Cardi B Releases Latest Reebok Collection, “Let Me Be…Enchanted”

Cardi B is ready to enchant

The 29-year-old Dominican American rapper and songwriter has released her spellbinding new Reebok collaboration.

Titled “Let Me Be…Enchanted,” Cardi B’s fourth collaboration with the shoe and apparel brand debuted over the weekend, with all new kicks and limited-edition apparel in adults, kids and toddler sizes.

The newest Reebok x Cardi collection is available in select stores and online at Reebok and Footlocker. A second installment of the collection will drop sometime this summer, Women’s Wear Daily reports.

Reebok x Cardi B CollectionCardi B’s newest collab “makes a statement” with a “range of bold colors and an attitude to match,” according to Reebok. The collection is available in adult sizes ranging from 2XS to 2XL and priced between $75-$300 for adult sizes and $75-$50 for kids and toddlers.

Reebok x Cardi B CollectionThe shoe designs include three iterations of Cardi B’s Freestyle Hi shoes ($90) which come in women’s sizes 5-12, as well as kid’s sizes ($75) and toddler sizes ($50). Available in glass blueboulder grey and quartz glow, the stylish high-top sneakers feature “transparent straps, nodding to the transparent way Cardi B lives her life, and Cardi’s signature tongue graphic on the tongue of the silhouette,” Reebok said per WWD.

Reebok x Cardi B CollectionOn the apparel side, one of the bolder pieces in Cardi’s new collection is the pink, faux fur ombre jacket ($300) available in sizes ranging from 2XS-2XL. Another head-turning piece that’s already flying off shelves is the compression-style, figure-hugging leotard ($75). The leotard has a versatile, two-in-one design that allows users to wear it with or without the included bralette, while mesh details add texture and create a layered look.

Reebok x Cardi B Collection

The leotard is available in plus sizes, but sold out in smaller sizes. Cardi’s latest collection also features berry-colored Classic Leather V2 Women’s Shoes ($110) available only for Reebok members.

Miguel Signs with IMG Models

Miguel is ready for his close-up…

The 30-year-old half-Mexican American R&B singer-songwriter has landed a major modeling contract.


WWD reports that the Grammy-winning singer has signed with IMG Models, joining the company’s roster of A-listers that includes runway superstars Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls and Gisele Bundchen, as well as celebs Gal Gadot, Liv Tyler, Milla Jovovich and Wiz Khalifa.

The always well-dressed performer is no stranger to the fashion world; he’s managed to score front row seats at Fashion Week shows and been featured in Vogue, Elle and Billboard‘s Men of Style feature.

Longoria Launching Her Own Clothing Line in Fall 2016

Eva Longoria is expanding her empire…

The 40-year-old Mexican American actress, producer, director, activist and businesswoman is set to launch a new line of clothing in the fall of 2016.

Eva Longoria

Longoria, best known for playing the loud-mouthed and flashy Gaby Solis on Desperate Housewivessays she prefers styles that are “classic and comfortable” rather than too trendy. And it’s this effortless chic look that she plans to bring to life with her new collection.

The actress, who has dabbled in fragrances and bedding before, is finally embracing her love of fashion after years of sewing dresses and costumes for herself and friends.

“Now it’s time to move into apparel,” Longoria told WWD“Before, I was just too busy.”  

The yet-to-be-named line is licensed under Sunrise Brands, which is also working on Melissa McCarthy‘s Seven7 collection, due out this fall.

Longoria hopes to eventually expand into handbags, accessories and shoes, however her first collection will consist of “dresses, career apparel and casual sportswear.”

Distribution and price points are also undisclosed at this time.

The ultimate goal, she says, is to “offer women versatility while evoking confidence, comfort and a sense of glamour.”

Hometown Héroe: Weslaco’s Wardrobe Warrior Myleen Trevino

It’s not really common to grow up and live your childhood dream. After all, most little ones say they want to be professional athletes, performers or even astronauts.

But Myleen Trevino is one of those rare exceptions… And this Jill of all trades is shooting for the stars in her quest to be fashion’s next big thing.

Myleen Trevino

“I see myself living in California… in La La Land and seeing my work on the big screen,” declares the 29-year-old Mexican American fashionista, a native of Weslaco, Texas. “I pray that I’m continuing my work as a stylist and working on major film and television projects, as well as working with A-list celebrities.”

From the moment she could dress herself Trevino says she was her own stylist. And her parents’ experiences as models would further ignite her passion for fashion.

“I started enjoying fashion at the age of 6,” recalls Trevino, who currently resides in Dallas, where she works as a stylist to stars big and small. “My parents modeled for Barbizon Modeling & Talent Agency, and I would watch home videos of them walking the runway. Watching them all Barbie- and Ken-like in their extravagant-looking clothing was so inspiring to me. I just knew I’d be involved in the fashion industry, in one way or another.”

Three years later, Trevino was learning how to sew from her grandmother, who enjoying creating garments and making quilts for her grandchildren.

Myleen Trevino's Styling Work

“My grandmother taught me how to use the sewing machine,” says Trevino, who would research the creations of designers and fashion houses like Alexander McQueen, Chanel and Max Azria. “So I started playing with fabric and making my own clothes.”

By the time Trevino reached high school, the style-savvy savant was the go-to girl for everything fashion.

“I’d give makeovers and let girls borrow my clothes, and I didn’t even care if I got my clothes back,” remembers Trevino, who appreciated the opportunity to hone her hair, makeup and dressing skills. “I really just wanted to see my style on someone else, and I was proud when they felt confident and happy with their look.”

Trevino, knowing her life’s mission, attended the Art Institute of Houston and the Art Institute of Dallas, where she studied fashion retail management and fashion design.

Myleen Trevino's Styling Work

“Fashion school helped me tremendously and really prepared me for the industry,” acknowledges Trevino. “I learned about fabrics, textures, fit and trends. Fashion is always changing and you have to keep up! You think you know everything because you dress well, but you sit in a classroom and quickly discover there’s so much more to learn.”

But Trevino didn’t just study fashion; she lived and breathed it. Throughout her high school and college years, she worked at several retail stores like Guess, Ralph Lauren, BCBG and Nordstrom.

“Retail helped put things into perspective when it came to the fashion industry,” says Trevino. “It helped me expand my knowledge base, including learning about retail concepts, styling clients and customer service.”

Myleen Trevino's Styling Work

But it would be Trevino’s fateful meeting with her school’s career placement officer that would lead her onto her current path as a stylist.

“She recommended I look into being a dresser for runway fashion shows,” says Trevino. “I ended up doing my first styling job at Houston Fashion Week, where I helped dress the runway models for Fendi.”

In no time, Trevino has managed to make a name for herself in the Lone Star State. She’s worked with La Mode Magazine, Austin Fashion Week and several brands/designers like Sharrari Swimwear and Abi Ferrin. In addition, the fashionista has had the opportunity to style celebrities like Dallas Cowboys ‪tight end Jason Witten, America’s Next Top Model contestant Hannah Jones and Survivor: Guatemala winner Danni Boatwright and singer Solange Knowles, Beyonce’s sister.

“Solange came into BCBG to shop and I had the pleasure of helping her choose outfits and accessories for some upcoming trips and events,” says Trevino. “She had a great sense of style, a sweet personality and was confident in my choices.”

Myleen Trevino's Styling Work

So what does it take to become a master wardrobe stylist? It’s all about the research, according to Trevino.

“You have to really study a person and get a sense of who they are, so that you find the right outfits for them,” says Trevino, who keeps up-to-date on the latest fashion trends by reading magazines like Vogue, Marie Claire and WWD. “I want my clients to feel comfortable, stylish, confident and happy with their look.”

And it appears that Trevino could be increasing her client list in the near future. She recently signed with On Set Management, an agency that will be helping her secure more high-profile projects like her most recent project, wardrobe styling on a catalog and website photo shoot for JCPenney corporate.

“My agent says there’s more work to come,” announces Trevino, who says growing up in a small town made her want to stand out instead of fit in. “Once I get more big name projects on my resume, I definitely will be more confident to take my skills to Los Angeles!”

Myleen Trevino's Styling Work

With her strong work ethic, determination to succeed and style savoir-fair, there’s no doubt Trevino will be moving to La La Land in the near future. And, she’ll only need a one-way ticket to get her there.

For more on this rising star, make sure to visit her website,

Click here if you’d like to nominate a Hometown Héroe to be featured on