Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Naturally Tan written and read by Tan France.
In this heartfelt, funny, touching memoir, Tan France, star of Netflix’s Emmy award-winning Queer Eye, tells his origin story for the first time. With his trademark wit, humor, and radical compassion, Tan reveals what it was like to grow up gay in a traditional South Asian family, as one of the few people of colour in South Yorkshire. He illuminates his winding journey of coming of age, finding his voice (and style!), and happily marrying the love of his life - a Mormon cowboy from Salt Lake City.
Humorous and poignant personal essays are peppered with style advice, funny lists, and the truisms that Tan has accumulated in his journey from South Yorkshire to Netflix.
In Tan's own words, 'The book is meant to spread joy, personal acceptance, and most of all understanding. Each of us is living our own private journey, and the more we know about each other, the healthier and happier the world will be.'
"Tan's book is moving, insightful, and hilare. Any bad stories about me are totally untrue, but the rest is brilliant. Best book of the millennium!"
"Just when I thought I knew everything about Tan, he hits me with this. His story is so heartwarming, and wickedly funny."
"Who hasn’t tried the French tuck? Peppered with fashion dos and don’t s, the memoir of arguably Doncaster’s most famous TV export is a must for any Queer Eye fan."
"It's full of everything you’d hope to read from Netflix’s most popular fashion expert – styling tips, tongue-in-cheek quips and a candid, conversational dive into his personal life … It’s hard to imagine how readers wouldn’t be touched by at least one of the many stories Tan tells"
"A breezy and refreshingly candid look at the man behind the patterned shirts … a genuinely fascinating life story"
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Since becoming one of Queer Eye’s ‘Fab Five’, Brit-born stylist Tan France has gone from relative unknown to TV star, loved for his warmth (and more than a bit of sass). To mark the release his new memoir, he tells us about his struggles growing up and why we need more out and proud Asian men.