Oprah Show Producer Makeovers - Work to Evening Wear Makeovers
They've worked behind the scenes for years. Now—with knockout clothes and kicked-up hair and makeup—these women are ready for their close-ups.
O, The Oprah Magazine | From the June 2011 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
Denise has spent 19 seasons constructing and lighting elaborate sets for The Oprah Winfrey Show stage. "I've gotten to do so many really big, exciting things. In 2008 I arranged for us to have a 22,000-gallon tank of water for David Blaine to hold his breath in for 17 minutes—right after taping a "Favorite Things" episode. My team and I love when we can make the biggest impact possible and then take it away without a trace." Given the nature of Denise's job, "dresses would not be my first choice most days." But for a special occasion—say, a wrap party?—this plunge-neck silk crepe gown (AllDressedUp, $930) is magic
The Wardrobe: "A halter enhances Tara's chest and toned arms. And if you want to stand out, this is your color." —Adam Glassman
The Hair: "Texture, volume, and movement all add oomph to short hair."—Ken Paves
The Makeup: "Just a touch of bronzer on Tara's cheeks gives the most natural, sun-kissed look."—Jeannia Robinette
Earrings, Meus Designs. Bracelet, Maya Brenner. Ring, H.Stern. Shoes, Stuart Weitzman.