Stylist to the stars becomes fashion writer
on Monday,August 30,2010 21:08
The fashion and music industries often collide in creative projects. For example, HipHopEnquirer.com (HHE) is an online magazine that features music, fashion, entertainment, news and celebrity interviews.
The publication recently announced the addition of a new fashion contributor, high-profile stylist and fashion guru Robert Flood. His position entails discussing trends with celebrities, boutiques and designers.
Flood, who is known as the "Sensei of Fashion," currently works as the founder and fashion director of the Style Session Firm, a consulting agency in Atlanta. After launching the firm two years ago, Flood has had the opportunity to style some of the biggest names in entertainment such as Akon, John Legend, Devyne Stephens, Bobby Valentino and Dallas Austin.
"I am so excited to be a part of the HHE team," said Flood. "I represent the fashion and hip hop community, and I will continuously give the readers something to look forward to."
Flood has already begun contributing daily blog posts for the online magazine.
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