Quintessential Harlem girl and life-long New Yorker Bevy Smith is a headlining contributor on the nationally syndicated Fox Televisions Stations’ “Page Six TV” and the host of Sirius XM’s “Bevelations” on Radio Andy. Bevy also shared her style insight on BET’s “Wendy’s Style Squad,” and for three seasons was showcased as moderator of Bravo TV’s revolutionary “Fashion Queens.”
Once a wildly successful luxury fashion publishing exec, Bevy shifted her professional goals to pursue “Dinner With Bevy,” a social event connecting VIPs in fashion, style, entertainment and media at chic intimate dinner settings. The New York Times described Bevy as a “socialite and noted hostess.”
A beloved motivational speaker, brand ambassador and pop culture aficionado, Bevy is a frequent guest on an array of TV shows, including “The View,” “Good Morning America,” “The Wendy Williams Show,” “The Real,” “Dr. Oz,” “CBS Morning Show” and “Access Hollywood.”
In addition to Bevy’s TV appearances, Smith has been an annual guest speaker at the National Urban League Conference; moderator for HBO panels at ABFF (American Black Film Festival); a presenter at both the SESAC Pop Music Awards and Alliance for Women in Media Luncheon, a guest speaker at the Urban League of Louisiana Women in Business Challenge and hosted “Unlocking your Superpower Through Vision Boarding” at the 2017 PowHERful Foundation’s New York City Enrichment Conference.
Bevy is never too busy to give back. For the past four years, she has hosted “Fashion for Action,” an annual fundraiser for Housing Works, a New York-based thrift store chain and advocacy group that helps find appropriate housing for people living with HIV and AIDS. In 2017, Smith was the recipient of Soledad O’Brien’s PowHERful Foundation’s Entrepenuer award and was also named Community Champion of AIDS Organization Harlem United. Additionally, Bevy is on the board of Cool Culture, a charity devoted to raising awareness among under-privileged children.