Bathing Suit Season Is Here! Get Inspired This Summer Thanks to Lili Reinhart, Demi Lovato, Gabrielle Union & More

2019 Bathing Suits, Bikinis, Demi LovatoSummer is here y’all and we hope it never ends!
OK, technically today, Memorial Day, is the unofficial start of summer, but we will take it. For months we’ve been counting down…

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See Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s Expression When They Saw Their Daughter for the First Time

Gabrielle Union, Kaavia, DaughterNothing lasts quite like a first impression, and this was one Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are never going to forget.
Union and Wade welcomed their first child together, Kaavia James…

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Gabrielle Union Honors ‘Black Panther’ Costume Designer Ruth E. Carter

On Saturday night, the newly launched Black Design Collective (which aims to remove inequality in the fashion industry with resources such as mentorship and an e-commerce platform) officially set its plans in motion with a fete that presented its first scholarship and honored costume designer Ruth E. Carter for her work on “Black Panther.”
Among those who flocked to the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles to help founders Angela Dean, Kevan Hall and TJ Walker celebrate the Carter’s breadth of work (which includes more than 50 films in a 30-year timespan) were actresses Loretta Devine, Gabrielle Union, Malinda Williams, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, models Roshumba Williams and Beverly Johnson, celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart, as well as designer Tina Knowles-Lawson.
Taking the stage in a sparkling magenta suit by African-American designer Christopher John Rogers, Union, who worked with Carter on the TV series “Being Mary Jane,” noted, “Every fitting I’ve ever had with Ruth was in her home. She welcomes us in. She makes us feel protected. She literally gives us wings so we can all fly. Who really is doing that? She made Mary Jane a fashion icon. That wasn’t me, Mary Jane would have been in some basketball

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America’s Got Talent Shakeup! Gabrielle Union, Julianne Hough, Terry Crews Join Season 14

Gabrielle Union, Julianne HoughSome new blood will determine whether or not America’s Got Talent in season 14 when Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough join the judging panel.
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Gabrielle Union’s Holiday Gift Guide Will Make You Feel Like a Hollywood Insider

ESC: Gabrielle UnionGabrielle Union’s holiday gift guide will make you and your family feel like you’re in Hollywood.
With the arrival of her daughter Kaavia James Union Wade, the Being Mary Jane…

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30 Outfits That Prove Gabrielle Union Will Be a Super-Stylish Mom

ESC: Gabrielle UnionIt was an exciting week in the house of the Wade family, thanks to the arrival of Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s daughter.
Now that the actress, who triples as a fashion designer…

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SheKnows #BlogHer Summit Day One: Gabrielle Union, Amy Schumer and More

SheKnows Media hosted nearly 1,500 female content creators on Wednesday for the first of its two-day #BlogHer18 Summit.
Held at Pier 17 in the Seaport District, the 14th annual summit featured a lineup of Gabrielle Union, Amy Schumer, Tiffani Thiessen, Maria Menounos and Tamron Hall, as well as a panel, moderated by WWD digital director Sophia Chabbott, with Finery’s Brooklyn Decker and Whitney Casey.

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“In our world right now, it’s lovely to see this uplifting moment with females, supporting and empowering,” Thiessen said backstage. “Now that I have a daughter of my own, it means a lot more. I’m geeking out about some other people who are here.”

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“We launched [Finery] a year ago and we’ve had so many women help us on this journey from starting the company to hiring to fund-raising,” Decker said. “For us to be able to give back to a community of women who are navigating entrepreneurship or trying to figure out what to do with the next phase of their career, it feels

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Chanel Sponsors Restoration of Sixties Film Featuring Costumes by Gabrielle Chanel

COSTUME PARTY: Chanel has sponsored the restoration of Alain Resnais’ 1961 masterpiece, “Last Year at Marienbad,” starring Delphine Seyrig in a series of dresses designed by Coco Chanel.
Poignantly, Studio Canal’s newly restored digitized version of the film will premiere as part of the classic film section at the Venice Film Festival where the original film was awarded a Golden Lion close to 60 years ago.

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The process included cleaning up flaws and readjusting the color grading to highlight the photography and lighting developed by Sacha Vierny and Alain Resnais using a Dyaliscope lens. The soundtrack was also restored using the original 35-mm. mix.
Accessorized by pearls, the film’s costumes were based on “a wardrobe tethered to everyday life but that evoked the allure of 1920s cinema stars, as well as a modern and timeless elegance,” according to Chanel.

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Gabrielle Union Speaks Out After Being Caught in Tristan Thompson Drama

Gabrielle Union, Tristan ThompsonGabrielle Union would like to be excluded from this narrative.
Earlier this week, Tristan Thompson made front-page news after photos and video purportedly of the NBA player surfaced…

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“I think the floodgates have opened for white women,” the actress and rape survivor said of the #MeToo movement, which coincided with her new memoir.
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Gabrielle Union Sold Home in San Fernando Valley’s Woodland Hills

Gabrielle Union sold an unassuming home in the San Fernando Valley community of Woodland Hills before it could officially be listed on the open market for $ 675,000. Union, who came to fame in the early 2000s on the teen classics like “Bring It On,” Love and Basketball,” and “10 Things I Hate About You” but […]



SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris Repudiates Election Fraud Claim

With the SAG-AFTRA election coming to a close, SAG-AFTRA president Gabrielle Carteris has denied an assertion of election fraud by her opponents. The controversy has arisen in the wake of a recent campaign claim by Carteris and her allies that presidential candidate Esai Morales had been negligent in his role as first VP of the… Read more »



Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s Guide to Couple Dressing

ESC: Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade Look up #couplegoals in the dictionary and you’ll find a picture of these two.
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Gabrielle Union Launches Hair Care Line For Women With Textured Hair

Gabrielle Union-Wade is one of those people who has great hair, doesn’t appear to age and is just effortlessly beautiful.

That said, it only makes sense that the star is dipping her toes into the beauty ― specifically hair care ― market.

Union’s hair-care brand, Flawless, features ten products ― all in the affordable price range of $ 19 – $ 29 ― and is designed specifically for women with textured hair. It will include shampoos, conditioners, styling aids and treatments.

The line aims to “address issues women with textured hair face most often such as dryness, split ends, damage, brittleness and frizz,” according to a press release.

“I myself have suffered from one too many bad hair days and have never found one range of products that met all of my needs. I wanted to change that,” Union said in the release. “This line is all about healthy hair and versatility – so you can change up your styles without compromising the condition of your hair. I want women to be able to express themselves, flawlessly!”

Flawless will drop online on March 1, but you won’t be able to snag the products at Ulta stores until April.

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Easy Listener: Barbara Carroll, Jay Leonhart, Barb Jungr, John McDaniel, Gabrielle Stravelli, Michael Kanan, Cheyenne Jackson Make Great Music on New CDs

When it comes to gift giving, is there anything better than music? Not much. So for anyone looking around for music to delight potential giftees, here are four new CDs that would make any stocking proud:

Barbara Carroll Plays at Birdland – Barbara Carroll with Jay Leonhart (Birdland): At 93, the classiest femme musician in New York City has been playing local and other keyboards since 1947. If you can’t do the math, that’s coming up on 70 years. The incredible aspect of the astonishing fact is that she gets better and better. Hard to believe? Just listen to this new live recording with now longtime collaborator bassist Leonhart (no, not 70 years, too). Part of what makes Carroll so skilled at jazz is her early classical training. She swings but with that extra-special grounding. The popular composers she shows off here include Harold Arlen, Lionel Hampton, Duke Ellington (in a 10-minute-plus medley), Jerome Kern, Michel Legrand, George Gershwin and John Green (that’s Johnny Green to you, although the formal version indicates his “Body and Soul” authorship). (No lyricists mentioned here, because, though Carroll sings like a pert angel, she doesn’t go vocal anywhere on this outing.) If you want the measure of her supernal artistry, pay attention to how she explores the chromatics of Hampton’s “Midnight Sun.” She works the familiar descending sections of the melody for over nine minutes and, as she returns to them over and again, never plays the inspired chords the same way twice. Pure, unadulterated beauty.
Stairway to the Stars – Gabrielle Stravelli Michael Kanan (, Has Gabrielle Stravelli turned herself from audacious rock belter, which is how she started, into just about our finest jazz interpreter? Probably not, when the likes of Jane Monheit, Joyce Breach and Stacey Kent are around. But Stravelli is firmly ensconced in the echelon. Is Michael Kanan the suavest accompanist on hand today? Not really when ivory-ticklers like Bill Charlap, Tedd Firth, Billy Stritch and John McDaniel (see below) are working. But Kanan is right alongside them. All of which goes a way to explaining why the Stravelli-Kanen collaboration is absolutely impeccable. They do work a formula for most of the 10 Great American Songbook inclusions. She sings one time through with him supporting, he takes the musical break, and she returns for a full repeat or a bridge to finish repeat. Formulas can become tiresome, of course, but not when this duo sticks to theirs. And, oh brother, the surprising touches along the way. When, for example, Stravelli pays lovely attention to the Hoagy Carmichael-Ned Washington romantic prayer, “The Nearness of You,” her different versions of the repeated “oh, no” lyric are irresistible. The musicality she lends to the “Do Nothing ‘Til You Hear From Me” title phrase is ravishing. In a departure from their formula, Kanan begins the album’s title song with something that sounds like a classical prelude retooling. With tracks like that and every one of the others, any lucky auditor can only be grateful.
Renaissance – Cheyenne Jackson (PS Classics): The sometime Broadway leading man, who shows up in movies and on television and looks and sings like a contemporary version of John Raitt, demonstrates his recording prowess with a eclectic group of songs. Only one–the Anthony Newley-Leslie Bricusse “Feelin’ Good”–was first heard on the musical stage. The other 11 come from the pop arena over the last 70 years or so. “Besame Mucho” was hot in the ’40s, as was “Walkin’ My Baby Back Home.” The sultry Matt Dennis-Earl Brent “Angel Eyes” came to prominence in the ’50s, whereas Sam Cooke’s “A Change is Gonna Come” is strong ’60s stuff and the Elton John-Bernie Taupin “Your Song” and Leon Russell’s “A Song for You” are ’70s products. One of the choicest inclusions is “Red Wine is Good for My Heart, which Jackson wrote with Michael Feinstein. It makes a listener wonder what other dapper ditties the team may have up their sleeves. Jackson delivers Joni Mitchell’s “A Case of You” with such pained beauty (Tedd Firth is on piano, sparely) that it may demand repeated listens before moving on. A hallmark of the enterprise is the number of arrangers employed–Scott Whitfield, Sam Shoup, Jonathan Bartz, Fred Barton, Tim Beens, John Baxindine and Firth. The seven of them, their output conducted by Kevin Stites, account in great measure for Jackson’s unmitigated success here.
Come Together: Barb Jungr & John McDaniel Perform the Beatles – Barb Jungr John McDaniel (Kristalyn): Full disclosure–This reviewer wrote the liner notes for the release from the new and powerful Jungr-McDaniel team. Needless to say, that’s all the more reason for this scribe to encourage those not already in possession of the masterwork to repair the lapse. At the moment no one working the cabaret circuit and related venues is better at it than Jungr. She’s valuable because she makes a point of exploring works of songwriters she admires–Jacques Brel, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, among them–and finding meaning and depth the creators may have no idea is there. Partnering with musical director-arranger John McDaniel, who’s as nonpareil as they come, she now gives Beatles John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison the once-, twice- and thrice-over on 20 instantly recognized songs. For much of the time the pair renavigates the Beatles, they are brilliantly pensive, proving the one-time moptops weren’t merely a teen phenomenon. One piece of evidence is “Eleanor Rigby,” and another the heart-breaking “For No One.” Jungr and McDaniel begin with “Got to Get You Into My Life” and end with “In My Life.” Between, they get rowdy on “Back in the USSR” and “Come Together,” and Jungr seizes a few opportunities to wail on her harmonica. As McDaniel sings in “Mother Nature’s Son,” you should “listen to the sound of pretty music”–except this music isn’t merely pretty, it’s gorgeous.

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Gabrielle Union Celebrates a Year of Marriage With Never-Before-Seen Wedding Photos

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Gabrielle Union Reveals Engagement Details On ‘106 & Park’ (VIDEO)

Despite Dwyane Wade ringing in the New Year with the announcement of his newborn son, Xavier Zechariah, the Miami Heat superstar’s fianceé Gabrielle Union appears unfazed by the surprising news.

The 41-year-old “Being Mary Jane” actress appeared on BET’s “106 & Park” yesterday where she revealed details on how the NBA All-Star popped the question to her last month.

“It was a family moment. It was really about blending two families,” she admitted. “It was so special, because the boys and D planned the whole thing and then they surprised me. And I lost it. I fell in love with those boys and I fell in love with him. So it was just a beautiful moment.”

Check out more of Gabrielle Union’s “106 & Park” interview in the clip below.

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