Fashion and music have never looked better - Christ Brown and Ciara


christ-brown-ciara-bet-beyonce-jay-z-hiphop-sexygirls.jpgNEW YORK: Last Tuesday fashion and music hooked up in NYC for its annual bang, RIP THE RUNWAY, and the chemistry was explosive! Hosted by R&B sensations Chris Brown and Ciara, today's hottest designers met up with hip hop and R&B's finest at the renowned Hammerstein Ballroom, bringing the celebrities out in numbers.

Fashion Lines by Mychael Knight, JORDAN BRAND, APPLE BOTTOM, AMAYA SWIMWEAR, THE STEVE HARVEY COLLECTION, MONIF C. and LRG, donned over 200 models on the high tech catwalk. Scoring this year's special-Rich Boy, Mims, Paul Wall, Musiq Soulchild, Lloyd and surprise guests Jermaine Dupri, Big Gip, Ali and the legendary Rakim all performed hits. Premiering on Wednesday, March 14th @ 10:00 p.m. ET/PT, tune into television's best dressed hour-only on BET.

Fresh off the heels of fashion week, RIP THE RUNWAY returns for its third year with enormous gust. Directed by legendary hip-hop and R&B video producer Chris Robinson, BET spared no creativity in giving viewers a dynamic new look at fashion. One of the most sought after music video directors in the industry, Robinson recently made his feature film directorial debut with the critically acclaimed motion picture, ATL. In addition to the look BET tapped celebrity stylist June Ambrose to deliver the style. Ambrose served as backstage fashion correspondent giving the latest tips of the season.

Celebrity designers Nelly (Apple Bottom), 50 Cent (G-Unit Clothing) and Steve Harvey (The Steve Harvey Collection) all made special appearances during their segments sending the audience into a frenzy. Adding to the hysteria, 106 & PARK's Rocsi and Terrence; THE BLACK CARPET's, Toccara; Flavor of Love's, Deelishis, Hogan Knows Best, Brooke Hogan; R&B Singer and actor, Tyrese; and hip-hop mogul, Russell Simmons led the list of celebrity models and appearances.