Frock Me

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Frock Me
Genre Fashion / Music / Teen
Presented by Alexa Chung
Henry Holland
Gemma Cairney
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 13
Location(s) UK / USA
Camera setup Season 1: Multi-camera studio Season 2: Single-camera location
Running time 30 minutes
Original network T4 (Channel 4)
Picture format 16:9 SD PAL
Original release 5 October 2008 – 16 November 2008
Followed by 25 April 2010 – 30 May 2010
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Frock Me is a British fashion and music television series hosted by fashion icon Alexa Chung, designer Henry Holland and style scout Gemma Cairney.[1] The show has a fast-paced magazine format exploring the relationship between and influences of music and fashion on each other; featuring big-name designers, celebrity guests and bands. It was first broadcast within Channel 4's teen zone T4 from October 2008 as a seven-part studio series. A second location-based series of six episodes aired on T4 and late-night Channel 4 in April/May 2010.

Each episode of the show was themed around a current youth and fashion trend, and explored the music and fashion connections and influences behind each trend. The guests, features and bands in each show related to this theme.

The funding for the second series of the show was provided by UK clothing retailer TK Maxx.[2]

List of Episodes[edit]

Series One Themes (Autumn/Winter 2008)[edit]

  1. Rock & Roll Jeans
  2. Logos Slogans and Labels
  3. Club Chic
  4. Gothic Horror
  5. Vintage
  6. Sportswear
  7. Anti-Fashion

Series Two Themes (Spring/Summer 2010)[edit]

  1. Military
  2. Underwear as Outerwear
  3. Prints
  4. Americana
  5. Romance
  6. Festival Fashion


  1. ^ "Alexa Chung to front new fashion show". Marie Claire. 2008-09-01. Retrieved 2011-09-19. 
  2. ^ Cassidy, Anne (2010-04-09). "TK Maxx funds C4 fashion show Frock Me - Marketing news". Marketing magazine. Retrieved 2011-09-19. 

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