About Full Frontal FashionFULL FRONTAL FASHION, the best-known, most authoritative program in fashion, returns to Bryant Park to offer comprehensive, insider coverage of Olympus Fashion Week Spring 2007. Hosts Judy Licht, Christina Ha, Lloyd Boston and James Aguiar provide up-close coverage from the catwalks to the action backstage, with interviews and commentary by leading editors, designers and models, and party coverage by celeb photographer Patrick McMullan. Then, throughout the year, the Full Frontal team goes to the world's top runways, from Paris, to Milan to Miami and more.
Coverage on NYC TV 25 begins on September 10th at 9pm. Get the schedule.
Coverage on ULTRA HD begins on Monday, September 11th at 8pm.
Christina HaFrom Kenneth Cole to Karl Lagerfeld, Christina Ha has interviewed all the top designers in the fashion world and the editors, retailers and celebrities who covet their clothes.
As a TV host and correspondent for FULL FRONTAL FASHION, Christina follows the latest looks on today’s hottest runways and profiles the designers who make it all happen. “Full Frontal Fashion” is seen on NYC-TV in New York and nationally on the Ultra HD channel/Dish Network and on the WE: Women’s Entertainment network.
Prior to joining the FULL FRONTAL FASHION team, Christina covered the New York food and restaurant scene for the Metro Channel. Her work earned her a James Beard Award nomination for Best Local TV Food Reporting in 2000.
A University of Maryland graduate, Christina has also worked as an Entertainment Reporter for the E! channel, the Home & Lifestyle Reporter for New York 1 News and as a Community Affairs Reporter for WNYE-TV. Her broadcast career began behind the scenes at CBS Radio Networks and WCBS Newsradio 880.
Judy LichtFULL FRONTAL FASHION was the brainchild of Judy Licht, served as Managing Editor, on-air host, interviewer and commentator, conducting designer and celebrity interviews with the famous and the fabulous. Before FULL FRONTAL FASHION, Judy spent five years as the feature correspondent from WABC-TV’s Eyewitness News, where her role was described as, “the sparkplug in residence.” Whether it was food, fashion, or foibles, Ms. Licht specialized in spotting trends well before they were recognized, delivered in her wry, incisive signature style.
Judy Licht started her career at New York City’s WNYE Channel 25, where she produced and hosted several series including a nationally syndicated news program for children. She moved on to ABC TV’s Kansas City affiliate, where she co-hosted a daily live talk show. Returning to New York, Judy briefly co-hosted Channel 5’s Midday Live, before moving on to The Ten O’Clock News as a general assignment reporter. She was later promoted to co-anchor with John Roland. Born and raised in New York City, Judy Licht is married to advertising executive Jerry Della Femina and they have two children, a daughter, Jessie, and a son, J.T.
Lloyd BostonThe author of three best-selling celebrity style books: Make Over Your Man (Doubleday), Men of Color (Artisan), and his newest, Before You Put That On: 365 Daily Style Tips for Her (Simon and Schuster), Boston regularly shares his solutions to achieving great style with Oprah, Katie Couric, the ladies of The View, and their millions of viewers.
A “style friend” to countless TV viewers who depend on his savvy, real-life style advice, Lloyd is most visible as the regular On-Air Fashion Editor for America’s #1 morning show NBC’s Today Show, expert voice on WE Network’s FULL FRONTAL FASHION, and sidekick style guy on Style Network’s #1 show, The Look for Less.
Named one of Crain Magazine’s esteemed “Forty Under Forty”, Lloyd Boston is the former VP of Art Direction for Tommy Hilfiger USA, Inc. and remains a creative consultant and spokesperson for the brand at large, and is also currently the national spokesperson for both the Jones New York and LensCrafters brands.
James AguiarWhen New York retail legend Dawn Mello hand-picked James Aguiar for the coveted Fashion Director slot at Bergdorf Goodman, she had a plan. After all, it was Mello whose vision guided the venerable Fifth Avenue retailer for over a decade—and it was she who (now famously) plucked fashion designer Tom Ford from obscurity in 1993 to lead GUCCI into the new millennium. Her stamp of approval, the fashion equivalent to being knighted, sent shock waves through the fashion world. As style guru for the most exclusive retailer in the world, Aguiar became a preferred media source for witty and to the point commentary on fashion.
Before long an opportunity to overhaul the legendary Paris fashion house Nina Ricci proved hard to resist. His lauded Spring 2003 collection for the house proved that Dawn Mello is a fashion prophet. “James Aguiar, in his debut at Nina Ricci, hit all the right notes with a confident, well-executed collection,” reported Women’s Wear Daily in October 2002.