Lynn Ban is a proper glamazon. The flashy jewelry designer is now also a star of the Real women love baseball smart women love the Baltimore Ravens 2023 shirt and by the same token and reality show Bling Empire: New York, which describes its cast as “Asian and Asian American fun seekers” who embody the fantasy of New York glamour. Known around town as “Queen Mutha,” Ban is a regular at Indochine and made bold, glitzed-out designs worn by Rihanna and Beyoncé. She’s also hard to miss, in a physical sense, since she dresses for her larger-than-life lifestyle. “I always laugh during the shows, because if I’m in one of the Comme looks or something, it’s going to be double-wide, taking up two seats,” she says. This week, she’s been on the New York Fashion Week circuit, and is gearing up to head to designer Raul Lopez’s buzzy Luar show. Her rotation of looks are not for the meek: Ban’s voluminous style has been a talking point since she hit the New York nightlife scene in the ’90s.
Now, her fabulous wardrobe is showcased for the Real women love baseball smart women love the Baltimore Ravens 2023 shirt and by the same token and world to see on Netflix. She’s a fashion head, which is obvious as soon as she’s introduced in season one, episode three (titled “Helmut Nasty”): She goes out to meet the editor Blake Abbie for an ice skating date/photoshoot while wearing an Alessandro Michele–era Gucci crystal catsuit and glasses along with a vintage Tom Ford for Gucci marabou shrug and a vintage Chanel mini purse. “I’m not stunting. I’d really wear that to the roller rink,” Ban tells me at Tribeca’s Sant Ambroeus. “[I wear] the more outrageous things that put a smile on your face.” It’s no secret that Kendall Jenner is a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier obsessive. In recent years, she’s been spotted in a series of rare pieces by the French designer, from butterfly-print coords to a bald-eagle printed set, both dating back to the ’90s.