Make It Work!

Wednesday, May 29, 2013 | Category: Books, Celebs, Designers

Tim Gunn!

 

Last week I had the amazing honor and opportunity of interviewing the one and only Tim Gunn!  Watch the video here! Be sure to turn your volume up!

Tim has been one of my favorite TV celebrities ever since I watched the very first episode of Project Runway years ago.  I also look up to Mr. Gunn as a role model.  His career in design is truly inspirational.  He’s basically covered everything from architecture to fashion!  His perfect mannerisms, dress, and personality are nothing short of captivating.  And let’s not forget about his outrageously extensive vocabulary that he’s so well known for, as well as the famous ‘Make It Work’ quote that he coined!

In the interview, you’ll find that his love for architecture and design started with Legos as a child! Legos were a a favorite of mine growing up as well (and I’ll admit, I still like playing with them as an adult).  It always seemed that my brothers and I usually got a new set for birthdays or at Christmas.  Who knew such a simple toy could lead to design stardom! (in Tim’s case anyways!)

Lego

He’s also written a few books along the way.  I highly recommend picking up one or two if you’re a book junkie like me!

 

Gunn's Golden Rules

Gunn’s Golden Rules is my favorite!

A Guide To Quality, Taste and Style

A Guide to Quality, Taste and Style will show you how to always have impeccable style that is timeless.

Tim Gunn's Fashion Bible

Tim Gunn’s Fashion Bible is a great go-to when you find your self in a fashion conundrum!

I hope you enjoyed my video interview with Tim Gunn!

A special thank you to Mr. Tim Gunn and Caroline Ambuhl of
Sullivan and Partners

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3 Comments to 'Make It Work!'

Momkat 29 May 13 at 4:43 pm

What a great interview! Loved hearing his story. And, let’s have coffee with him the next time he’s in Big D:)

Josh Urso Design 30 May 13 at 12:55 pm

Fantastic interview with an amazing design world role model!

We played with Legos too as a child, so here’s hoping some of that genius wears off on us, too!

John Winston 31 May 13 at 12:52 am

Yes! I really enjoy your fashion interview.

Thanks for sharing!

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