Actress/Comedian Cocoa Brown Puts Fashion To Figure

Actress Cocoa Brown is switching it up for the world and we’ve got the first look at her hot new figure and the scope on all things fashion for Cocoa Brown . We recently had the pleasure of doing a beautiful fashion shoot with Cocoa and interview regarding her intro into the world of fashion. Check it out below.

Cocoa Brown For Kontrol Magazine
Cocoa Brown For Kontrol Magazine In Fashion to Figure & Ashley Stewart

 

It seems that for all of her accomplishments, a fashion line would be the icing on the cake. Inspired by the plus-size women on the go, Cocoa is currently in the works of developing her own stylish brand of clothing that celebrates the beauty and sex appeal in a woman’s curves.

“Its really for the confident and curvy sister. I’m not skinny by any means (laughs). When I lost the weight, I found it hard to find clothing that wasn’t trying to hide my curves. If you go to some of the stores for bigger girls, it’s all about hiding.

I love my breast, I love my butt and I love my legs. I don’t need a tunic that looks like I’m 7 months pregnant. It’s all about finding in-between clothes that acknowledge my shape.

Right now I’m focusing on just clothing, but I hope to venture out into jewelry as well.”

Cocoa Brown For Kontrol Magazine In Fashion to Figure
Cocoa Brown For Kontrol Magazine In Fashion to Figure

Not only focusing on Fashion , Cocoa is also working on developing a line of chic goodies named after her son (Phoenix), and also has a line of jewelry (Mom Kandy) geared toward the fashion forward mom.

For Cocoa, a part of the journey is maintaining and being aware of yourself and loving who you are. Her style advice goes beyond simply telling someone what to wear, it also tells you how to carry yourself–with a little attitude.

“They tried to kill Ayesha Curry for telling people to dress modestly. My thing is dress for who you are.

Be who you are. I think the biggest issue is that everyone is a carbon copy of everyone else.

Where is your style? Where is your individuality? I would tell anyone to embrace your individuality and don’t apologize for it.

Written By Akeem Jones (Fashion/Beauty Editior)

Shot by Nathan Pearcy, Styled by Julian Lark, Hair by Jacque Monae Makeup by Brittnee