Tuesday, 9 September 2008

The Fashion Show

Not long ago there was a lot of winging on blogsphere about the lack of fashion programmes on British TV. Well someone must have been listening because since then there have been quite a few decent fashion shows on. There was Channel 4's Gok's Fashion Fix which turned out not to be so bad after all and then the return of the wonderful, Mary Queen of Shops - courtesy of BBC. Now ITV have got in on the act by launching a fashion show of their own. Not to be undone by rival channels, ITV have recruited model/WAG, Abigail Clancy to host a show that meshes high street style and glamour. Imaginatively titled, The Fashion Show, viewers will be treated to style secrets from celebrities and a peep into their wardrobe as well as the inevitable make over. Clancey is joined by TV and radio presenter, George Lamb and catwalk model, Michelle de Swarte and the concept here is accessible fashion for the ordinary girl about town. With iconic TV producer, Sebastian Scott on board - he who brought us the legendary pop culture show, The Word and The Big Breakfast - I am sure it will be an interesting watch. Plus with London Fashion Week right round the corner, the timing is impeccable.

The Fashion Show airs on ITV2 later this month.

2 cool comments:

Anonymous said...

given that fashion reflects economics, i was wondering if you might do a posting on fashion in the credit crunch?

Anonymous said...

the subject matter i suggested above has been on my mind a lot, so i've gone ahead and written my own version!

thanks ondo lady for inspiring me to look at a new subject