La La Anthony Covers JUICY Magazine’s Style Issue And Tamar Talks About Keeping Hubby Vince Healthy “I’ll Smack Stuff Out Of His Hand That He’s Trying To Eat”

- By Bossip Staff

Check out La La working the cover of Juicy magazine’s style issue!

La La Anthony covers Juicy’s first annual Style Issue with exclusive photos of her Hollywood home and closet. The former MTV VJ and stylista chats about her style transformation, sneakers vs. heels and her fave jewelry designer. La’s style architect, Jason Bolden, chimes in on mixing high and low brands and a few of his client’s most memorable outfits.

Plus, Tika Sumpter and Omari Hardwick discuss their upcoming film, Sparkle. And a crew of young, sessi and single ladies—Adrienne Bailon, Julissa Bermudez, K. Michelle, Dawn Richard and Denyce Lawton—discuss the best/worst part of living the solo life.

Aw those poor poor single ladies.

And here are a few snippets from the issue:

La La Anthony on what makes her feel “hot:

“I love a pair of thigh-high boots! I think they make everyone feel and look hot. I love that and I’m willing to do that with a great dress or even shorts. It will give you a super edgy feel.”

Tamar Braxton on being a wife:

“[Tamar the wife] is very compassionate. Vince will get upset with me because I’ll smack stuff out of his hand that he’s trying [to eat]. I want him to be healthy…”

K. Michelle on the worst part of being single:

“The downside is you can’t just give your hot pocket away to everybody. You’re human and you have needs and you want to be with someone who loves you…”

Not naming names but somebody sounds real needy.

The Juicy style issue also celebrates the 20th anniversary of Andre Harrell’s famous phrase, ghetto fabulous; Cassie, Ciara and Solange rock fall’s hottest trends—leather, winter white and velvet and Angela Simmons shares her effortlessly cool style with a graphic T-shirt and snakeskin heels.

The issue hits stands August 14th!

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