Jody Watley- Flashback Classic Image of The Day


Photography: Victoria Pearson

Makeup: Paul Starr

Hair: James Gibson

Suit: Jody Watley

Styling: Jody Watley

Vintage 1989 – Timeless. Influential.



Jody Watley Classic Thursday Images of The Day.

Jody Watley 1987 for American VOGUE Photography by Lara Rossignol.

Jody Watley. 1998 featured in cover of Blues and Soul Magazine, UK. Photography by Andrew MacPherson.

Jody Watley. Fashion ReWind. VOGUE Italia.

Jody Watley. The Historic Black Issue, VOGUE Italia July, 2008

Jody Watley. The Historic Black Issue, VOGUE Italia July, 2008

Jody Watley. On The Red Carpet. Loving The Silent Tears.




Striking a pose on the “Loving The Silent Tears” international red carpet at The Shrine Auditorium, Oct. 27, 2012. I believe it was 90 degrees!


Bottom Photo: Getty Images.

Jody Watley. Classic Photo of The Day. VOGUE Italia.


Jody Watley from the historic VOGUE Italia “The Black Issue” from 2008. This issue quickly sold out and is a true collectible. The original print of this photo appeared in L’Uomo VOGUE.

Stylefile. Naomi Campbell.

Naomi Campbell with Jody Watley, 2007.

Growing up VOGUE and Harper’s Bazaar were always in our home thanks to my Mom. I’d cut out and  tape photo’s to my wall of my favorite clothes and models I looked up to, right along with the music artists I loved in various collages. All of them provided inspiration for me; fueling my own dreams to reach for and achieve.

As I got older my love for style, fashion and great models didn’t wane. I appreciate what they do and learned to work my angles through the lens of models like Naomi Campbell captured by renowned photographers..not to mention appreciating the poetry of ‘the walk’ on the runway. Like dancing,  an individual touch is required to be memorable and Naomi took it to another level from other runway icons.

I’ve been fortunate to meet several of my favorite legendary icons and inspirations including Pat Cleveland, Beverly Johnson and Naomi Campbell – all were incredibly nice and gracious I’m happy to say. This photo of Naomi Campbell and I was taken at a charity event in New York in 2007; I was one of the performers and she was one of the hosts. We were equally enthusiastic to see each other after so many years.

She and I had met over a decade before at a party for Herb Ritts I was attending with my former make-up artist Paul Starr. Naomi was one of Paul’s many famous clients. He’d often tell me anecdotes when he used a new lip color or product on me saying “Ms. Naomi loves this..” – that meant he knew I would too. The night of the Herb Ritts party she took my hand with Paul and introduced me to her friends and other models in attendance proclaiming “This is Jody Watley, my big sister and she makes the best music!” That she was a huge fan of my style and music was of course appreciated and yes – I thought it to be very cool. Even when you’re a famous person – you can still be a fan and have mutual respect..and gush a little.

Naomi recently celebrated her 42 birthday – and of course is still every bit of fierce. Happy Birthday Ms. Naomi!

Check out the photo gallery via British VOGUE:—naomi-campbell/gallery#

Adele. VOGUE

American VOGUE ‘s March cover girl and music superstar Adele gets the glam makeover. WerQ!


Photo: (via) American VOGUE. View article here

Photography: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Classic Style. Happy Birthday Kate Moss