Michelle’s on the Radio! Listen to Her on The Styled Side Every Wednesday!
Fashion Trends Daily founder Michelle Dalton Tyree is now on NPR station KPCC! Listen to segments from her radio show, The Styled Side. Tyree bring her razor focus to the airwaves, covering everything from the latest trends in fashion and retail to events that celebrate Southern California’s singular style. From the hills of Hollywood to the hipsters of Silverlake and the blend of fashion and tech throughout the Golden State, Tyree lends her expertise to Southern California Public Radio.
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The new FX series “Feud” is about the famous tension between actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, but it’s also kicked some life into some old-school fashion. “The series is drawing glowing reviews as much for its lush, candy-colored costumes as its title characters played by Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon,” says Michelle Dalton Tyree of Fashion Trends Daily.
The live-action version of “Beauty and the Beast” debuts on March 17, and many of the merchandise tie-ins are made for adults, too. “We’re talking about fashion and beauty collaborations,” says Michelle Dalton Tyree of Fashion Trends Daily.
What’s in style right now isn’t culottes, JNCOs or sweatpants. It’s politics. “It’s Mr. Toad’s wild ride for retailers, right now, as they are going to be increasingly asked – or perhaps forced – to takes sides in this current political climate,” says Michelle Dalton Tyree of Fashion Trends Daily.
Jewelry, chocolates, a meal at a fancy restaurant. All hallmarks of Valentine’s Day. Now there’s another way to say I love you: a bouquet of marijuana. The cannabis arrangement is produced by Lowell Farms, based in California’s Central Valley. It’s believed this is the first-ever, commercially sold weed bouquet in the U.S.
Just because you have a medical condition doesn’t mean you can’t be fashionable. “I have a somewhat rare congenital condition called May-Thurner Syndrome,” says Michelle Dalton Tyree of Fashion Trends Daily. “It primarily affects young women who typically have already had a child, and most people don’t know they have it until they have had a massive blot clot.”