Where to begin with Jessica Alba? Perhaps we start with me at 19 years old. (We’re going way back, friends.) I’m sitting in my dorm room, watching some new show called “Dark Angel,” and I see a girl who looks like me.
Sometimes you see someone from afar and you feel intimated. They are too pretty, too polished, too cool…and it unnerves you. At least it does to me, because I still feel like a little freckled face child most of the time who happens to play dress up for a living.
Everything about stylist-extrodinaire Elizabeth Saltzman is quintessentially New York— from her her boho-meets-Jackie-O style to her decades-long career atop the masthead of the industry’s most lauded magazines (here’s looking at you, Vogue and Vanity Fair).
When I walked into Grand Central Station to meet Lauren Bush Lauren, I spotted her FEED bag before I spotted her. It’s from the same collection of sack bags and purses that I’ve carried to set every day for four seasons of filming Suits, toting my script and laptop, knowing that a child is fed for one year because that bag was purchased.
We’ve been talking a lot about fearlessness on The TIG of late – of being brave, of keeping it real. So when my friend, Benita, said I had to meet her friend, J, I found it was serendipitous that she was talking about Jason Collins.
When I launched this site several months ago, the TIG Talk feature was devised as a way to introduce you to people that you either know (think Heidi Klum) or that you definitely need to know.
I can’t begin to tell you about my girl crush on Elizabeth Hurley. Well…yes, I can, and I really really want to. So indulge me for a moment.
After working in the fashion editorial department at InStyle, Tig Style Editor Judy Meepos knows a thing or two about the powers that be at the loved and lauded book.
You have to meet her. You guys will love each other. You really have to. This was my dear friend, Celine talking to me about why I needed to meet Ms. Gabrielle Union. As with most things (all things) Celine was right.