Pop Innovators Lauren Conrad

via press release:

“POP INNOVATORS: LAUREN CONRAD” FOLLOWED BY “WHO WORE IT BETTER?” WITH CATT SADLER AND ROBBIE LAUGHLIN THIS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11TH ONLY ON E!

Los Angeles, CA – Monday, December 8th – Tune in as Lauren Conrad sits down exclusively with E! to discuss her expanding empire, her experience with fame, and growing up in the spotlight when “Pop Innovators: Lauren Conrad” premieres Thursday, December 11th at 8:00pm ET/PT.  In her own words, along with intimate interviews from her family, close friends and business partners, E!’s “Pop Innovators” tells the story of Lauren’s journey from the small screen to designer, author, and lifestyle expert, and how she continues to make her mark on pop culture.

Immediately following “Pop Innovators,” at 9:00pm ET/PT be sure to catch the premiere of “Who Wore It Better?”  In this fabulous and informative half-hour special, hosts Catt Sadler and Robbie Laughlin bring viewers the ultimate fashion competition, pitting fashionista against fashionista and presenting the latest trends on Hollywood’s hottest leading ladies!  From the ever-so-daring deep plunging neck lines worn by Jennifer Lawrence and Jennifer Lopez, to Gwyneth Paltrow and Kaley Cuoco’s sleek menswear ensembles, E!’s “Who Wore It Better?” determines who triumphed in the freshest styles.  Throughout the show, a slew of fashion experts offer insider tips on what to avoid when emulating these bold wardrobe choices.  Additionally, we hit the streets and social media to see what people think about the latest crazes and check out how YOU are rocking the trends.  Plus, the hosts go back in time for a glimpse at the many looks of pop culture phenom Taylor Swift, and reveal how she has remained a fashion icon throughout her style evolution.  Find out how the stars become the biggest style trendsetters, how to recreate the most-coveted celebrity looks, and most importantly, who stunned…and who didn’t, when “Who Wore It Better?” premieres Thursday, December 11th at 9:00pm ET/PT.

Posted by:TV By The Numbers

blog comments powered by Disqus