Jeannie Mai: It has nothing to do with race, everything to do with integrity
"Fashion has the power to fuel our souls and create a specific audience of energy in our lives. Welcome to my psychology of style, this is wearapy," once said Jeannie Mai.
The 32-year-old Asian American has made a name for herself as a 'Wearapist', weaving fashion as a form of therapy with the power to enhance moods and lift spirits.
Mai started her career as a MAC makeup artist before moving into fashion and eventually hosting 'How Do I Look?' on American channel Style Network.
Now, she's part of Hollywood's glam team on DIVA Universal's 'Fashion Star', working alongside the show's host Elle Macpherson and its panel of celebrities like designer John Varvatos, pop icon Jessica Simpson and boho fashionista Nicole Richie.
Mai is 'Fashion Star's' digital correspondent, giving fans real-time insights from behind the scenes plus fashion tips via social networks.
Fashion Star airs every Monday at 9:30pm only on DIVA Universal (Astro Channel 702)
We spoke to Jeannie Mai about her fashion icons, guilty pleasures and being an Asian American stylist in Hollywood; read on to get inspired with her style philosophy and tips, including a very interesting take on what to wear to channel the right energy!