'I've Got Nothing to Wear' reality series to debut June 22 on TLC
By Christopher Rocchio, 06/14/2007
TLC has announced I've Got Nothing to Wear, a new reality series that aims to help women find flattering clothing in their existing closet, will premiere Friday, June 22 at 10PM ET/PT.
Each half-hour episode of I've Got Nothing to Wear will focus on one woman who is sent to the "chop-shop" of designer George Simonton. Once there, she's assisted by the show's resident stylist Jorge Ramone, as well as Simonton and three other designers who use their creativity and design skills to comb through the woman's existing wardrobe and keep whatever is salvageable while combining it with a few newly purchased items to form several fresh fashions.
Over the course of three days, I've Got Nothing to Wear's designers hope to transform their one-time student into a master dresser.
I've Got Nothing to Wear is produced by New Harbor Entertainment, with Linda Benya and Pamela Deutsch serving as executive producers.