Saturday, April 16, 2016
The Emma Summerton photo shoot, which took place at Los Angeles’ Sepulveda Dam, features Willow sporting various looks. In one flick, she rocks a Martine Rose jacket and a Nina Ricci top and skirt combo, along with ASOS earrings and a Zana Bayne choker.
She dons other fashionable pieces, from Gucci and Ashley Williams shoes to Jeremy Scott boots. She also goes from a Kye faux fur top to a Coach sweater and also sports an Off White shirt.
In the eye-opening interview, the 15-year-old dishes on life after “Whip My Hair,” self-discovery, and becoming fashion’s newest muse.
Pick up Teen Vogue for the full issue.
Posted by House Of Glitz at 4/16/2016
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Have you guys noticed the latest hair trend? Everyone is on the Bantu Knots craze. Its small, coiled buns secured against the side of the head. Its sectioned off, parted and just winded into small buns. You can make big ones or small ones depending on the size of your head and length of hair.
Hair in these knots has been around the African American culture for years and now it’s becoming very popular again. Check out a few celebs rocking this latest hair trend inside.
Jada Pinkett Smith in an action movie years ago.
Posted by House Of Glitz at 4/13/2016
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Labels: ATLANTA HOUSEWIVES NE NE LEAKES, lip Battle, NeNe Leakes & Todd Chrisley To Appear on ‘Lip Sync Battle
The Atlanta Housewife paid homage to the performer and his iconic 1992 track “Supermodel (You Better Work). I can not wait to see her and she is going up against another reality star Todd Chrisley(Chrisley Knows Best), I love him!
I can not wait to see them battle it out but from watching the clip below it looks like NeNe slays her performance! What will Todd do hmm? The NeNe v. Todd episode of Lip Sync Battle airs Thursday, April 14th at 10/9c. I don’t want to miss this! Check out the clip inside…
Posted by House Of Glitz at 4/12/2016
Monday, April 11, 2016
All living members of the group, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, DJ Yella, and MC Ren, as well as Eazy-E’s mother, were on hand for the induction ceremony at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, which was filled with compelling moments, including a poignant speech from Ice Cube about why the “World’s Most Dangerous Group” belongs in the Rock Hall despite what naysayers like Gene Simmons say.
“Are we rock and roll?” Cube asked. “I say, you goddamn right we rock and roll. Rock and roll is not an instrument. Rock and roll is not even a style of music. Rock and roll is a spirit. It’s a spirit that’s been going since the blues, jazz, bebop, soul, R&B, rock and roll, heavy metal, punk rock, and yes, hip-hop. What connects us all is that spirit. Rock and roll is not conforming to the people who came before you, but creating your own path in music and in life. That is rock and roll and that is us.”As promised, Kendrick Lamar was also on hand to welcome the group to the legendary Hall. The Compton MC, who’s worked closely with Dr. Dre throughout his career, explained how N.W.A redefined the term “gangster.”
The 31st Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, which also includes Cheap Trick, Deep Purple, Chicago, Steve Miller, and Bert Berns, will air April 30 on HBO.
Watch Kendrick’s introduction and see more highlights from N.W.A’s speeches below.
“Being gangster symbolizes a hustle that you can change your reality,” explained K-Dot. “The true meaning of gangster, being able to show what it takes to be the world’s biggest music group. Being gangster is forming iconic labels: Ruthless Records, Death Row, Aftermath Records. Being gangster is breaking out to become a movie star, a movie producer, and having your own son play you as a retrospect to your career, Straight Outta Compton.
DR. DRE ON N.W.A’S IMPACT: “This is proof to all the kids out there, growing up in places similar to Compton, that anything is possible…This is a great honor. I really appreciate it. I’ve always dreamed about this. Thank you so much.”
ICE CUBE ON EAZY-E: “We love Eazy. We miss him. I think about him all the time because he was such a smart businessman and he knew the pulse of the people. We gon’ miss Eazy-E…I hope we all remember him forever.”
Posted by House Of Glitz at 4/11/2016