TV personality Shaun Robinson from Access Hollywood wore Black Halo’s Picasso Mini to the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards Music Preservation Project “Word Revolution” at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
At the GRAMMY Awards Music Preservation Project she wore an incredible Picasso Mini Black Halo skirt. The Picasso Skirt is one of the hottest selling skirts at BlackHalo.com and its current sightings on stars like Julie Bowen and Shaun Robinson you can be sure to see even more of them. The skirt is a stretch gabardine mini dress with contrasting center front and back bodice, along with an asymmetrical waist detail with flange insert and padded shoulder yokes. Designed by Laurel Bermen, the entire line of Black Halos designs have been seen popping up all over Hollywood this year.
Based in Los Angeles, Laurels unassuming allure and relaxed confidence translate into each of her designs with an effortlessly sexy spirit that she has always been known for. Studying at the San Francisco Academy of Fashion and working in many different areas of the industry provided her the perspective and foundation needed to create and fulfill her vision. But the real direction and inspiration of her line is derived from the natural instincts and intangibles of her creative mind.
The beautiful Robinson is co-anchor and correspondent for the show Access Hollywood, the daily entertainment newsmagazine show. She was also the host of TV One Access, a show on the TV One network produced by Access that brings viewers behind the velvet rope for an inside look at who’s who in “Black Hollywood”. Robinson is also a journalist, producer, and author of “Exactly As I Am: Celebrated Women Share Candid Advice With Today’s Girls on What it Takes to Believe in Yourself”
In October of 2010, Robinson was a guest star on a celebrity edition episode of the game show Don’t Forget The Lyrics. She played and won 10,000 dollars for her selected charity, Girls Inc. Shaun also co-hosted the NBC coverage of The Tournament of Roses Parade with Al Roker for NBC on January 1, 2011.