fashion police… host?


So, I’m just gonna put it out there- do you like Kathy Griffin as Fashion Police’s new Queen?

Kathy knows nothing about being fashionable. But whereas Joan Rivers liked fashion, and knew about it. KG isn’t and only cares about fashion when ensembles are outlandish.

I believe KG, was finding her place in the first episode, not trying to hard. By the second episode her hair was cut in a shoulder length killer wavy bob. By the 4th show her dress, hair (fish tail city) and make up were on point and chatty KG planted her feet on solid ground. Kelly Osbourne even commented on KG’s look.👏👏👏

George Kotsiopolous has been unforgivably ejected from the show (he’s also working on a clothing line) and replaced by Brad Goreski, a Hollywood stylist (Rachel Zoe’s back stabbing employee) turned reality star. If I sound bitter, I am..
Only my ladies Giuliana Rancic and Kelly Osbourne remained from the original lineup.

I will continue to stay tuned to the show in hopes KG will reign supreme on her new throne. I do believe Miss Joan Rivers would be proud of Melissa’s decision to cast KG.

Saying yes to Kathy… Fashion Police airs on Mondays


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Craze Chameleon Studio established in 1999 by founder Aisha Keys, a native Washingtonian, is one of the must vintage clothing collections in D.C. At the age of 23, her distinct fashion style turned the heads of many people on the streets of D.C., thus propelling her into a career as a personal shopper and fashion stylist to aspiring models, vocalists, musicians, and local fashionistas. Because of her ability to change her look from day to day, she was nicknamed the Chameleon; thus creating Craze Chameleon Studio. A studio of vintage clothes from the 20’s – 60’s. At the Studio, Aisha creates masterpieces utilizing her creative eye and vintage pieces. “…through my original style and vintage apparel, I show people how to put it all together and create their own unique fashion statement.” Aisha Keys. Craze Chameleon Studio has carved out its own niche among vintage retailers by providing up to the minute fashion that looks as if it is off the runway today, but is an original garment from fashion past. Since opening in 1999, CCS has been one of D.C.’s vintage clothing resource and one of the most celebrated vintage destinations in the D.C. area; supplying clothes to many retailers in the metropolitan area like Kaur, Nana, Meeps, Crossroads, Buffalo Exchange, Reddz Trading and Mustard Seed. CCS has an incredible array of vintage clothing from cocktail dresses, furs, suits, designer garments, accessories for men and women, and household collectibles and furnishings. There is an exclusive collection of used and dead stock items at the studio. To make an appointment call 2022008892 or email

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