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Jo Brand
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Trinny Woodall

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Trinny Woodall

English fashion advisor and designer, television presenter and author add

Category: Fashion

Born in 1964.

Countries: United Kingdom (50%), United States (17%), (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Susannah Constantine, BBC, Press release

Linked to: Shop Direct Group, BBC, Harrods, Harvey Nichols

 

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Trinny Woodall was born in 1964 add something


1994

Woodall and Susannah Constantine first collaborated in 1994 on "Ready to Wear", a weekly style guide for "The Daily Telegraph" which ran for seven years add something

 

Susannah Constantine - In 1994, she first met Trinny Woodall at a party hosted by David,_Viscount_Linley (David_Armstrong-Jones,_Viscount_Linley)

 

Susannah Constantine - She met Trinny Woodall in 1994 who both proceeded to write a weekly fashion column, "Ready to Wear"


1999

She married musician turned company director Johnnie Elichaoff in 1999, at her family church, St Columba's, situated in Pont Street, Knightsbridge add something


2000

She and Constantine later became co-founders of Ready2shop.com, a dot-com fashion advice business, but it ceased trading in November 2000 for lack of funds add something


2001

She and Constantine worked on the show from 2001 to 2005, combining their knowledge of fashion to improve the dress sense of the candidates selected for the show add something

 

They were commissioned by the BBC to host "What Not to Wear" in 2001 add something

 

The business dissolved in July 2001 and lost its investors a reputed £10 million add something

 

Susannah Constantine - Constantine began co-hosting "What Not to Wear" with Trinny Woodall in 2001, which required using her fashion advice and expertise in order to reform participants' appearances and fashion style


2002

During the BBC's 2002 "Children in Need" appeal, Woodall and Constantine sang their own version of Madonna's "Vogue" in front of celebrity backing singers add something

 

In 2002, Woodall and Constantine won a Royal Television Society Award for their work on "What Not to Wear", in the category of best factual presenter add something

 

The show itself was nominated for the Features Award at the BAFTAS in both 2002 and 2003 add something

 

Their first major book, "What Not to Wear", was published in 2002 add something

 

Woodall and Susannah Constantine became the targets of gem thieves during a visit to the Cannes film festival in 2002 add something

 

"The Independent", 21 January 2002 add something

 

"The Sunday Herald", 8 September 2002 add something

 

"The Guardian", 14 December 2002 add something

 

"The Telegraph", 18 December 2002 add something

 

"London Evening Standard", 20 December 2002 add something

 

"The Telegraph", 21 December 2002 add something

 

"Independent on Sunday", 22 December 2002 add something

 

"The Guardian", 22 December 2002 add something

 

Lesley Joseph - In 2002, Joseph appeared on a special edition of "What Not to Wear", where she was given a makeover by Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine


2003

In 2003 the launched their shareware range Trinny & Susannah's Original Magic Knickers which are sold in 30 countries around the world add something

 

It gained them a British Book Award in 2003 for The TV & Film Book of the Year add something

 

Their first appearance in 2003 coincided with the host's now infamous interview with Meg Ryan add something

 

Woodall and Constantine became the faces of Nescafé in 2003, featuring in advertisements promoting the brand of coffee add something

 

BBC Press Office, 1 February 2003 add something


2004

After success with viewing figures on BBC Two, the show was promoted to the more mainstream BBC One in 2004 add something

 

Children in Need 2004 saw them giving "EastEnders" characters Little Mo and Mo Harris a makeover à la "What Not to Wear" add something

 

BBC Press Office, 9 November 2004 add something

 

"The Telegraph", 9 November 2004 add something

 

Sophie Raworth - In 2004 Raworth appeared on the BBC fashion show "What Not to Wear", in which she was given a makeover by style advisors Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine

 

Jo Brand - In 2004, Brand appeared in a special episode of "What Not to Wear", where fashion gurus Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine gave her a makeover

 

Trisha Goddard - For a "What Not to Wear" Christmas special aired on 22 December 2004, Goddard was given a fashion makeover by Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine


2005

Also in 2005, Woodall voiced a robot version of herself in the well-known science fiction series "Doctor Who", in episode "Bad Wolf" add something


2006

In 2006, Woodall and Constantine launched their own underwear range "Trinny and Susannah Magic Pants" which are made from nylon to flatten the tummy, buttocks and thighs, in order to make the areas appear slimmer add something

 

The duo became the faces of the home shopping company, Littlewoods Direct, when orders rose thirty per cent during its sponsorship of their &ITV (ITV_(TV_network)) programme "Trinny & Susannah Undress" in 2006 add something

 

"The Sun", 17 April 2006 add something

 

"The Daily Mirror", 30 September 2006 add something

 

"Manchester Evening News", 9 October 2006 add something


2007

After becoming the faces of Littlewoods Direct, they released their own Littlewoods clothing range and latest fashion advice book, "The Body Shape Bible", in 2007 add something

 

In 2007, Woodall appeared on "Comic Relief Does The Apprentice" in order to raise money for Comic Relief add something

 

"The Independent on Sunday", 9 April 2007 add something

 

"The Sun", 10 April 2007 add something

 

"The Guardian", 16 September 2007 add something

 

"The Sunday Mirror", 16 September 2007 add something

 

Their latest book, "The Body Shape Bible", was published on 18 September 2007 add something

 

The fashion duo launched their own clothing range exclusively for Littlewoods Direct on 20 September 2007 add something

 

"Daily Express", 24 September 2007 add something

 

"Liverpool Daily Post", 31 October 2007 add something


2008

"The Sun", 15 January 2008 add something

 

They reported for "Good Morning America" on the fashion at the 80th Academy Awards' red carpet event in February 2008 add something

 

"Metro", 25 February 2008 add something

 

"Courier Mail", 8 March 2008 add something

 

The couple announced their separation and intention to divorce on 19 October 2008 add something


2009

In 2009 she Launched their International Makeover Mission series add something


2012

In 2012 Trinny and Susannah launched a range of Bodyshape Clothing for QVC UK. add something


2014

Jonny Elichaoff died in November 2014 suffering from depression add something


2016

In 2016, Trinny began regular appearances on &ITV (ITV_(TV_network)) This Morning Show as their fashion style expert add something