Tim Gunn's Guide to Style
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|Tim Gunn's Guide to Style|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||8|
|Executive producer(s)||Sarah-Jane Cohen|
Scott A. Stone
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Original run||September 6, 2007 – Present|
|Related shows||Project Runway|
Tim Gunn's Guide to Style is an American reality television series, hosted by Project Runway's Tim Gunn and cohosted by model Veronica Webb in the first season, and cohosted by Gretta Monahan in subsequent seasons. It focuses on style and fashion. The first episode aired on September 6, 2007 on the Bravo network. Tim and his cohost offer to makeover guests following their style as long as they adhere to a set of style rules. Eight episodes exist in the first season.
The show's format consists of several segments. After meeting the guest and reviewing an interview tape, the show starts with the hosts reviewing and then discarding most of the guest's existing wardrobe. Another segment involves the use of OptiTex fashion design software to illustrate the appearance of different fashions on a computer simulation of the guest, followed by a solo shopping spree for "ten essential items," which the hosts then critique. The guest will also meet with specialty consultants, such as designers, hairdressers or runway coaches, for one-on-one coaching. The show ends with a reveal to the guest's friends and family to show off the changes in their style.
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