MasterClass – Tan France Teaches Style for Everyone Download
Beloved style icon and Queer Eye cohost Tan France has styled thousands of people on and off camera over the past 20 years. Now he’s sharing his comprehensive and transformational approach to developing your own personal style. Learn how to build a capsule wardrobe; select colors, shapes, and patterns that work for your body and your unique personality; and discover the confidence to look and feel your best, every day.
12 video lessons (2h 19m)
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1. Meet Your Instructor
Tan France is an internationally celebrated stylist, designer, and cohost of Queer Eye and Next in Fashion. In his MasterClass, Tan teaches you how to find your personal style and build a wardrobe that fits your life.
2. The Rules of Great Style
Tan reveals the simple but critical rules for great style, including why style is for everyone, why you should know your proportions, and when to let go of the rules.
3. Capsule Wardrobe
Tan walks you through capsule wardrobes for women, men, and nonbinary folks, showing you how to mix and match classic items.
4. Creating Looks From Your Capsule Wardrobe
Find out how you can get many looks from a single dress or suit.
5. Developing Your Personal Style
Learn where to find inspiration, why style is more important than fashion, how to use mood boards, and how to dress for work.
6. The Right Fit
Tan helps you understand proportions, tailoring, and how to achieve flattering cuts in pants and shirts.
7. Incorporating Color
Discover the colors that work for you, why some “rules” about color should be ignored, and how to power clash.
8. Playing With Prints and Textures
Tan discusses prints and textures, mixing and matching, and playing with the classics.
9. How to Shop
Tan shares how to use a mood board, how to shop in a store and online, the benefits of department stores, how to buy jeans, and how to go vintage shopping.
10. Behind The Scenes of Queer Eye
Tan invites you behind the scenes of Queer Eye to show you how he styles the heroes and how you can “Queer Eye” yourself.
11. Staying Current
Learn how to tend to your style, navigate trends, and make “mistakes.”
12. Owning It