Solange Knowles made an appearance at the RLife live launch event that took place at the Renaissance New York Times Square on October 28th. She wore a leopard print sweater-jacket along with sexy black boots.
Yaya DaCosta is enjoying her hot career streak with her latest move being the face of the Gap Want ad campaign for Winter/Holiday 2010. This campaign also supports Women for Women International, a charity for women who have been victims of wars and who are looking to develop their lives towards a more positive direction. Yaya discusses her passion for this organization along with her love of giving. This full ad campaign can be viewed under NETERAL TV.
Serenity comes to mind when viewing this photo.
The set Yaya is wearing can be found below. To view the rest of the Holiday 2010 collection, visit gap.com
Melodie Monrose & Anais Mali, both who were past NETERAL Models of the Week, give a stunning editorial in the December 2010 issue of Interview Magazine. Photographed by the Solve Sundsbo, “Double Vision” tells a provocative story through bold & powerful expressions flowing effortlessly from Melodie & Anais and elegant pieces from Prada, Versace, & Dolce & Gabbana.
Designer Sean Combs has recently inked an exclusive deal with Macy’s Department stores to carry his Sean John men’s line starting this October. Macy’s will also establish Sean John shops in its flagship stores in New York City, Miami, Chicago, and California as part of the deal. The deal was announced in NYC at The Standard Hotel by designer Sean Combs, Macy’s chairman and CEO Terry Lundgren, and Macy’s chief merchant Jeff Gennette. Sean John is currently in 400 Macy’s outlets and through this deal the line could possibly go to all of the stores in the chain. If so Sean John will join the ranks of other exclusive brands carried by Macy’s such as Tommy Hilfiger, Diesel, and Ellen Tracy just to name a few. Combs is quoted as saying that his Sean John line has made a billion dollars with Macy’s and he wants to make billions more. He also went on to say that he got his start at Macy’s selling shirts and ties at 16 in the New Rochelle, NY store and that to come full circle like this is a dream come true. His Sean John Fifth Avenue flagship store will of course continue to carry his men’s line as well.
In 2004 America’s Next Top Model introduced us to a stand out, jaw dropping beauty with a name that was as unusual as her soft subtle features. I am of course speaking about Yaya DaCosta who in spite of coming in second place in the (ANTM) competition left a far greater impression than the victor. Fast forward to 2010 where Ms. DaCosta is now practically a household name or at least a familiar face who has repped popular products such as Garnier Fructis, Dr. Scholl’s, and Olay, and Izaac Mizrahi. She has also graced the pages of such publications as Elle Girl, Jewel, and Essence magazines. She has also shared screen time with Antonio Banderas in Take the Lead and currently with Mark Ruffalo in the 2010 film The Kids Are Alright. She just recently joined the cast of the popular daytime television soap All My Children. W Magazine just paid homage to her as one of 2010’s fastest and talented rising stars on the move. We found the piece to be especially appealing as Yaya chose to be her all natural self, hair and all. We at NETERAL thought that she outshined the pages of W with such beauty and grace that we had to also pay homage to this sister on the rise. Our message to Yaya “no sky, no limit”.