Fashion Is Communication – Why KTLA’s LIBERTE CHAN’s Dress Was Too Hot For TV


she showed up to work in a black dress that did “sleeveless” one better: a black, thin strapped, party dress (complete) with sequins a.k.a: a just above the knee “freak’em” dress but a “freak’em” dress nonetheless.

Well as she proceeded to give weather conditions in Ontario, Santa Ana, Carlsbad and Long Beach, she was greeted with a long reach: her male co worker, Chris Burrous, raining on her parade of duties-handing her a jacket to cover up (reportedly, because of emails pouring in-complaining.



Online, people were divided between being pretty upset by the gesture, insult, act of kindness, or humiliation (depending on who you ask).

All things considered and aforementioned, do you think she should have covered up with a jacket herself or was the coworker right in handing her a jacket to cover up?

For me, it’s like this:

Weather whether you’re on television or not, there is a