Luke gives us a few fantastic tips on dressing for our bodies on this week’s edition of Style Gospel According to Luke. He shares some great tips on basics and accessories to invest in when you’re serious about changing your look and your body.
This week on The Latest In, fabulous eyewear specialist Dwayne Smith stops by the studio to give us the lowdown on how to be sleek and stylish in a great pair of glasses. Dwayne comes to us from Optical Connection, a full service boutique that specializes in luxury eyewear to celebs like Brad Pitt, Mary-Kate Olsen, Zooey Deschanel, and Eric Dane. Together, Dwayne, Luke, and Allana model a few pairs of fantastic frames—from designers like Tom Ford, Oliver Peoples, Sama, and Gucci—that are sure to give you the right impact for your image.
We further our style transformation with a new lesson from Luke on retraining our perception of ourselves. The “Corner of the Eye” is all about taking control of the negative remarks we make towards ourselves when we think we’re not paying attention. Luke shares a few new tips that will further our progress in banishing our harmful perceptions of ourselves.
On Hollywood Minute Makeover, Luke redresses a viewer with a unique style point of view. Carmen’s classic German style goes a long way to reflect her musical talent. Luke shows her how to step up her classic looks a notch with a few great articles of clothing that’ll cinch, pop, and give her that fabulous performance look she’s searching for.
After working together on the ABC show Scoundrels, Luke and special guest star Virginia Madsen are reteaming for this week’s red-hot celebrity interview. Together they throw down on their favorite costumes and give us the scoop on building a character solely through a rocking wardrobe. Virginia spills the details on a few costumes that left her reeling and shares her favorite style secrets after working with many costume designers on television shows like Monk, Frasier, and American Dreams, not to mention high-profile movies like Sideways, co-starring Sandra Oh and Paul Giamatti, Firewall, where Virginia works alongside Harrison Ford, and the upcoming Sylvia Plath adaptation, The Bell Jar, which also stars Julia Stiles and Rose McGowan.