Paul Wharton Style
The Paul Wharton Style is a trailblazing approach that will unite the indomitable forces of fashion, beauty, food and fitness. Paul’s diverse and unique experiences with all four of these forces, his personal style and presence and celebrity connections position him to be the expert who will connect every dot with flair. It takes a person like Paul who understands each element of fashion, beauty, lifestyle, television, video, pets, travel, and celebrity to coach and teach the world about the interconnectedness in each component.
As an author, entrepreneur with a medical skin care line, an upcoming juice line, fashion and beauty consultant, lifestyle aficionado, expert in front of and behind the camera and so much more, Paul is pivotally positioned to share keen insight and wisdom to make the world more beautiful once person and one blog entry at a time.
Paul Wharton is a television personality, journalist, producer, beauty and lifestyle expert and pop culture enthusiast. Paul can be seen weekly as the Lifestyle & Fashion Contributor on Fox 5’s Good Day DC morning show and was recently featured sharing his Lifestyle advice on The Today Show. Paul’s new book “Pulling It All Together” will be released in September 2017 (Skyhorse Publishing). As an entrepreneur, Paul’s businesses include Paul Wharton Model Management, The Squeeze Juice, Paul Wharton Beauty Skin Care line and the corporate catering company Hungry. In the beginning of his career, Paul worked with Wilhelmina as a model/actor and stylist, and was tapped as the original on-air model coach on the Emmy winning MTV series MADE in 2003. After MADE, Paul became an on-air makeover guru on The Ricki Lake Show, and was featured as the energetic and insightful model coach on Vh-1’s The Agency. The following year Paul went on to share his model making expertise on TV Land’s She’s Got the Look. After years of working with models, Paul joined the cast of TV One’s Makeover Manor to share his fashion advice with ordinary people that overcame extraordinary circumstances and stayed on with TV One as the co-host of their first live platform show, The DNC Live After Party. In addition to his work on Makeover Manor, Paul has shared his style advice on CNN’s The Situation Room as well as the national Fox News Channel. After TV One, Paul co-hosted BET’s Who Wore What, a red carpet fashion commentary program. Paul was featured as a supporting cast member on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of DC. Paul has hosted and produced several shows in partnership with Tribune Broadcasting including The Metropolitan Cooking and Entertaining Show, Where the Elite Meet, The Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Show and Paul Wharton Style, a talk show featuring celebrity interviews and fun lifestyle segments presented by The General Motors Corporation.