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1 comments | Wednesday, February 17, 2010










The internet buzz is growing for new reality show "Boss Ladies"and rightly so. Atlanta based Red Label Media Group is tapping into unchartered territory and serving and underrepresented community by creating a series centered around three beautiful transgender females.


In the show, the "boss ladies" must navigate the personal and professional obstacles of the fashion and entertainment industries as they strive for success under the guidance of fashion designers and former reality TV stars. Viewers will follow the women on their dynamic entrepreneurial journey from conception to completion -- from brainstorming for their line in Atlanta, moving to Los Angeles, and finally the much-anticipated opening of a clothing boutique on Rodeo Drive. Along the way, the ladies will face trials, tribulations and drama, in a reality TV adventure that is an exciting hybrid of "The Real Housewives" and "Project Runway."


"One boss lady in particular is not new to the media spotlight, Nadia(pictured-bottom) a makeup artist and fashion designer, is often on the L.A. and ATL scenes and grabbed headlines several months ago when word broke alleging she was rapper Bow Wow’s “special friend", according to Black Gay Gossip.


Londyon (pictured-middle) is sure to be one standout cast member. A former Morehouse College student and creative director of Shoecrush.com she is legendary in Atlanta and in many fashion circles.


Watch a quick intro of the ladies in the clips below. As soon as the name of the network where Boss Ladies will be airing is released I'll let you know. It's about time our trans sistas got some shine.











h/t Black Gay Gossip

1 Comments:

<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

I've been really excited for this for a while. Well, and scared. Trans representation and visibility is oft ignored topic and sort of tricky to engage in.

There's been some really bad stuff re: trans in Michigan recently, so hopefully this show goes in a different direction.

Good stuff; thanks for the video.

-Steve

February 17, 2010 11:34 AM

 

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