Sanaa Lathan lauched her charity foundation, Sanaa Lathan Foundation, at Beso Restaurant in Hollywood this week. The The Perfect Guy star was gorgeous in a long black dress, as she was accompanied by family and celeb friends like Boris Kodjoe, Russell Simmons, Michael Ealy, Kim Porter, Quincy Brown, Garcelle Beauvais and more.
The Sanaa Lathan Foundation’s mission is “to help young girls aging out of the foster care system make successful transition into adulthood; thereby avoiding high rates of incarceration, unemployment, sexual exploitation and homelessness.”
Russell Wilson launched his new clothing line, Good Man Brand, at Nordstrom’s downtown Seattle flagship store yesterday.
“We’re going to change a culture through fashion,” the Seattle Seahawks quarterback explained while talking the line. “It’s for the guy who is a 27-year-old like myself who is dating somebody way out of his league and needs to go out on a date,” he joked, in reference to his relationship with singer, Ciara.
Wednesday night, Jhené Aiko launched her Neff Headwear x PacSun Soul of Summer Collection at Skyspace Los Angeles in Downtown LA.
Lance Gross, Christina Milian, Laura Govan, Matt Barnes, and more stepped out to the event, which included Hennessy V.S cocktails for guests to sip on, and a special performance from the woman of the hour.
Steve Harvey, has launched a new dating website called Delightful.com – a joint venture with IAC, the company that owns sites like Match.com, OkCupid, and Tinder.
According to Forbes:
Delightful grew out of a preexisting relationship Harvey had with IAC, as a spokesman for its site BlackPeopleMeet. Looking to negotiate a new personal service agreement with the company, he met with Match CEO Sam Yagan. “As I heard him talk about relationships, he had a real passion around love and how to develop love after the first date,” Yagan recalls.
Nicki Minaj attended an event in L.A. on Tuesday, for the official launch of her Kmart collection. After arriving in her pink Lamborghini Aventador, she hit the pink where she posed with a couple of mannequins laced in threads from her new collection.
Yandy Smith brings some sunshine to DELUX magazine. The Love & Hip Hop New York star beams in yellow posing as cover girl for the mag’s August/September 2013 issue.
Inside the issue, she dishes on Love & Hip Hop and her brand; noting that she’s well aware of how her actions will affect the empire she’s building. Catch highlights from her feature inside.
Solange Knowles flaunts her killer legs for Complex magazine. She dropped her latest EP, True, last year – and recently delivered a video for her single “Locked in Closets,” and also a remix to “Looks Good With Trouble,” featuring Kendrick Lamar.
Solo has been mapping out the plans for her “Lovers in the Parking Lot” video, which she says she’s determined to shoot in the actual parking lot of her childhood hangout, King’s Flea Market in Houston – although others are trying to convince her to shoot it on a set in L.A.
Jay-Z is adding to his empire. On Tuesday he was announced the launch of Roc Nation Sports – a sports management company.
According to New York Times, the newest arm of Jay’s full-service entertainment company has teamed up with Creative Artists Agency – a leading Hollywood agency that provides formidable negotiating authority – and has already signed Yankees star Robinson Cano.