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Celebrity stylist Johnny Wujek set to host first TikTok reality show style competition for all

Costume designer and stylist to Katy Perry and Mariah Carey, Johnny Wujek, is set to host TikTok's first-ever reality show style competition, dubbed Step & Repeat.  

Executive produced by digital fashion company Glamhive and iconic beauty brand Mary Kay Global Design Studio, the premier show goes live on June 22.

Acting judges are celebrity stylist Nicole Chavez (Kristen Bell, Jessica Simpson), celebrity hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons (the Kardashians), and Claire Sulmers, Founder + CEO of Fashion Bomb Daily.

Costume designer and stylist to Katy Perry and Mariah Carey, Johnny Wujek, is set to host TikTok's first-ever reality show style competition, dubbed Step & Repeat

Executive produced by digital fashion company Glamhive and iconic beauty brand Mary Kay Global Design Studio, the premier show goes live on June 22.

Glamhive was the first online company to offer the services of celebrity stylists —including the likes of Tara Swennen, Jennifer Rade and Janelle Miller — to the world.

These stylists, along with a roster of image makers and business leaders, are coming together to create something fresh and of the moment.

'Our vision for this show is to harness the power of entertainment content and combine it with big-name talent and user generated content,' said founder Stephanie Sprangers. 'It's one of the first, if not *the* first of its kind.'

'Our vision for this show is to harness the power of entertainment content and combine it with big-name talent and user generated content,' said founder Stephanie Sprangers

The format is a style competition with challenges announced each week, for five weeks

Kristen Bell and Jessica Simpson's stylist Nicole Chavez, is an acting judge

A-list judges: The Kardashians' hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons (left), and Founder + CEO of Fashion Bomb Daily, Claire Sulmers


The format is a style competition with new challenges each week (starting when the show goes live on June 22nd), for five weeks.

Anyone from anywhere can participate and every Tuesday three winners will be selected and the next challenge will be announced. 

'Our goal is inclusivity + opportunity,' shared Stephanie. 

Glamhive was the first online company to offer the services of celebrity stylists —including the likes of Tara Swennen (left)  and Jennifer Rade (right)

Winning contestants will receive a cash prize of $1,000 plus an hour-long one-on-one virtual call with a notable expert in the field of fashion, beauty and business

Winning contestants will receive a cash prize of $1,000 plus an hour-long one-on-one virtual call with a notable expert in the field of fashion, beauty and business. 

'Winners have the opportunity for a conversation that could truly be life-changing. This is what excites everyone the most.'

VP & Partner of L'Agence Tara Rudes, celebrity barber Quentin Thrash and A-list makeup artist Mary Wiles are just a few of the participating professionals. 

During the session, mentors are available to answer any questions on the industry, reveal how they made it, plus offer their best career advice.  

For more information, visit https://www.glamhive.com/tiktok. 


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