Hey Guys!

Today I wanted to profile a new Fashion Bomb worthy stylista on the scene, Shala Monroque:

Shala Monroque Fashion style

The young editor-at-large of Pop Magazine (and girlfriend to famously wealthy art mogul Larry Gagosian) has been busy on the party circuit, meriting a place as one Style.com’s Top Party People of 2009 and Who What Wear’s Girl of the Month, thanks to her fearless style, sick shoe collection, and indisputable beauty. We thought it was high time to see what all the buzz was about, and we weren’t disappointed!

Shala Monroque Fashion style

For international fashion weeks, Shala brings out the boldness in vibrant colored skirts and simple shirts, punched up with tribal heels and chic statement necklaces.

Shala Monroque Party

Shala Monroque Fashion style

At fashionable fetes she keeps the flavor going in fun mini dresses set off by cute feather adorned stiletto sandals or slim cut airy separates with interesting details.

Shala Monroque Fashion style

For more casual engagements, she skews towards simple in solid colored blazers worn over conservative shifts.

Shala Monroque the Fashion Bomb

But whatever she wears, it’s clear: homegirl is fierce!

If you want to channel a bit of her essence, do so with these fun picks:

She might give Genevieve Jones a run for her money on the socialite scene!

What do you think of this new Fashion Bomb addition?

If you need more Shala, check out her blog, Shala the Pop, here.

Photo Credits: Jak & Jil & Getty.

16 thoughts on “You Should Know : Shala Monroque”

  1. She is indeed fierce! I am loving her style and her shoe collection is absolutely amazing!

  2. This post alone, has shown me that i need to step my shoe, and overall fashion game up. It has also given me someone to loosely base my style off of. Rihanna just ain’t cuttin it for me anymore with a woman like THIS running around. She looks stylist free too! LOL

  3. Wow! I’ve never heard of this woman but she is BRINGING it! Where did she come from? Gorgeous!

  4. I LOVE her, been watching her for a while because her style choices are similar to mine in some cases (I have a little more urban flair other times). She is indeed (in my Wendy William’s voice) Doing It!!!!

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