MASTERCLASS – TAN FRANCE TEACHES STYLE FOR EVERYONE

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In his MasterClass, Dan teaches you how to find your personal style and build a wardrobe that fits your life. Queer Eye cohost Tan France breaks down the principles of great style, from building a capsule wardrobe to looking pulled together every day.

 

[00:00:00.00] [MUSIC PLAYING] [00:00:03.78] - All right. Tan France you have this. There is a reason why they asked you. Yes. See? You know exactly what you are doing. You are a master. And we're going to teach some shizz and look great whilst we're at it. Yeah. [00:00:33.41] WOMAN: Woo. [00:00:34.38] MAN: Over here, Tan. Over here. [00:00:36.81] - I've been in the fashion and styling business for 20 years. Most people know me from "Queer Eye." But I have helped literally thousands of people find their personal style and find a look that makes them feel like the very best version of themselves. This class is different from anything I've ever done before. I've never had an opportunity to really comprehensively break down what style is and how the principles work. [00:01:01.35] I've never been able to communicate how to really think the way I think when I'm shopping when I'm styling myself when I'm styling somebody else. That's what you will get here. During this class, I will give you the tools you need to truly change your life. That is a bold statement, I know. But it's something that I do every day. It doesn't matter your age, your size, your race, your gender identity. Everyone has great style in them. They just need to find it. And that's what I hope to teach you here today. [00:01:45.23] The most pivotal moment in my life that led me to this point right now where I'm able to teach a class on styling-- it happened when I was seven. I went to my granddad's factory. He made denim. And for the first time, I understood where our clothes came from, how they were created, and how they could make me feel. [00:02:03.89] It was the first time I had a huge selection of clothing to try on. With every piece I tried on, I felt something different. And so I started to experiment with clothes. And it made me feel the way I saw Caucasian people on TV. They were able to express themselves. They were happy. They were joyful. They were independent. And they had a sense of self I had never experienced in my home. [00:02:29.64] And so my clothes gave me a window into the world that I could only have dreamt of. That knowledge at seven years old has encouraged me to see style as something that is so important to my life and everybody's lives around me. I knew that that was my calling, that I was destined to be a stylist. And that's what I wanted to do. I wanted to inspire people. I wanted people to see a future that they never thought possible. [00:02:53.37] I started out as a designer at college. I created my own brands. I created three. I styled every one of my brands, every one of my photoshoots, every one of my campaigns myself. Then I started actually styling for a living, which is when I was approached by television networks to start styling for entertainment. I've been styling ever since. And it's something that I feel so, so passionately about because of how it makes people feel. [00:03:20.24] Because I saw the impact style had on my own confide...