Trinny And Susannah Undress The Nation

Friday 14 November, 9.30pm

Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine (What Not To Wear) were born to shop, but would they be able to if they were over a size 16? On tonight’s episode of Trinny And Susannah Undress The Nation, style gurus Trinny and Susannah and an army of curvaceous, would-be fashionistas want to redress the balance on the high street and champion better clothing for plus-size women.

In the UK, 45 per cent of women are a size 16 or above, yet they often feel poorly served by the fashion industry. These curvy ladies who love their clothes are faced with frumpy, poorly fitting outfits and scaled up versions of a size 10 garment which rarely suit a plus-size lady.

Trinny and Susannah want to prove to retailers that bigger women can look just as fabulous in stylish clothes as slim women, and aim to design their own plus-size range.

Friday 31 October, 9.30pm

Style gurus Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine (What Not To Wear) want Britain to get glamorous on Trinny And Susannah Undress The Nation tonight. The pair yearn for the age of glamour, like the 1950s, when people dressed to impress.

Each week Trinny And Susannah Undress The Nation sees the straight-talking wardrobe witches uncover style and fashion problems en masse across Britain. Undertaking the micro and the macro, they continue their campaign to find out why as a nation, England is so badly dressed.

Their mission tonight is to show women that glamour is nothing to be scared of. They have invited a hundred women from all over the UK to come to a London nightclub, and bring the most glamorous item in their wardrobe. Having found out what Britain finds glamorous, Trinny and Susannah take on teaching the women their rules of glamour.

Friday 24 October, 9.30pm

Style gurus Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine (What Not To Wear) are back on TV ONE uncovering style and fashion problems en masse across Britain in a second series of Trinny And Susannah Undress The Nation.

Trinny and Susannah tackle some of the country’s major dress issues and organise mass events designed to champion the consumer. Undertaking the micro and the macro, they continue their campaign to find out why, as a nation, England is so badly dressed. Each week the pair take on a different challenges, including bottoms, big girls, shopping, and glamour.

The British bottom has been forgotten, the bit of a woman’s body they never see has become source of horror. In episode one, Trinny and Susannah take a group of ladies who are bottom-phobic on a journey to help them learn to love and dress their bums. Having dealt with many women’s, and men’s, body issues in previous programmes, the girls know that they’re in for a tough task to get women to be objective about their bottoms.