The incredibly curvy chic, known as Kanye West’s ex girlfriend was caught walking the streets as she headed over to the Hot 97 Morning show as she got photographed by paparazzi in the West Village/Meet Packing district of New York on September 27th 2011, looking as striking as usual with her low cut blond hair and extremely eye catching glasses.
The statuesque model, Amber Rose wore a tight pair of blue skinny jeans with suede knee high beige boots with a gold metal toe and heel and a warm matching jacket which she quickly removed to reveal a simple black tank top accessorising with a rope gold chain. Even though self proclaimed shy and “introvert” the model waved, smiled and made time to turn around for pictures capturing herself in all the right angles.
The main showstopper in her outfit- other than her sharp curves are her futuristic and eccentric glasses.
The glasses are by Linda Farrow and are part of a ecceletic collaboration with Kokon To Zai (KTZ)- They are available from the KTZ for £210.00 or $280.00 and come in three ultra metallic colours of gold, silver and black.
On a side note, if you have not seen some of the “interesting” pieces at KTZ make sure you take the opportunity they have some cool pieces over on their site- not for the faint hearted, thats for sure!
The glasses are from the Spring/Summer collection 2010 and have been a favorite for the rather eccentric Lady Gaga.
Amber Rose has been in recent news for all of the wrong reasons after her trip to Ghana resulted in an uproar on Twitter as fans and other opinionated Ghana fans insulted her for posting pictures of the utmost poorest conditions in the suberbs rather than showcasing the affluent side of Ghana. She was In Ghana presenting the annual Vodaphone 020 live concert and now returns releasing a huge rant about the misunderstanding.
“I saw that a lot of people on twitter said ‘don’t just show the poverty, show the rich people.’ But for me, the rich people aren’t doing anything for the little kids and the people that are living in poverty so I don’t want to hang out with the rich people,” she tweeted. “I wanted to see the kids in poverty. I grew up very poor. So I wanted to go see them, help them, talk to them and inspire them to let them know they could possibly be somebody great.”