The Kosovan-born British popstar has stolen her ‘wifey’ Cara Delevingne’s job as face of New York fashion label DKNY. Already the face of Madonna’s Material Girl clothing line, singer Rita Ora has added another feather to her cap, with a new impromptu photo campaign for DKNY shot in the Big Apple Tuesday. Raymond Hall/FilmMagic “Thank you bots for coming out!! Today was awesome you always crack me up!
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By Damaneke Santiago on August 1, 2013, 14:53pm celebrity makeover Fashion Men’s Fashion Style We all have our fashion faux pas, however, for many of us those fashion mishaps arent immortalized on camera and presented for the world to see forever. While we often hear about women who are in need of help from the fashion police we very rarely see the same attention payed to their male counterparts! These 12 men are talented in their own right and yet, are repeat fashion offenders. Take a look at the male celebs who we feel Accessories for Your Stiletto Heels could only benefit from the help of a fashion stylist: Photo: WENN.com Drake is number one on our list for obvious reasons. Between his wild prints, his penchant for gaudy gold chains and his overall ensemble choices we think Drake could seriously benefit from a stylist. 1
Photo credit: Photo by: Cornelius Vick, Courtesy LBP Magi has been featured in numerous magazine publications: Baltimore Sun, Vigore, Natural Hair Style, and was a Zen magazine cover model. Magi, who was born in ADWA, Ethiopia, graduated from Gondar University in Ethiopia with a degree in Pharmacy. Although modeling is her passion, she plans on pursing her dream of becoming a Doctor of Pharmacy. Stylist Lynette Pinkie Jackson of Prosperity Hair Salon in Laurel, Maryland, created Magis hairstyle and was also her makeup artist. Magi began her modeling career in Baltimore, where she currently resides. She graduated from John Casablanca Modeling School in Timonium, Maryland.
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