"How to Look Good Naked" : Shop for Your Shape and Look Amazing!
Gok Wan, star of Channel 4's How to Look Good Naked is here to make you look GORGEOUS, no matter what your size or body hang-ups. With 10 years of styling experience behind him, he has crafted an unmissable shop-for-your shape guide. Gok shows you how easy it is to look amazing every day whether you're pear-shaped, apple-shaped or flat as a pancake. A real-life 'fairy Gok mother', he inspires and empowers women to feel beautiful inside and out. From celebrating curves, to enhancing your assets, How To Look Good Naked offers the ultimate confidence boost for women of all ages and sizes. It's not about changing your shape with plastic surgery or dieting, it's about embracing what you have and enhancing every gorgeous bit of it! With Gok's help you can look and feel good with or without your clothes on...
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 182.88 x 218.44 x 15.24mm | 589.67g
- 01 Oct 2009
- HarperCollins Publishers
- HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 133 col illus
'We love you, Gok!' Look magazine 'Gok Wan should be made available to all women on the NHS.' Heat Magazine 'For anyone who's going through a style crisis, or just really wants a new look, it's the perfect place to start.' **** Heat magazine 'An inspiring gift' Woman & Home 'What marks Gok Wan out from the rest of the makeover mafia is that he genuinely seems to care about his case studies...Every home should have a Wan.' Metro 'Where better to find top tips and super-slimming advice than Gok Wan's guide? We love it!' Love It! Magazine
About Gok Wan
Fashion stylist Gok Wan has been in the industry for the best part of a decade. The 31-year-old combines a passion and flair for fashion with his early drama school foundations. Gok studied at London's prestigious Central School of Speech and Drama, but his love of fashion and beauty led him to follow a career firstly in hair and makeup and then in fashion styling. Gok has styled celebrities The All Saints, Bryan Ferry, Blondie and Erasure and has worked for some of the world's leading photographers, including Arthur Elgort, Terry O'Neill and John Swannell. He now turns his attention to styling the nation with the prime-time Channel 4 fashion series How to Look Good Naked.