From the Fab Five - the beloved hosts of Netflix's viral hit Queer Eye - comes a book, and an official guide, that is at once a behind-the-scenes exclusive, a practical guide to living and celebrating your best life, and a symbol of hope. Feeling your best is about far more than deciding what colour to paint your accent wall or how to apply nightly moisturiser. It's also about creating a life that's well-rounded, filled with humour and understanding and most importantly, that suits you. At a cultural moment when we are all craving people to admire, Queer Eye offers hope and acceptance. After you get to know the Fab Five, together they will guide you through five practical chapters that go beyond their designated areas of expertise (food & wine, fashion, grooming, home decor, and culture), touching on topics like wellness, entertaining, and defining your personal brand, and complete with bite-sized Hip Tips for your everyday quandaries. Above all else, Queer Eye aims to help you create a happy and healthy life, rooted in self-love and authenticity.
Author Biography: Antoni Porowski is Queer Eye's food expert. Having been the personal chef for Ted Allen, the food expert of the original Fab Five, he knows his way around a kitchen. Tan France is the resident fashion expert who hails from Great Britain. He is also the founder of the women's fashion line Kingdom & State. Jonathan Van Ness is the show's personal grooming expert known for his Funny or Die series Gay of Thrones and as the host of the biweekly podcast, Getting Curious. Texas-born Bobby Berk is the interior designer with his own self-titled design company specializing in hip, minimalist urban luxury designs. Karamo Brown, the culture expert, has spent a lot of time in front of the camera on The Real World, Dr. Drew on Call, HuffPost Live, and Access Hollywood Live. He also founded 6in10, an organization that provides mental health support and education to the LGBTQ+ community. Together, they make up the Fab Five.