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- Your book is all about bringing movie-star style to ‘real life.’ This year, we saw white tuxes and and all kinds of crazy things on the red carpet. Do you think some of the trends will be adopted by everyday people? Absolutely. Everythin
- What first gave you the styling bug? I was always interested in clothing, even as a little kid. I was fascinated by the way things fit, and the way styles changed. Just to see the difference between the way people dressed in 1967 and 197
- Is it more gratifying for you to work as a stylist with movie stars or regular people? I think regular people who get fashion and who want to be dressed up, and want to be glamorous, that’s the most fun. The ones who have a lot of money
Fresh from his weekend of Oscars fashion coverage, The Fashion Police on E! star George Kotsiopoulos stopped by the Swarovski store on Michigan Avenue to chat with fans and sign copies of his new book, Glamorous by George. In his entertaining tome, the witty celebrity stylist offers tips for injecting movie-star style into everyday life.
In a sparkle-drenched corner of the store, we sat down with Kotsiopoulos to chat Oscars, mean jokes, and the man bun. Here's what he had to say.
· Swarovski [Official Site]
· Glamorous by George: The Key to Creating Movie-Star Style [Amazon]