By Mariela Rosario | 01/25/2010 - 15:45
News broke over the weekend that Latina's August cover girl, Daisy Fuentes, was splitting up with her longtime boyfriend, singer Matt Goss, amidst reports that she has been cheating with her old lover Luis Miguel. Her reps haven't commented on the reports, but poor Matt is pretty much admitting he's been had.
By Christine Estevez | 08/04/2009 - 17:00
Latina's August issue, cover girl Daisy Fuentes spelled out her secrets of success and one of them was to give 110 percent. Well, Jersey’s favorite cubana is definitely taking her own advice. Now a full fledged business mogul with her own line of clothes, fragrances and hair products, Miss Daisy is returning to her television roots with a new project as host and co–executive producer of American Latino TV this coming fall.
By Miranda Noland | 07/21/2009 - 18:00
Denim trends are wide open this year; so don't feel pressured into any one style. Stick to whatever makes you feel the most comfortable, whether it's skinny jeans, baggy boyfriend jeans, boot-cut, tie-dye, destroyed—you name it. If you're not sure how to rock your favorite denim, celebrities (and their stylists) are great for giving us ideas on how to make certain trends work. Nobody does the boyfriend jean look better than Jessica Alba, and why not take cues from Nicole Richie when it comes to being hippie chic?
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 07/14/2009 - 14:20
In the August issue of Latina, covergirl Daisy Fuentes—the 42-year-old former MTV VJ and current founder of a multimillion-dollar fashion and beauty empire—dishes about how she got started in retail, her take on motherhood and her perky boobs, of course. Read on for some of Fuentes's choice quotes.
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 03/17/2009 - 16:23
WWD reports that Daisy Fuentes is adding to her Dianoche scent franchise with a new jasmine-scented fragrance called Dianoche Love, due to be released in April. Fuentes tells the magazine, “We wanted to express the different stages of love with this scent. Flirty, intense, passionate—it made a lot of sense with the day-and-night concept we have with Dianoche.”