In the first-season finale, a winner is selected. But first, one of the final three contestants is eliminated after an interview with Vivica, the panel and agent Timothy Priano. Later, in the final competition, the remaining two contestants style a celebrity for a magazine spread. The winner receives $100,000 and representation by Timothy Priano.
Judge Phillip Bloch schools the contestants on what to do in case of a fashion emergency, and then they're given their assignment: style a Hollywood It Girl for a night of partying. However, some of the players start partying themselves while there's still work to be done.
The contestants try their hand at men's fashions when they set out to create a style for the band A Cursive Memory. Trouble arises when one competitor gets drunk and becomes hostile, causing problems with the band and endangering his team.
Melissa Rivers gives the contestants tips on red-carpet styling before they face the challenge of styling actress Aimee Garcia for a movie premiere. One person presents an ensemble that gets deemed "the hooker outfit," but that doesn't guarantee elimination since some contestants are demonstrating bad behavior.
In the series opener of this reality show, aspiring celebrity stylists begin competing in the areas of hair, makeup and wardrobe, trying to create a distinct look that will prove career-launching. Each week their work is judged by actress Vivica A. Fox, stylist Phillip Bloch and Us Weekly's Melanie Bromley. In the end, the winner gets to style a star and receives $100,000.