Itâ€™s been somewhat of a rocky road for Amber Rose since splitting with her boyfriend of 2 years Kanye West, but she is still pushing and determined to win. She has just announced that her new VH1 reality show will be titled â€œBehind Her Shadesâ€ and will be centered around the opening of a Vintage Shades shop in Vegas.
In other news, the NY Post has reported that Ford Models confirmed that they no longer represent Amber Rose. Not that she needs them or Kanye. Sheâ€™s been courted by the likes of Amare Stoudemire, appeared on TV with Russell Simmons and is â€œkillinâ€™ emâ€ in videos with Fab.
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We all have seen it, and some (including myself) are even guilty of it; but why is this such a heinous fashion crime to wear sunglasses at night? In a time where dogs have become accessories, and the hipster look has become the cookie cutter image for mainstream America, how can wearing sunglasses at night be so faux pas?
From aviators to Ray-Banâ€™s famous RB2140â€²s sunglasses are as common as cell phones, and are as relative to style as Vogue magazine is to fashion. Many don them to create an air of mystique about themselves, while others add them to enhance an already trendy outfit. Few wear them to actually keep the sun out of their eyes. It is the latter that causes concern when they are worn out of context. Why are sunglasses worn at night when there is obviously no sun? Doesnâ€™t this defeat the purpose of wearing sunglasses in the first place?
As things gain popularity they have a tendency to separate from their intended use as sunglasses have. Fashion has once again superseded practicality, and is demanding that we follow suit. Yes they are great for keeping the sun out, but they have also gained notoriety for their other unintended uses as well. Do I wear my sunglasses at night? Hell yes I do. What other accessory can alter not only ones outfit, but their overall demeanor?
Sunglasses have that power. It is almost as if once you put them on you become invisible to the world, yet fashionable to those that care. So wear your sunglasses at night, and do so with the confidence that you are both invisible and relevant.
- John Thompson
Be there with Alist as we report from the upcoming Michael Jackson VIP album release party in New York City! Epic Records is celebrating the release of the album “Michael” with a star-studded event at The Roseland Ballroom!
WHEN? TONIGHT December 13th, 2010