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14 Feb 2013

SWV made their comeback at the Grammys in gowns created by Ty’ron Perrin of the Marquette Collection

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February 14, 2013 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

By Florence Anthony

After winning her seventh Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video for “We Found Love” on February 10, Rihanna changed into her fourth
outfit of the evening, a white long dress and beige cashmere coat with a fox collar, and, headed to the Island Def Jam 2013 Grammy After Party held at
Osteria Mozz restaurant in L.A. Rihanna left that shindig to meet up with Chris Brown at the Supper Club. Changing from his white tuxedo
into a black suit with gold studs on the sleeves, Chris, and Rihanna exited the second location in his orange Lamborghini.


Sisters with Voices, better known as SWV, made a fierce and bold comeback in Marquette Collection by Ty’ron Perrin at the Grammys. The
Grammy nominated trio, comprised of singers, Tamara Johnson-George, Cheryl ‘Coko’ Clemons and Leanna ‘Lelee’ Lyons, made
their daring re-emergence back into the limelight in lustrous custom gowns created by Philadelphia bred fashion designer, Ty’ron Perrin of the Marquette
Collection. Known for offering whimsical, quality high fashion for the masses with a touch of sass, couture and inhibited chic, Marquette Collection
continues to evolve as an emerging fashion house. “It was an immense privilege to dress the legendary SWV in Marquette Collection for the Grammys,” said
designer Ty’ron Perrin. “They are beautiful, intelligent, fun. They’re iconic, and each dress is a representation of their unique individual styles.”

Although Lil’ Wayne tweeted that he was kicked out of the Miami Heat-Los Angeles Lakers game on February 10 in Miami for “rooting for the
Lakers,” another source says Lil’ Wayne was kicked out for making a gun gesture at a fan. A Heat spokesman says the rapper was not ejected from the game,
but instead chose to leave.

Sources say Cedric the Entertainer has closed a three-year deal to replace Meredith Viera as host of the syndicated
version of “Who Wants to Be A Millionaire.” Cedric will take over in September. The “Millionaire” gig won’t interfere with the actor-comedian’s TV Land
comedy series “Soul Man,” which is slated to begin filming its second season in March.

Superstar Janet Jackson hit the stage at the AmFar New York Gala on February 6 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City where she was
honored to kick off Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week. After hosting last year’s gala in Cannes, France and putting out a World AIDS Day Public Service
Announcement, Janet was honored for the work that she has done in contributing to the fight against AIDS., being presented with an award by AIDS activist Marla Davis. Cee Lo Green performed.

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