Fashion Icon Beverly Johnson Says Bill Cosby Drugged Her - Abc News

December 13, 2014

Something I had never, ever taken before, and I mean, I was woozy, my speech was slurred, my and I kept getting, it kept getting stronger as time went on. It was I knew that I was in danger, I knew that this was not a recreational drug of any kind, it was I was really afraid, I was afraid for my life. Cosby placed his hands on Johnsons waist, she said. At that point, she says she went into survival mode, peppering Cosby with questions and calling him names. He was getting angry, he was pissed, and he, you know, grabbed me by my arm. And he was just dragging me down the brownstone stairs, and a taxi stopped, and he threw me in the taxi, Johnson said. Johnson said she doesnt believe she was raped, and that she doesnt remember arriving home.

Fashion Blogger Rumi Neely Launches Her Own Clothing Line - Yahoo News

"The things I look out for when looking at clothes are so crazily specific now that it really was a very natural thing to start conceptualizing my own line." Neelys influences for the line run the gamut, from Japanese fashion magazines to "scruffy French actresses," she says, as well as her own native Southern California. "L.A. gets such a bad rap for basically not even caring about fashion but that's completely not my perspective. I love the laid back feeling, the emphasis on dressing down just makes it moreimportant to really have that perfect t-shirt or pajama-ish short.I've lived in a fewdifferent parts of California and they've really all had a part in influencing my normal." Personal favorites from the line include the Kaede shorts ($280), the Zillah slipdress ($300) just cause it's hot, and the Ceven tank ("It's the easiest thing to just throw on and I love the low-cut sides," the blogger notes of the $90 piece). Prior to launching Are You Am I, Neely has already cut her fashion teeth in collaborations with lines including The Reformation and Dannijo, and in modeling campaigns for Free People, RVCA and Forever 21.

Fashion Toast's Rumi Neely Debuts Her Own Line - Shopping News - StyleBistro

. . (Source: Are You Am I Kaede Silk Camisole, $280; Kaede Silk Shorts, $280)When you're a blogger as big and badass as Fashion Toast 's Rumi Neely , it's only a matter of time before you debut your very own label. And today, after a slew of brand collaborations (see: Dannijo, Sunday Somewhere , et al), Neely launches Are You Am I , her first solo design effort. (Source: Are You Am I Ceven Deep Armhole Tank, $90; Jonquil Tie Blouse, $260; Kaede Silk Shorts, $280)The range of luxe basics($90$380)no surprise herepractically sizzles with Neely's trademark Cali-cool aesthetic. Among the seasonless, black-and-white collection, you'll find drapey tees ($110) and tanks ($90) with perfect boyfriend-y cuts; silky, lingerie-inspired pieces such as this covered-button (and bombshell-worthy) camisole ($280); and one killer lambskin mini ($380) that's destined for wardrobe VIP status.

Fashion Island menorah lighting is Tuesday - Daily Pilot

So this idea brought me back visit here to Alabama and to my community, where I came to find skilled seamstresses. It wasnt my intention to start a business at that moment, but circumstances seemed to be pointing my pathway. Im still here. TakePart: What excites or inspires you? What do you care about? Chanin: My family, the Alabama Chanin artisans, and community inspire me to create beautiful and sustainable goods. I care very deeply about advancing what I call the living artsthose skills once necessary to sustain life and advance culture.

Forget ‘Fast Fashion’: This Designer Has Style That’s Made to Last - Yahoo News

The celebration will begin at 6 p.m. with a holiday musical performance by a group of children from the Friendship Circle. There will be Hanukkah crafts, face painting, balloon animals and treats for guests. Jason Lezak, an eight-time Olympic medal-winning swimmer, will light the Friendship Menorah. Hanukkah begins Wednesday. "It is a holiday that enriches our lives and strengthens our tradition," said Rabbi Reuven Mintz.

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