BET Debuted First-Ever Post Awards Fashion Recap Led By Eva Marcille, Karrueche Tran

BET Awards Fashion Recap | Beautiful Textures

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BET just debuted its fashion first-ever recap tonight which highlighted the best, worst and pause-worthy moments from its four-day LA takeover for the BET Experience and 2015 Awards. Model Eva Marcille led the “Who Wore What” panel and was joined by designer Karrueche Tran, blogger Demetria Lucas D’Oyley and international stylist Law Roach to dish on signature looks and locks.

The half-hour program was presented by Beautiful Textures™, premium-quality, affordable hair care product line for women with natural and textured hair.

“Beautiful Textures is pleased to return to the BET this year to present this special program that began as the first-ever online fashion recap of the BET Awards,” said Charlene Dance, global marketing director for Strength of Nature, makers of Beautiful Textures.

The first part of the show featured a breakdown of the red carpet looks, followed by an analysis of co-hosts actors Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross. The panel also gave insights to the BET Experience performance venue featuring live performances by Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar, Janelle Monae, Ne-Yo and Kevin Hart, among others.

The show concluded with the panel naming the worst and best dressed. Winners included Janet Jackson for her ‘Janet-ness’ and Kelly Rowland’s feathered attire. Pause-worthy offenders included Bobby V’s too tight ‘fit and Rae Sremmurd’s hotel robe attire.

When Marcille asked the panel to sum up the theme for the awards fashions, Roach said “diversity”.

Lucas-D’Oyley added: “breadth of Black excellence”, saying the stars went from ‘I can give you street’ to ‘I can give you red carpet chic’ to old Hollywood fabulousness. “Gag on that.”

In case you missed it, catch a re-airing Sunday, July 5 at Midnight. It will also be featured online beginning Monday, July 6.

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