Get an exclusive first look at the show-stopping fashion from the upcoming Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 13 After Show.
Just when you thought the Atlanta Housewives couldn’t bring you any more fabulous looks, they delivered a slew of fresh style for the upcoming The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 13 After Show. The ladies of Atlanta gathered ‘round (virtually, of course) to dish the dirt on the explosive Season 13 filled with wig shade, nipple slips, and lots and lots of designer duds.
Each Georgia peach brought her own unique spin on gossipy glam, ranging from “a little shine” courtesy of Cynthia Bailey, to LaToya Ali’s devilish ensemble in a hot red hue. There was a little something for everyone, with jaw-dropping hair looks (we can never get enough of Porsha Williams’ pixie cut) including elaborate ponytails and dazzling braids.
Ahead, Bravo Insider has your exclusive first look at all the smoldering RHOA After Show styles from Cynthia Bailey, Drew Sidora, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, LaToya Ali, Porsha Williams, and Shamea Morton.
“I love wearing black,” Cynthia confessed to Bravo Insider in her classic, low-cut frock that was covered in dark sequins. The timeless style was just part of her chic ensemble and makeup look in moody shades of noir and plum with a pop of gold on her cheeks. “I wanted to wear something with a little shine, a little cocktail-ish since I will probably need a cocktail after this is over.” The “sexy, but not too plunging” dress was chosen to avoid a repeat of her now-legendary “titty-cent moment” from the Season 13 premiere.
Cynthia kept the drama for her full lashes. “I did go with a longer lash, which I rarely do. I’m always scared to go with a longer lash because I don’t want spiders on my eyes.” She finished her After Show style with a glittering pair of star-shaped, drop danglers. “Feeling like a superstar so I have my star earrings on today. I’m just feeling very simple, black on black on black... Power to the people,” she added.
RHOA newcomer, Drew, told Bravo Insider she played with "a little sexy, a little pop of color" with a princess-sleeved, wine-colored dress by ASTR the Label. Stylist Ryan Christopher “went for a little bit of drama” for Drew’s soft and romantic outfit and added "a little bling-bling" via oversized, ornate chandelier earrings and a matching cocktail ring. Makeup artist Artez La’Mon Noel added pops of pink and peach to her dramatic eye shadow and coordinating lip color. "He went for a lighter palette," she mused.
“I have to give all the credit to makeup artist Tae Rene because I was looking real crazy earlier,” Kandi hilarious explained of her bronzy look with a classic, smoky eye. "She got me all the way together," Kandi added. "It was a full transformation." Hair maven Jodie Rowlands delivered the drama with a high bubble-style ponytail and braid combination that was wrapped in thin, gold wire. The hybrid hairdo took her runway-ready, gold and brown Versace pantsuit to another level. Kandi and her stylist smashed it with the top and pant set in the Italian fashion house's iconic baroque print paired with massive, gold hoops.
Kenya kept her fashion flirty and gone with the wind fabulous in a strapless, fucshia frock that featured an artful, knotted detail at the waist. The bright color and sleek design fit right in with her glamorous Moore Manor abode. Kenya added sculptural accents like a sizable, silver bangle and elongated hoop earrings to the mix for more modern flair. Her honey-brown strands were flowing in cascading waves on waves, styled by Walter Fleming. Her stunning makeup look came courtesy of Kent Christian.
Leave it to new friend LaToya to make a true statement with her style. “Listen,” she told Bravo Insider, “everybody thinks that I’m the villain or ‘the devil’ so I decided to wear all red for everybody.” Latoya got our attention in her fire red, scandalously plunging catsuit that left little to the imagination. She came through “with a little cleavage because,” as she explained, “you know I keep it sexy, never conservative.”
Porsha was smoldering in a black, beaded ensemble with off-the-shoulder sleeves. She channeled Old Hollywood glam in her evening style that boasted a wavy neckline and windowpane details. The lewk wouldn’t be complete without Porsha’s fabulous cropped haircut set in petite, side-swept waves. Her gorgeous getup was perfectly complemented by her flawless makeup with tones of copper and caramel. And let us all take a moment to appreciate her hammered, silver drop earrings that play off of her textured silver decor. That’s how you do it, sis.
Shamea gifted us with a pretty, purple, feathered frock that brought to mind one of fashion’s most iconic figures. “It’s purple and full of feathers, meaning I could fly off at any moment — literally and figuratively,” she laughed. “I love Barbie, so I was trying to give a little Barbie glam chic. For me, purple is so royal.”
The memorable number hailed from The Ivy Showroom (styled by Fiskani) and was topped off with glittering baubles with a sentimental meaning. “The jewelry is from my husband — you know, I got that third band for my anniversary.” Shine on!
Want more The Real Housewives of Atlanta? New episodes air Sundays at 8/7c or catch up on this season through the Bravo app. To see last season's RHOA After Show, press play on the clip below.