Our new Fall 2017 Issue is here and we feature talent from your old favorite TV shows and well as new shows. Our cover girl is Dawn-Lyen Gardner from the critically acclaimed series, Queen Sugar, on the OWN Network. On
The Red Carpet for the Golden Globes 2017 didn't disappoint. 'Style' is definitely in Style and Hollywood showed how effortless they can do dressing up. Lots of silhouettes were represented and the see-through body con looks of the past are
Are you a Power fan? If not you are missing out on a the sizzling hot show from Starz! Now, in it’s second season, you've probably heard that 50 Cent is an executive producer. But did you know that it
Hey Regard Magazine fans, Win a Photoshoot! Take a look at this fun project that we are involved with, One & Done! About One and Done: ONE & DONE is a warm-hearted comedy about the misadventures of four men on the precipice of
Music artist, singer and songwriter are just a few things that describe Caroline Vreeland. She has a voice that is creating waves in the music world and a haunting beauty that is creating similar turbulence in the fashion world. This
It's our favorite time of the year, that's right, Fall TV! Television has never been so good and this season should not disappoint. There's a variety of shows to fit all your TV needs & wants. Wondering what to watch?
In October 2013, we had the chance to do a fabulous editorial spread with the talented KeKe Palmer. Known as a child actress for roles in movies like Madea's Family Reunion, Akleelah and the Bee and her own show, True
We've all be waiting for the biopic movie of the superstar group from the 1990's, TLC! Well, it's finally here and we had the chance to do a gorgeous editorial feature with one of the stars, Keke Palmer. Keke, who
We love ABC's Revenge and were so excited to do a stylish editorial with Barry Sloane who plays the dashing Aiden Mathis. Barry was stylish in clothes by Moods of Norway as he posed in some cool downtown locations, including
RM: You're originally from a small town in Texas. What made you decide to get into the business of acting and how did you get your start? DB: Growing up, I never had any aspirations to be in the entertainment business.