Stressed about style? This week’s guest is here to help! George Brescia is a celebrity stylist, red carpet critic, media fashion expert, and author of the recently published Change Your Clothes, Change Your Life: Because You Can’t Go Naked, a guide to complete personal transformation through your closet. Join us today as George talks about his fashion career, the role of a stylist, some guidelines for looking great on or off the red carpet, a few of his favorite looks from Sunday’s Emmy Awards, his own go-to style staple for fall fashion, and more.
Plus, I’ve got a great mix of music featuring songs from Florida’s Surfer Blood, experimental art pop diva My Brightest Diamond, and up-and-coming Wisconsinites PHOX. So stick around and unwind in style, with George Brescia on BTR’s Sew & Tell!
George Brescia, stylist & author of Change Your Clothes, Change Your Life: Because You Can’t Go Naked
(Above photo by Nina Duncan; all photos courtesy of George Brescia)
George B. styling another famous George, Mr. Takei
Styling Fox 5 New York reporter Simone Boyce
Find out more about George’s career, styling service and media appearances through his website, and keep up with all his latest events, news and projects through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest! And don’t forget to pick up your very own copy of Change Your Clothes, Change Your Life (aka “rent-a-George”)!
(Photo by Frank Maddocks)
My Brightest Diamond
(Photo by Bernd Preiml)
(Photo by Jade Ehlers)
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