A poignant and humorous memoir from Tan France, star of the Emmy award-winning TV show Queer Eye and one of the few openly gay South Asian men on television
Tan France has been a successful fashion designer behind-the-scenes
for over 15 years, and now steps into the spotlight as the star of
Emmy-winning makeover hit, and Netflix re-boot, Queer Eye.
Surrounded by an all new cast, France is the witty wardrobe wiz
leading the charge in the fashion department and is ready to make
America fabulous again one makeover at a time. This experience is
so much more than just new clothes to the British born fashion
advisor however, it's about real-life issues, changes and
acceptance on all sides.
The epitome of style and class, Tan is the creative mind behind successful brands including the popular ladies clothing lines Kingdom & State and Rachel Parcell, Inc. Prior to his personal success as a designer, he spent his summers working in his grandfather's denim factory while he secretly enrolled in fashion college in preparation to start a new chapter as a fabulous design star.
So good and moving. Great advice about marriage, faith and jeans *
Zadie Smith *
Frank and courageous ... blazes with light and honesty * The i *
One of the few books I've read and thought "I get that". Honest, joyful and relatable * Nadiya Hussain *
Who hasn't tried the French tuck? Peppered with fashion dos and don't s, the memoir of arguably Doncaster's most famous TV export is a must for any Queer Eye fan. * Evening Standard *
Tan's book is moving, insightful, and hilare. Any bad stories about me are totally untrue, but the rest is brilliant. Best book of the millennium! * Jonathan Van Ness *