Today's Morning Glory is entrepreneur Tai Eisley who founded Maison by Tai because she's a homebody who has a passion for fashion and home decor.

"We happily clothe our bodies in luxury, why not our home indulgences," she writes on her website.

"I'm responsible for setting the vibe in my house as many of you are well aware because I've invited you in for years sharing my recipes, floral experiences, cocktail concoctions as well as playlists.

"No I'm not a formally trained chef, florist, bartender or DJ, though I get requests like I am LOL. I just simply enjoy turning my passions into memorable experiences for everyone around me, including all of you."

What do you think of Tai's personal style?
 

Michelle Obama's longtime stylist Meredith Koop has collaborated on a collection of vote-themed clothing and merchandise by Black-owned brands in partnership with the former First Lady's non-profit organization When We All Vote.

In a new post on her Instagram page, Mrs. Obama dons a white T-shirt with the words: "Reimagine our future when we all vote."

She captioned the image: "There are so many ways for us to express ourselves and our views––and voting is one of our most powerful tools for doing just that. Excited for @WhenWeAllVote's launch of #Vote4everMerch, a collection of fun apparel and accessories to get us all geared up to vote this fall: vote4evermerch.com."

The T-shirt and other clothing imprinted with the phrase are on sale on Vote4EverMerch.com.

The Vote 4Ever collection features apparel and accessories such as face masks, makeup, candles, coffee mugs and home decor.

Each item is imprinted with the words "vote" to encourage young people to show up at the polls or vote by mail.

"The vision for this collection was to create unique covetable pieces in collaboration with talented creatives and business owners around the country," said Koop in a statement. "With so many 'vote' products on the market, we put a lot of energy and soul into curating high-quality products that are thoughtfully designed."

Koop has been dressing Michelle for 10 years.

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Celebrity stylist Law Roach says the looting of luxury stores such as Gucci and Chanel was a "f*ck you to a hierarchy, to the people that made me feel like, 'You don't belong here.'"

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Roach, who styles celebrities such as Ciara Wilson (pictured left), Tiffany Haddish and Zendaya, says looters aren't motivated to rob luxury stores to keep the merchandise.

Roach told Page Six: "I don't think that any of those kids there, or any person that was black, went into the stores with that motivation of just having it just to have it," he said.

He suggested that the looters intend to pawn or sell the items to feed their families.

"I don't think people are going to go to Rolex to keep a Rolex. I think they're going to Rolex to steal a Rolex so they can feed their f–king family."

Rihanna career is over

There was a time when the mere mention of singer Rihanna's name caused a designer's temperature to rise. But those days are long gone, as Rihanna hasn't a hit song in years. According to the Bajan singer's stylist, Mel Ottenberg, it's becoming more difficult to dress the singer because fashion designers have simply stopped shipping their collections for her to sample.

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Oh, you thought studio singer Beyonce purchased her own designer shoes? Well you thought wrong. Beyonce can't be bothered doing such mundane things such as trying on shoes and waiting in line to purchase anything other than Viagra (for her husband).

Ty Hunter, the man responsible for buying Beyonce's shoes, sat down for a brief interview with Elle magazine recently.

Ty dished on the brands Beyonce prefers ("Versace, Stuart Weitzman, Giuseppe Zanotti, and Tom Ford"); her maximum heel height ("Nothing over 3 1/2 inches"); and the one thing her fans would be surprised to know about Beyonce.

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