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Posted on February 17, 2015 by Amanda Hutchinson | 0 comments


Our Muse, Alex Curry. 

Television host, reporter and personality galore.  Alex is currently hosting and sideline-reporting for the LA Angels and LA Kings on FOX Sports West but she took time out for our Hammitt Spring 2015 shoot. Check out her interview below:

 What is a typical day in the life of Alex Curry?

Everyday is a little different pending what season it is and if we have extra shoots on game days...But typically I’ll wake up, do a morning workout at Level 10 Fitness, Green Yogi or go for a run. If it’s hockey season, I’ll go straight to Kings practice in El Segundo from my workout and interview a few guys before the game. Come home, make some brunch, do some last minute prepping for the game, then spend 2 hours getting ready. I arrive at Angels Stadium or Staples for my pre-game meeting at 3:30pm, after the meeting I’ll get a few more interviews for pre-game, then it’s dinner time and a little more prep for the game. Then our pre-game show starts around 6/6:30 and pending if I’m hosting or reporting my jobs vary. After the game I’ll do my live post-game interviews, head into the locker room to talk with the players & coaches, then head home. I usually get home around 12pm and if it’s baseball season, I’ll spend an hour or two prepping for the next day’s game, then bedtime! 

How do you balance work & life?

I make sure I have an hour of “me time” everyday…which is usually my workouts in the morning. Luckily I love what I do so it doesn’t really feel like work anyway.

What is your favorite part of the job?

Sports have been a big part of my life as long as I can remember. Growing up I played soccer, softball, volleyball, swam, danced, tennis, snowboard, and wakeboard. I tried it all and stuck with soccer through college. So I feel very fortunate to have made a career out of something I love and have been passionate about my whole life. So besides covering sports for a living, I love getting to connect with these organizations & athletes and share their story with the fans. They are extremely hard working people who followed a dream and made it a reality.

What was your professional "AHA!" moment?

It was in college at San Diego State in my broadcasting 101 class, we had to do a morning news report and after I did mine at the desk on camera, I was hooked. I fell in love and felt so natural interviewing people and talking on camera…so that’s when I set my goals and started taking the steps needed to become a TV Host.

What inspires you?

Knowing that if you are passionate about something and put in the time it takes to turn a dream into a reality, and hustle every single day for yourself…you CAN DO IT! 

How do you define your personal style?

I am all about fashionable comfort, so it’s kind of a bohemian rocker chic look when I’m not working. When it comes to work, I wear a lot of dresses and high wasted skirts in spring/summer and fun/funky blazer in the winter with knee high boots.

How do you take a look from the sidelines to a night out?

Most of the outfits I wear on the sideline would be great night out looks, so possibly a shirt change under the blazer and add a great clutch.

Who is your style icon?

I follow 100’s of fashion bloggers on Instagram and love checking out their looks for daily inspiration. It’s really helped develop my style over the past 3 years. 

What is your favorite Hammitt and Why?

I LOVE my black on black 'Getty' clutch for evenings. I’m newly obsessed with my black 'Adam' satchel for day time and I never travel without my red 'Avalon' handbag , it’s been all around the world with me!



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