I think being fashion forward is stepping out of your comfort zone with just even a single piece - an accessory, footwear, a dress - something that shows your style but is just a bit outside of your comfort zone.
When somebody says something stupid to me, I usually alleviate it with laughter and humour. I make light of it to educate people on why it's inappropriate.
I owned a few ladies' apparel brands, and one of my business partners is a very popular blogger in the U.S.
Sexuality can be difficult to articulate, and we have to be patient and compassionate.
I believe that our show is hopefully a beacon of hope for certain people who think that they have been forgotten, that they don't have the support or representation. We're there for them and also to remind people that even though we are so divided, just a very open conversation can bridge that divide.
Every man's closet should be dark pair of blue jeans, a black jean, and a mid wash jean.
I love a boot. It's an easy transition for all surroundings - not too casual, not too formal. You look like you're off to your engagement photos, even if you're going down to a pub with your friends afterward.
A boot cut does not look great on most people.
I've experienced racism and homophobia my whole life, so I've trained myself to just deal with it calmly, to not cause a scene, and to find a way to calm the situation down.
When I speak, I don't speak for myself; I don't have the luxury of a Caucasian to be able to speak for myself. I speak for a whole community, and I represent so many different communities that that felt like a lot of pressure.
The main must-have is a capsule wardrobe. I think it's really important that everybody, men and women, have a few items in their closets that are their go-tos. No matter what the occasion, they have something in their closets that they can go to.
I've never dreamt of being on TV; I had never tried to be in the entertainment business at all.
My boyfriend dumped me because I let myself go. And not just with my clothing, in every facet of life.
I lived a very, very Middle Eastern life until I was in my early 20s. It was very sheltered.
I would have to say Kelly Clarkson's 'Because of You' would be the song I would associate with coming out. It's really emotive, and personally, it reminds me of my father.
I worked as a receptionist in England for a couple of years whilst I was building up my business. I decided to take a massive pay cut from my full-time job and work as a receptionist so I could make my own business work.
We have the luxury in the West of being able to say, 'Yeah, absolutely, we're progressive, we've moved forward with the gay community.' We haven't in a lot of other countries. My people from Pakistan - I know we haven't moved forward.
I start with my shoes - I usually pack two pairs if I'm going away for four or five days, and I'll wear another one.
I went to college for fashion and, after graduating, got a job in Operations at Zara, learning the ins and outs so I could one day start my own clothing brand.
It doesn't matter if the item isn't your favorite thing as long it fits well.