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Tan France        

Fashion Designer & TV Personality Known for Netflix's "Queer Eye"

With the same disarming sense of humor and deeply felt sense of empathy seen in action on Netflix’s "Queer Eye," Tan France offers audiences an invigorating perspective on a wide array of topics gleaned from his time on camera and off.

Having sold four different businesses over the past decade, France has established himself as a thought leader amongst brands seeking his unique expertise and entrepreneurial approach to unleashing untapped potential across workforces, products, and marketplaces.

Whether discussing the dynamics of teamwork and leadership, modes of creativity and branding, the importance of true diversity and inclusion, France gives listeners permission to be their truest selves, confidently breaking down barriers while creating meaningful and lasting impact, no matter the endeavor.

Successful fashion designer France is renowned as the witty wardrobe wiz leading the charge in the fashion department on the Emmy-winning makeover hit and Netflix re-boot, "Queer Eye." Ready to make America fabulous again, one makeover at a time, France showcases how the experience is so much more than just new clothes; it’s about real-life issues, changes, and acceptance on all sides.

Following the global success of "Queer Eye," France released his New York Times best-selling memoir, "Naturally Tan," which reveals what it was like to grow up gay in a traditional South Asian family, as one of the few people of color in South Yorkshire, England. France also released the 1st season of his viral YouTube series, "Dressing Funny," which features him making over his celebrity friends, including Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Nick Kroll, Miranda Sings, Pete Davidson, and John Mulaney. He also co-hosts the Netflix competition series "Next in Fashion" and a MasterClass, “Style for Everyone.” He is the host of the "Queer Icons" podcast and has a gender-neutral clothing line, Was Him.


‘Queer Eye’ Wins Structured Reality Award as Creative Arts Emmys Kicks Off with Night One (Full Winners List)
Netflix’s “Queer Eye” won its third consecutive Emmy for outstanding structured reality show, and two different “Apollo” projects won big as the Emmy Awards kicked off on Monday night with the first of five nights of Creative Arts awards.

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