Want to exude catwalk glamour but aren't sure how to make your favourite designer style really suit you? Stuck in a fashion rut and can't find your way out? Then get some expert help with this indispensable guide to looking amazing without breaking the bank. You'll never have a bad clothes day again! "Get the Look" does not just provide advice on wearing seasonal trends, but aims to help you create timeless designer looks that will never go out of fashion. GMTV stylist Mark Heyes takes ten classic catwalk styles, and shows how to recreate the look with affordable pieces from the high street, with a 'splash the cash' option if you are feeling indulgent! With options to flatter all ages and body shapes, everyone can enjoy these looks and have fun putting them together. Each style is accompanied by celebrities who embrace this look and is also demonstrated on five very different models to show how high fashion can be adapted to suit real women. The style guide also includes invaluable fashion tip feature spreads. From quirky Mui Mui to classic Chanel, and pretty Matthew Williamson to sexy Dolce & Gabanna, there are looks for every occasion and every woman.
Mark Heyes studied Design at Glasgow School of Art and began styling for national newspapers and magazines whilst completing his degree. He was then snapped up for the TV show She's Got To Have It for Channel 4, as both on and off screen stylist for all six series. With this experience under his belt, he was approached by Sky One and began working with Lorraine Kelly. From that he became the fashion frontman of GMTV and is now one of the country's most recognizable and trusted fashion experts. Mark's passion is fashion and he can be seen daily in central London either styling his own GMTV fashion slots or shopping for his close celebrity clients. He regularly contributes to many national magazines, newspapers and TV shows and reports annually from both the Oscars and international fashion weeks. He's lived in south London for ten years but regularly returns to his native Glasgow. Location: South London.