The following year Woodall and Constantine released their second book, What Not . Who do you want to be today?, Weidenfeld & Nicolson (2011). ISBN 978-0-297-85452-4).
The following year Woodall and Constantine released their second book, What Not to Wear, which gained them a British Book Award and sold over 670,000 copies. Woodall and Susannah Constantine first collaborated in 1996 on Ready to Wear, a weekly style guide for The Daily Telegraph which ran for seven years. The style guide highlighted affordable high-street fashion, with the pair using themselves to demonstrate clothing that suited different figures .
Who Do You Want to Be Today? Susannah Constantine.
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Susannah Constantine, Trinny Woodall. Who would you like to be today?. Sexy Bombshell (inspired by Marilyn Monroe or Scarlett Johansson). Ice Queen (cool perfection like Nicole Kidman or Grace Kelly). Rock Chick (wild and strong like Debbie Harry or Amy Winehouse). Sultry Diva (think Ava Gardner or Jerry Hall). Stylish Sophisticate (Coco Chanel or Anna Wintour). Androgyne boy-girl (Hillary Swank or Grace Jones). Boho (a la Kate Moss or Sienna Miller). Victoria Beckham or Eva Longoria) Trinny&Susannah show you how to put together 12 completely different looks. The famous, or should that be infamous, BBC makeover duo have written a book on how to be inspired to dress differently. Style gurus Trinny & Susannah show you how to put together 12 completely different looks. You can be the Diva on Monday, the Bombshell on Tuesday and the Rock Chick on Wednesday. If you have 9 other days to fill, there are options for those too. Every look starts with the definition of the look itself, then the wardrobe, the night-time & the day-time versions of the look. Finishing touches are included – the bag, the shoes, the perfume and the makeup.
Susannah & Trinny's sixth primetime television series will be shown on ITV in the autumn.
We are like Rottentomatoes or Metacritic for books. We also do book giveaways. Susannah & Trinny's sixth primetime television series will be shown on ITV in the autumn. They write for Heat magazine and the Daily Mail and are now Britain's best known style experts, called upon to adjudicate on all matters sartorial. They are contributors to Heat magazine and the Daily Mail and are now Britain's best known style experts, called upon to adjudicate on all matters sartorial.
For years Trinny Woodall was famous for telling the nation what not to wear alongside her television partner in crime Susannah Constantine. Woodall told BBC News why she decided to launch a makeup range for women of all ages. Video by Sophie van Brugen.