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Cynthia Bailey Gives an Exciting Update on Her Current Living Situation
The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum opened up about her home life and working with RHOBH’s Sutton Stracke.
On The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 15 Episode 13, which aired on August 6, Cynthia Bailey made her triumphant return to RHOA, showing up in head-turning style while explaining the current details of her life.
She added in a confessional: “So here I am, starting all over again. I am very disappointed that my marriage did not work out. God is moving my steps… even if it’s away from my last marriage.”
More recently, we caught up with Cynthia during New York Fashion Week as she shared new details about her living situation.
Cynthia Bailey’s Living Situation Update
On September 8, Cynthia attended Jovani’s first-ever NYFW show, along with other Bravolebs such as her pals Sutton Stracke and Luann de Lesseps as well as The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Rachel Fuda.
During the fashionable occasion, Cynthia rocked a stunning long-sleeved light blue dress with a dark blue floral pattern. She slicked her hair back into a sleek bun and paired the style with large silver hoop earrings.
Cynthia exclusively shared with BravoTV.com an update on where she’s living these days. “I’m splitting time between L.A. and Lake Bailey,” she revealed.
Cynthia also teased more details about her current business venture with Sutton. “I’m super, super excited… It’s like we’re friends and we’re doing business together.”
Cynthia Bailey’s Business Venture with Sutton Stracke
Earlier in August, Sutton took to Instagram to reveal that Cynthia was the “first [sustainable fashion curator]” with her company Sutton Brands: “We welcome Cynthia with open arms and couldn’t wish for a better designer to join our team of [circular fashion] and [sustainable] warriors to help change our earth,” Sutton shared in the caption.
On September 8, Sutton spoke exclusively with BravoTV.com about the details of the project, explaining the concept of sustainability.
“A lot of people don’t know that 70% of what is returned online goes into landfills,” Sutton explained. “In order to be truly sustainable, it has to be recycled back into fashion — so that’s what we’re doing.”
“She started with home goods, so she’s doing bedding [and] sheets [and] a duvet and comforter […] She’s gonna add more and more,” Sutton shared. “We want to be sustainable, we want to be good for the earth. We want to spread this message out […] to get fashion back in check, because we’re trying to be part of the solution, not part of the problem.”
Sutton added: “It’s not a collaboration, because Cynthia’s in charge of her line. It’s all hers. She gets to choose what she wants to put her label on. It’s really being mindful with what she wants to do with her label, and circulating it back into the fashion world.”