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There is reasoning behind every fashion choice on morning TV. Women are the most important consumers there are, and the last thing they need is to feel hyper competitive with someone they view as a friend.” Megan Tevrizian, NBC 7 “News Today” anchor, San Diego “The biggest thing is to dress appropriately for your story, and in the studio we cover hard news as well as lighter segments. is a fairly conservative town fashion-wise, and probably the only city where people may even assume your political stance based on what you wear, so I make sure I wear red and blue at least once every week,” says Chenevey, who anchors five hours daily.
Audrey Mansfield, visual stylist appearance coach for NBC-owned stations, makes sure the look is consistent from coast to coast. “It used to be that you could get a custom suit and it would last you 10 years. One time I wore lip gloss, and my boss said, ‘You can’t have that much lip gloss for a domestic-abuse story,’” Tevrizian says. “As it gets past 9 o’clock, the show becomes a little more entertainment-driven. style.” Stephanie Simmons, CBS 2 morning traffic reporter, Los Angeles “I work on the green screen, so I can’t wear anything green, and some blues also key out. In fact, last time I was there I brought the jacket [in the picture], and they didn’t like it.
Previously, I was with ABC in Washington for 2 years after spending 9 years at FOX covering stories from Miami to Seattle.
Named 'Best Anchor' in DC, MD & VA the last 2 years by the 'Emmy' folks but not in it for the awards.
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Washington Redskins Pierre Garçon, Kai Forbath, Chris Baker and Andre Roberts, Ravens CJ Mosley and Chykie Brown and DC United stars Bill Hamid and Chris Pontius donned the newest looks from luxury clothing brand GANT, the event’s official menswear fashion partner.