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The City

A Canadian drama series about the lives of metropolitan Toronto residents whose worlds intersect despite class and economic barriers.

Premiered: September 7, 2003

Rating: None

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Whitney: From The Hills to The City Season 0, Episode 0 Dec 10, 2008 Paid

From The Hills to The City is hosted by Whitney Port as she looks back on her life in Los Angeles before making her move to the fashion capital of the world, New York City. Featuring clips from all four seasons of The Hills and sneak peaks from her new series, The City, Whitney will revisit Teen Vogue – from her first uncertain days as an intern to her promotion as Lauren’s boss. She will look back at the thrill of learning the hectic ins and outs of the runway world as a stylist for PR maven Kelly Cutrone at People’s Revolution, recount her trip to romantic Paris and remember her embarrassing fall in front of millions during a fashion show on national TV. Through it all, her strong friendship with Lauren Conrad and determination to make it to the top of the fashion industry guide her to the job of a lifetime with style icon Diane Von Furstenberg, and an exciting new romance in the city that never sleeps.

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A Toast To Good Things
01:23 — Roxy goes out to a business dinner with Zach that seems more like a date.
All About The Dragon Ring
01:24 — Erin and Joe go to LA for Fergie's ELLE cover shoot and Erin tries to dissuade Joe from using a look pulled by Olivia.
I'm Gonna Pass And That's Gonna Be It
00:48 — Olivia tells Erin that she's not interested in doing anything on Whitney's new line. Period.
Whitney's Fashion Show
01:50 — The Whitney Eve 2010 Spring show is underway but not without a few snags along the way.

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  • Premiered: September 7, 2003
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: A Canadian drama series about the lives of metropolitan Toronto residents whose worlds intersect despite class and economic barriers. (more)

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