What Not to Wear
What Not to Wear was an American makeover reality television show based on a British show of the same name. The program premiered in 2003 and aired on TLC in the United States and Canada. It also aired on Discovery Travel & Living Europe, on People+Arts in Spain as ¡No te lo pongas!, and in Portugal and Brazil as Esquadrão da Moda. Foreign versions of show air in Mexico, Colombia, Argentina and Italy. What Not to Wear was hosted by Stacy London and Clinton Kelly. On March 6, 2013, TLC announced that the tenth season of What Not to Wear would be the last.
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S01 E01Jan 19, 2003
Morna Jan 19, 2003 At age 24, Morna still dresses like a slouchy college student. She works for a major cosmetics company in Manhattan's classy Rockefeller Center â€” but in billowing skirts, worn-out sandals and an actual headband. After being filmed secretly for weeks while her friends have conspired with host Jillian Hamilton, Morna gets the shock of her life when fashion stylists Wayne Scot Lukas and Stacy London ambush her during lunch with her friends. Wayne and Stacy show her the secret footage before weeding out her closet's catastrophes. But Morna doesn't give in easily. The stylists have a fight on their hands. Then it's on for a hair and makeup overhaul with hair stylist Nick Arrojo and makeup artist Carmindy Bowyer. Will Rockefeller Center ever see the glamorous, elegant Morna that Wayne and Stacy envision?
S01 E02Mar 9, 2003
Eileen Mar 9, 2003 Eileen is only 29 but dresses like she's 50. Her clothes are dumpy, frumpy and totally lacking in appeal. Her best friend and three sisters think she needs a sexy new image and conspire with WNTW host Jillian Hamilton to give her a brand-new/updated look. Fashion stylists Wayne Scot Lukas and Stacy London take Eileen in hand and try to release the goddess underneath all the layers â€” including the Harry Potter glasses and bushy eyebrows. Hairstylist Nick Arrojo and makeup artist Carmindy Bowyer kick in to help Wayne and Stacy turn a Boston frump into a femme fatale.
S01 E03Mar 16, 2003
Donna Mar 16, 2003 Donna, 47, works as a sales rep for a printing company on Long Island, near New York City. She talks to clients on the phone ... good thing, given that she wears seasonal items and '70s leftovers. Sweaters with pumpkins, fall leaves and ice skaters, plus dickeys and culottes fill Donna's wardrobe â€” to her family's despair. After What Not to Wear host Jillian Hamilton conspires with Donna's family and friends, it's up to fashion stylists Wayne Scot Lukas and Stacy London to drag Donna away from kitsch. After culling the most horrific items and forcing her to face how bad these clothes look on her in a 360-degree mirror, Wayne and Stacy send Donna shopping with strict new rules and $5,000, before a complete hair and makeup overhaul. But Donna's been dressing like a Christmas tree for a long, long time. Can she learn simplicity and style â€” in one short week?
S01 E04Mar 23, 2003
Kerry Mar 23, 2003 Kerry is a 33-year-old opera singer on the edge of a flourishing career. She came to the city seven years ago and is now on the brink of success, meeting with world-class conductors and high-powered managers, and running around town auditioning for roles. When Kerry performs she sounds terrific, the trouble is she looks like she's just come off the farm. The raw ingredients for the What Not To Wear team? Balloon-like sweaters, ill-fitting pants, 99-cent panties, and ""virgin"" hair that has never been cut or colored. Her friends and husband know that Kerry has a killer voice and a personality to match, but are in agreement that she needs a serious fashion overhaul. Can fashion stylists Wayne Scot Lukas and Stacy London â€” with help from hair stylist Nick Arrojo and makeup artist Carmindy Bowyer â€” manage to help the opera diva hit the high note in fashion?
S01 E05Mar 30, 2003
Christine Mar 30, 2003 Christine succeeded in losing 80 pounds, but her style sense has never caught up. Baggy sweatpants and T-shirts still hide her hard-won figure. Her friends confess to WNTW host Jillian Hamilton: Christine's a self-described hippie who thinks fashion is a hobby in which she has no interest. Will fashion stylists Wayne Scot Lukas and Stacy London be able to persuade her otherwise? First they have to destroy all her hippie ""threads."" Meanwhile, hairstylist Nick Arrojo threatens to cut the locks of someone who hasn't been to a hairdresser in five years, while makeup artist Carmindy Bowyer tries to teach her techniques. Will they survive the challenge?
S01 E06Apr 6, 2003
Larry Apr 6, 2003 Larry is a tall, dark and handsome bachelor living in Manhattan. As the successful owner of an upscale health spa and the author of a book on massage, Larry seems to have everything going for him â€” apart from his fashion sense, that is! Even those nearest and dearest to him can't take his 80s look and his obsession with buying in bulk (black T-shirts in packs of 10) any longer. And when it comes to color ... well, there isn't any! Larry's love affair with black is making his closest buddies depressed to be around him. Fashion stylists Wayne Scot Lukas and Stacy London must wean this creature of habit away from his pleated pants and plaid vests and transform him into model material with the help of hair stylist Nick Arrojo and makeup artist Carmindy Bowyer. Attention all you skeptical single women!
S01 E07Apr 13, 2003
Lili Apr 13, 2003 Lili is a 25-year-old law student who looks about 15. Just 5 feet tall, this Washington, D.C., native has a ""cutesy"" look that isn't going to cut it in court. Her mother, aunt and sister are desperate to settle the case, so they've called in our ultimate style gurus: Wayne Scot Lukas and Stacy London. The evidence of Lili's crimes against fashion is pretty conclusive: overalls, short pants and clunky shoes. In just one short week, this attorney-in-training will have to grow from adolescent to assertive. Lili is put on a strict regime of sexy suits and slick style with hairdresser Nick Arrojo attempting to tame her ""bushy"" hair and makeup artist Carmindy Bowyer on a mission to conceal her under-eye shadows caused by too much studying! Will the What Not To Wear team transform this petite duckling into a sleek legal eagle before court reconvenes?
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S02 E01Aug 30, 2003
Gina Marchioni Aug 30, 2003 Gina owns her own hair salon, but she dresses more like a hooker from the '80's than a businesswoman. She prefers tight miniskirts, tube tops, spandex pants, and accessories like feather boas and fringe. She also has her hair dyed three different colors, which is not a way to impress customers with her coloring skills. Stacy and Clinton try to help Gina retain her need to look sexy and youthful while maintaining a professional image. Nick tones down her hairstyle, while Carmindy updates her makeup for the 21st century.
S02 E02Sep 6, 2003
Oretha Winston Sep 6, 2003 Oretha is a church-going, rocker chick with a wardrobe crisis â€” her Sunday best is the worst according to her friends. Oretha's a big fan of 80s music; unfortunately, most of her casual clothes are from the same era! A recent job promotion means Oretha needs to promote the right image, but at only 5'2"", Oretha finds shopping for clothes a problem. Her solution: Buy them big and baggy. And to get her hair just the way she likes it, she sleeps in curlers every night.
S02 E03Sep 13, 2003
Laura Miller Sep 13, 2003 It never takes working mom Laura too much time to decide what to wear â€” she doesn't have much to choose from. Her wardrobe is full of T-shirts, sweat pants and waffle shirts that are all big and baggy. She thinks they make her look thinner, but her husband, her boss, her mother and her friends think Laura is hiding her natural beauty underneath the grubby, shapeless clothes. They want like to see her look more feminine.
S02 E04Sep 20, 2003
Mary Fragapane Sep 20, 2003 Mary knows about shape, color and form when it comes to her art, but when it comes to her clothes, she's dressing like a starving artist â€” tops shaped like tents and colored with paint spatters. As an up and coming artist, Mary needs to attend gallery openings and be the center of attention. Unfortunately, Mary's hair also needs some attention. Cutting her own bangs is the only thing that's happened to her style for years.
S02 E05Sep 27, 2003
Ellen Lindner Sep 27, 2003 Ellen knows how to keep her body in shape â€” she recently lost over 50 pounds! Her family thinks it's time for her to workout her wardrobe. They say she wears stretchy spandex clothes whether she's working out or going out. She chooses clothes that are too young for her, and she pretty much sticks to just one color â€” black. Fashion experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly get fitness fanatic Ellen to transform her wardrobe so that it flatters her new body shape and works with her active lifestyle. Hairstylist Nick Arrojo and makeup artist Carmindy create a hair and beauty routine that will work with Ellen's exercise routine.
S02 E06Oct 4, 2003
Dave Hank Oct 4, 2003 At nearly 30 years old, Dave is still wearing the clothes he bought when he was in college. They're worn out and out of date. He says he's not bothered about fashion, but his girlfriend and his bosses think it's time he dumped his frat-boy image and grew up. He goes to work in shoes with holes, out to restaurants in pants with holes, and his shirts are shapeless and baggy. Stacy London and Clinton Kelly need to persuade Dave that a few well chosen items that he can mix and match will see him through his work and leisure time. Carmindy gives Dave the tools for a glowing complexion, and hairstylist Nick Arrojo rescues Dave from a $5 dollar haircut that is more than a little uneven.
S02 E07Oct 11, 2003
Shifra Littman Oct 11, 2003 Chicago mom Shifra has four children, a husband, a job ... and she's also an accomplished flamenco dancer! It's no surprise that shopping for herself is low on her list of priorities. Her husband and friends think it's time for her to put the ""holay"" back into her wardrobe. Fashion experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly teach Shifra to dance to a different tune and give her a new look that won't be out of step with her lifestyle. Makeup artist Carmindy creates a look to enhance Shifra's pale complexion with the least amount of effort. An even bigger challenge awaits hairstylist Nick Arrojo: Shifra's waist-length hair has not been cut for years.