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Clothing Care: The Clothing Doctor’s Secrets to Taking Control!
This is the Clothing Doctor’s first DVD for consumers. He shares hundreds of clothing care tips that until now had only been available on his DVD’s for drycleaners and clothing retailers. It provides simple answers to nagging questions and uses TOP 5 Lists to make it easy to understand and fun to watch. The DVD is set up just like a movie DVD with push button menus, chapters, and Bonus Tracks.
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Watch this DVD and Say Goodbye to:
- Nasty Stains
- Bleach Spots
- Scary Closets
- Ruined Neckties
- Mysterious Stains
- Laundry Disasters
- Shopping Nightmares
- Moth & Insect Damage
- Shrinking Dress Shirt Collars
- Bad Drycleaning Experiences
Steve Boorstein “The Clothing Doctor” hosts this straightforward clothing-care instructional video. Accompanied by a clothing stylist, Boorstein tackles a wide range of topics, including choosing a drycleaner, closet care, seasonal clothing storage, laundering, and stain removal. The former drycleaner offers plenty of advice, telling how to determine if a stain is water-based or oil-based, check for hidden stains, and treat soiled clothing at home, among other tips. Boorstein adds just enough personal anecdotes and visuals to keep the program entertaining as well as informative. Several sponsoring brands are touted, but the wealth of information outweighs the product endorsements. Suggested for public library collections.
In addition to her work in the US market, Ottusch has spent extensive time traveling to Europe, Asia and South America to get a truly global perspective of consumers’ fabric care needs. Prior to joining Whirlpool, Ottusch worked in many home economics-related occupations, including teaching, demonstrating and sales. She has taught classes in cooking and adult education. With both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in education, Ottusch is ideally suited to teach others about fabric care.
Matthew Kueny is the Head of Product Development for Miele USA . In this role, he oversees all product development and implementation projects for North America, including market research, product documentation and governmental affairs.
Matt began his career with Miele in 1990 as an intern while attending Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. Upon graduation, he began using his education in Mechanical Engineering and Economics as part of then Product Marketing group. Over the years, Matt became thoroughly versed in the operations of Miele USA and has also spent time working for Miele in England; evaluating and learning their business model to help guide the record growth of Miele USA .
Appointed Product Coordinator for Miele USA in 1995, he began working exclusively on the development and branding of Miele products for North America. This role ultimately led to his promotion to his current position in 2000.
Matt’s work on the innovative MasterChef Oven Collection received numerous awards, including:
- Good Design Award given by The Chicago Athenaeum:
- Home Magazine’s 2004 American Building Product Award
- 2004 Kitchen and Bath Award from Women’s Day
- iF Design Award 2004 from Industrie Forum Design Hannover.
Matt applies Miele’s credo of “Immer Besser” – “Forever Better” to enhance existing products while simultaneously looking to develop new and innovative ideas for Miele in the future.
Stacy has been working in fashion for 14 years, beginning her career at Vogue magazine as a fashion assistant and later returned to Conde Nast as the Senior Fashion Editor at Mademoiselle. She has styled fashion photos for such editorial publications as Italian D, Nylon and Contents.
She has worked with a number of celebrities including Kate Winslet and Liv Tyler, as well as on fashion shows for designers such as Rebecca Taylor and Vivienne Tam. Over the last two years, Stacy has worked with numerous advertising clients, such as Wonderbra, Covergirl, Target and Levi’s.
Stacy returns for the second season of WHAT NOT TO WEAR.
Clinton honed his fashion sensibilities and expertise with his tenure as fashion magazine editor for several noted publications. Most recently, he was Executive Editor of DNR, a New York-based weekly men’s fashion and retail trade magazine. Prior to that, he was an editor at Mademoiselle and Marie Claire.
In addition to being a fashion journalist, Clinton is also no stranger to television. During the mid-90s, he hosted a program on Q2 (part of QVC), catapulting him as one of the network’s most noted hosts.
This is Clinton’s first season on WHAT NOT TO WEAR