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Tuesday, March 08, 2011
92Y Video: Style Tips With Stacy London

Stacy London, co-host of TLC’s What Not to Wear, was here last week for a talk on style and self-esteem. Questions addressed included: “how do we form our own ‘sense of style’?” and “how can we use it to reflect the unique qualities in each of us?” But it didn’t end at discussion. As promised, Stacy also brought two audience members on stage for an evaluation of their outfits! One of those evaluations is included in the video highlights above.

A blogger at NearSay was also in attendance and filed their own report here, as did Cotton Candy.

See all upcoming Talks at 92Y, including Shirley MacLaine on March 11 and Rebecca Traister with Nora Ephron on June 9.

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