The Fox Problem

The Fox Problem : Style Picks

We've been catching up with the presenters of new Google+ show 'The Fox Problem' to get the lowdown on their essential Motel items. Radio 1 Dj and ex-stylist Gemma Cairney, first lady of SBTV Georgia L-A and T4's Georgie Okell, are 3 fashion loving foxes who know their stuff when it comes to music, hot gossip and how to throw a party!

I LOVE the cut out shoulder Maria top. It's sexy and so versatile!

- Georgia L-A

I love the KADIE SKIRT in LETTERS PRINT! #Foxy

- Gemma Cairney

interview with Georgia L-A.

Hey, we’re very excited for the launch of your new show – can you tell us a bit about it?

So are we!!!! It's a huge web 2.0 party in a pub that we're producing as well as presenting (no pressure then), it's been a long time coming and we can't really believe it! Google plus means no TV rules so anything could literally happen.

What is your idea of a perfect night out? And what would be your perfect outfit to wear on it?

It would probably be at a festival with my pals – catch some dinner sitting on the grass next to a lake or something, then go and dance ridiculously and cause mischief in a tent somewhere?! Outfit would probably be a glittery carnival headdress and some kind of mental patterned gold robe. The kind of fashion you can only get away with at festivals basically.

What is your favourite trend for SS13?

I can't get enough of backpacks right now that are big enough for a spare pair of shoes - can't imagine ever not using them?!

What is the foxiest thing in your wardrobe?

Probably my fluffy stole hand warmer neck cover thing that I'm wearing in the promo video – makes even trackies to the shops an event!

What are your 3 favourite pieces on Motelrocks at the moment?

I LOVE the cut out shoulder top I've been wearing it loads. Long body-con skirts are great – sexy and versatile and the printed leggings with the letters are so 90's!

The Fox Problem is live via Google Hangouts every Tuesday at 7.30pm from 12th March.

So tune in and become part of The Fox Problem, it’s social TV that answers back.


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