Brand New episode of Tell Me Something Good co-hosted by actress Atlee Feingold and featuring an interview with Urban Medicine Woman, Shaelynn Parker.
Obsessed with the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer? I sure am! I think he was framed but Nancy Grace is certain of his guilt. Watch what happens when Nancy Grace and Christiane Amanpour interview Steven Avery and his attorney in this hilarious comedy spoof.
Listen to the first episode of TMSG in 2016 with travel enthusiast Justin Walter as co-host and featuring an interview with fitness guru Alex Ingram.
Amy stepped it up when she stepped out on the pink carpet for the VH1 Big in 2015 Awards in Hollywood. As the host of Dating Naked, Amy represented the network well. She opted for a skin tight blue and read leather dress by Alexander McQueen and matching clutch. Nude Carmen Steffens heels kept all eyes on her daring dress topped off with a custom body chain and rings from London Manori and ear cuff by Meme London. Her peacock Gwen Stefani inspired ‘do was artfully styled by Aubrey Loots and Maria (at Sephora) painted her face with a flawless finish and bright lips lips fit for a rockstar. EW and VH1 loved the looks so much, they put her on their best dressed list. Way to make a statement Amy!
Amy was featured on Buzzfeed in a recurring column Tell Us About Yourself(ie) Check it out!
Amy chatted with Mara from The Daily Share. WAtch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8v_NJaKRE8
Amy also chatted with Hydrogen Magazine http://hydrogen-mag.com/archives/29504
Amy has a quickie with Day 2 Life is Beautiful headliners Imagine Dragons in their home town of Las Vegas.
Labor day has come and gone and as we say goodbye to summer, I’m looking back on my favorite swimwear trends of 2015.
This was definitely the year of maximum coverage. Girls everywhere were wearing more fabric than ever! Celebs embraced the less (skin) is more fad as well. I hope these looks will stick around.
Here’s the top 3 trends I loved this summer!
Stars like Rihanna, Demi Lovato and Beyonce loved rockin’ printed one pieces this year. My girl Soyela and I hit the beach for SUP Yoga (read more about this on A to B Style) in our Lychee versions. They are super sexy but offered just the right amount of coverage for our active day.
The retro look is Taylor Swifts signature style, but I also spotted Gigi Hadid and Katy Perry rocking this belly friendly trend. I gave it spin in this crisp white Nookie Beach bikini. Sheer panels and a halter neck add interesting details to this classic silhouette. I added a wrap from Swim by Chuck Handy and pink Woody’s Barcelona shades for a pop of color.
Leave it to JLo to embrace this daring trend. Cutouts were all the rage with stars like Nina Dobrev and Kourtney Kardashian. This daring style gives the world a sneak peek at the goods so be ready for all eyes to be on you! I felt the love when I stopped by Alessandra Ambrosio’s labor day pool party. I stepped out in this Mia Macrelle plunging one piece which also has a pretty floral/geometric print. It’s slashed all the way up the sides. Think of it as built in gills, mermaid!
This suit is sneaky since the material is thick, it can be worn as a sexy body suit when paired with an asymmetrical maxi skirt like this one from Free People. Peach Steve Madden wedges keep it bright and cheery. Just the spirit for a daytime party in the sun! My gorgeous friend Kara Lusardi, who designed the banging dress she’s wearing, is the perfect arm candy. We always have a blast!
As children across America head back to school, we think about what we can do to arm children with the tools to succeed. It’s hard to believe that 1 in 5 kids in America go to school without a very basic tool, breakfast, every day. Not eating breakfast increases trips to the school nurse and decreases focus. Kids fall behind and struggle in school. That’s why I am happy to support the No Kid Hungry campaign. We want to help Tyson, Citibank and Kellogg’s get breakfast in schools where children need it.
Dawn McCoy from the Beauty Frosting, brought a lovely group of ladies together at The District in Los Angeles including actresses Lacey Chabert and Angel Parker, and fellow bloggers Lynn Chen of The Actor’s Diet and Megan Kimble author of Unprocessed.
We played with our food and made necklaces with beads and fruit loops, then used sidewalk chalk to share our favorite meals as kids.
One way we can all get involved is to support their Dine-Out Program, where restaurants like The Counter, IHOP, Denny’s, and Hugo’s will donate a portion of their proceeds for the month of September. Eating out and giving back? Sounds good to me!