Olivia Jade Giannulli appeared on Jada Pinkett-Smith’s show, Red Table Talks, to address the college admissions scandal that her family was involved in earlier this year. While many fans were listening to her apology, others were fixated on Olivia Jade’s pink suit.
Everyone’s talking about Olivia Jade
While fans were watching the Red Table Talk episode they couldn’t stop gushing over the pink satin suit Olivia Jade was wearing.
Pink suits are definitely having a moment right now, as seen on, among other celebs, journalist and broadcaster Savannah Guthrie while she moderated Donald Trump’s town hall.
Other celebrities, such as Kerry Washington and Ashley Graham, have made stunning appearances in hot pink suits of their own.
Where to buy Olivia Jade’s pink suit
Olivia Jade’s pink suit looks like it could be this piece from fashion brand Fleur du Mal, available to purchase on their website.
Still, viewers couldn’t seem to decide whether to focus on Olivia Jade’s outfit or the college scandal that got her on the show to begin with.
Who is Olivia Jade Giannulli?
Olivia Jade is a 21 year old influencer and beauty blogger. She has a YouTube channel with 1.8 million subscribers, but the last video was posted 11 months ago.
Her parents are actress Lori Loughlin and fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli.
Where to watch the Red Table Talk episode
You can watch the full episode with Olivia Jade and Jada Pinkett-Smith here.
The discussion centres on Olivia Jade’s parents’ arrest and its aftermath. Giannulli also addresses her parents’ illegal payments to institutions in order to get their children into top colleges and universities, under the pretence that their daughters were top athletes.
Olivia Jade also discusses how hard it was seeing her parents go to prison. Her mother, Lori, was sentenced to 2 months and her father, Mossimo, to 5 months of jail time.
Oliver Jade told Red Table host Pinkett-Smith: “It’s been hard. I think for anybody, no matter what the situation is, you don’t want to see your parents to go to prison. But I also think it’s necessary for us to move on and move forward.”