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Slideshow: Exclusive Portraits of Tim Gunn at Chicagoland Book Signing

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CHICAGO – Fashion guru Tim Gunn is dispensing his wisdom yet again. As the 10th season of “Project Runway” winds down, Gunn has released a new book, “Tim Gunn’s Fashion Bible: The Fascinating History of Everything in your Closet.” He was recently in Naperville, Illinois, signing books at Anderson’s Bookshop.

Film Review: Only the Kiddies Will Connect to ‘The Smurfs’

The Smurfs

CHICAGO – There is nothing wrong with “The Smurfs” that a thousand volts of electricity couldn’t cure. It is well made, looks good in the optional 3-D and has a competent cast trying their hardest. What it lacks is a spark, either of nostalgia or a fresh update, as it meanders with the seen-it-all-before template.

Interview: Tim Gunn on ‘Project Runway,’ New Book, Current Fashion

CHICAGO – October 28th is the season finale of Lifetime Network’s popular “Project Runway,” As contestants Andy, Mondo and Gretchen take their final designs to New York’s Fashion Week, backstage will be the show’s mentor, the inimitable Tim Gunn. His new book is “Gunn’s Golden Rules: Life’s Little Lessons for Making It Work.”

HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: VIP Prize Pack For ‘Project Runway’ on Lifetime With Heidi Klum

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CHICAGO – In this edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: TV, we have one VIP prize pack up for grabs to Lifetime’s “Project Runway” with supermodel and fashion maven Heidi Klum!

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