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At the end of the 1st part of OWN’s original drama, “Greenleaf,” the world of the Greenleaf’s had fallen apart. This prestine African American church family was becoming more and more transparent both literally and figuratively as the lead characters see each other clearly. At the helm of the costumes for Greenleaf is Johnnetta Boone who credits a by chance interaction in her hometown of DC, as the spark that flames for her love of fashion. “I have a very strong belief in God and Jesus,” says Jonhnetta,” I’d spent enough time in a church and resources in my mind...

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Issa is a newly single lady in a pair of stacked Gucci espadrilles, Molly is still killing the flawless full weave bobs and Kelli has lost a gang of weight in the new trailer for Season 2 of HBO’s hit Insecure. We can’t wait to see what these lovable and relatable characters bring to the table on the July 23rd’ premiere, but mostly we just want to see what they’re going to wear.   http://www.essence.com/fashion/insecure-costume-designer-ayanna-james-dishes-what-takes-season-2-next-level?iid=sr-link2

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  Sekinah Brown sat down with the stylist suite to discuss her work on Season 4 of BET's popular drama "Being Mary Jane" starring Gabrielle Union.   Question: How many characters in total did you have to dress including principle cast and extras?   Sekinah: Too many to count. Just to give you an idea, we had over 110 costume changes in the 1st episode alone. We did 10 episodes for season 4B.    Question: How long was the shooting schedule and where was Season #4 shot? Sekinah: This was actually season 4. It was broken up into 4A (shot...

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This year’s BET Awards was made much more glamorous with the creative vision of celebrity stylist EJ King. King is best known as a larger-than-life personality on the reality TV show “All About the Business,” and as Chris Brown’s stylist. King also styled the vivacious Tamar Braxton who had the audience on its feet during her lively performance. But it’s what’s next for King that makes him such a rising star. What are you doing this year for the BET Awards?I’m styling Chris Brown and his dancers for his fabulous performance. I’m also styling Tamar Braxton and I’m also walking...

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