May 26, 2009

SHE by SheRee (real Housewives of Atlanta)

I've never seen this show but apparently everybody else watches, so here goes:

'SHE by SheRee' from Housewives of Atlanta

Sheree Whitfield's company She by Sheree is making news with their new launch as seen here.

Sheree Whitfield is the former wife of NFL player Bob Whitfield, and currently one of the stars of the Bravo reality series The Real Housewives of Atlanta. A resident of the city’s affluent Sandy Springs district, she is known as a socialite and fashion designer.

She used to run Bella Azul, a posh clothing boutique in Atlanta, which carried several designer lines. The venture was a success, and she catered to a large celebrity and affluent customer base with custom-tailored outfits and styling. She closed shop in 2006 and decided to focus instead on establishing her own clothing line, She by Sheree.

As I sat in the office doing some work, an e-mail popped on my screen: “SheRee Whitfield, Fashion Designer and Reality TV Star is casting for models, all shapes and sizes are needed. SHE by SheRee is looking for 25 models; 10 males and 15 females to participate in her upcoming fashion line launch. Are you SHE?” I found myself dumbfound for a moment, as I thought back to the episode when Project Runway Contestant, Mychael Knyght, reviewed her line and basically told her that she was not prepared. Oh and let’s not forget Mychael’s subtle heckle at his displeasure with NFL wives trying to be designers. After regaining my composure, I searched to see the date of the premiere, as I seemingly missed my invitation. I knew that I had to make sure that I reviewed the reworked line.

After minutes of googling, emailing and placing some phone calls, I finally secured more information on the second debut of SHE by SheRee. But as I talked to a colleague of mine, I again was dismayed to discover that her co-star, Lisa Wu Hartwell, too, had launched a new line titled Closet Freak.

'SHE by SheRee' from Housewives of Atlanta

Posted at May 26, 2009 9:13 PM

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