OK, I have to admit I have had a bit of a crush on George Kotsiopoulos ever since the first time I saw him on Fashion Police. I mean, come on, he is so super cute and that smile makes me melt every time. Having said that, can you imagine how excited I was when I found out I was going to interview him? I think I was very professional and did a good job of hiding my school girl crush during the interview, however. It was a pleasure to interview George and find out what a sweet, genuine guy he is shortly before his appearance here in South Florida at Sawgrass Mills on Friday, October 25.
At what age did you originally get interested in fashion?
Did you have a unique fashion style as a child?
What was your first professional job in Fashion?
Who was the first famous person you styled?
Who are your favorite people to style?
Who do you think is the best dressed male and female nowadays?
What is a fashion must-have for all men?
What’s the “it” product for men’s fashion right now?
What’s a very important tip in fashion?
How did you get the job on Fashion Police?
How is it working with Giuliana, Kelly and Joan? Is it as fun as it looks?
How come such a sexy man like yourself is single? What qualities are you looking for in a man?
I want a guy who takes care of himself physically, as I do, and he should be fun and funny and smart and of course ambitious. And I need someone who I can plop into many situations and he can take care of himself. He also needs to be charming, but not too charming.
What’s ahead for George?
I have a book coming out in January that’s called “Glamorous by George.” I am also working on a clothing line that will debut sometime next year. In addition, I am looking to do more television. I want to stay on television as long as television will have me.
Don’t forget to see George in person at The Colonnade Outlets at Sawgrass Mills Tour de Fashion on Friday, October 25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $30 for the Designer Level and $75 for the Couture Level. This is a charity event and 100% of the profits go to 35 local charities including Poverello and Pride Center.
Tickets can be purchased at: ColonnadeOutletsTourDeFashion.com.