Make it work! Tim Gunn's coming to town!

tim gunnThere was squealing at the AOA satellite office this afternoon when we found out that Tim Gunn -- the best thing to come out of Project Runway -- will be at the Colonie Center Macy's (you know, the "good" Macy's) April 26 at 2 pm. It seems that Tim, who's now chief creative officer of Liz Claiborne, will be demonstrating "how to build a versatile wardrobe with a couple of key pieces."

And maybe he can explain to us why Victorya seemed like such a pill on the last season of Project Runway.

UPDATE: You'll need reservations for the event. Call 1-888-622-9769 and apparently you can leave a message to reserve your spot. Probably. The reservation process seemed a little unclear.

(Thanks, Aja!)

photo: Bravo Company


According to the Macy's website, event is now standing room only! With a $100 Liz Clairbourne purchase you'll get a photo op w/Tim Gunn and a signed copy of his book! Now that's FIERCE!!!

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