Tan France Wiki, Husband, Family, Parents, Net Worth
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Tan France is an English fashion designer who has also dabbled in television and writing. He is most known for his role as one of the "Fab Five" queer specialists on Netflix's "Queer Eye," focusing on fashion.

He's also the host of the Netflix online series 'Dressing Funny,' and the co-host of 'Next in Fashion.' During his fashion designing days, he developed the clothing brand ‘Kingdom & State,' which mirrored the Mormon dress code for ladies.

He is perhaps the first Muslim of South Asian ancestry to openly admit his homosexuality on American television.

Career & Net Worth

Tan France began his career as a retail fashion designer after studying fashion in college. Initially, he worked for the Zara fashion chain. Subsequently, he moved on to big fashion houses such as Selfridges, Chanel, and Bershka to broaden his design, delivery, and wholesale production skills.

He started working in the United States in 2008 when he was stationed in New York City, the world's fashion center. Then in 2015, he settled down in the States.

Following his tenure as Company Director at Shade Apparel, he created his own women's fashion brand, Kingdom & State, which contained dresses that adhered to Mormon clothing requirements.


He then went on to create a couple of more or less known apparel companies. His designs eventually garnered favor with stores like Forever 21 and ModCloth, who bought his designs.

In 2016, he co-founded, fashion-designed, and served as the CEO of Rachel Parcell Inc, a clothing brand sold at Nordstrom, an American luxury department store.

The 38-year-old retired, selling his enterprises, and soon after was contacted by Netflix to serve as a fashion consultant on the show ‘Queer Eye,' which premiered in February 2018.

This was a watershed moment in his career, as he rose to fame by gently instructing ordinary people, primarily males, on how to dress and get a fashion makeover on the show.

Tan France Career, Net Worth

In 2019, he made a cameo appearance among a number of other celebrities in Taylor Swift's song "You Need to Calm Down," which effectively advocates equal rights for all individuals, including homosexuals.

He is now co-hosting the Netflix reality show "Next in Fashion." In June 2021, he released his book, ‘Naturally Tan.'

As for his net worth, he is estimated to have accumulated $6 million. 

Married, Husband, Kids

France is in a blissful relationship with husband Rob France, a self-taught freelance illustrator who sells his one-of-a-kind, unique works online.

Some sources claim the two first met on a dating site back in 2008 and hit it off immediately, while reported that they met on a BT call center job. He (Tan) then told his friends, parents, siblings, which shocked them all. 

Tan France Married, Partner, Children

The fashion designer said religion had a significant part when asked why the two got along so well despite coming from disparate backgrounds.

“It made it easier to date somebody who had similarities to me. I don’t drink alcohol, I don’t smoke. We practice some of our religions’ practices. We don’t practice them all. We practice what works for us.”

They had already known they wanted to spend their lives together, i.e., reside in the same state, not long after they started dating. However, Tan, who was living in New York at the time, had a soft spot for Salt Lake and chose to relocate after falling in love with Rob.

As for the engagement, it was pretty short and straightforward. Whoever had watched the second episode of 'Queer Eye' (season 2) mustn't have missed out on Tan'snon-proposal to his boyfriend.

“You know there wasn’t an actual proposal. It was a case of, ‘we're going to get married one day, right?’ ‘Yeah, of course we are.' We just had agreed it was going to happen one day and then we arranged the date."

This year, France announced their pregnancy news via Instagram on April 13, posting a shirtless photo holding a sonogram. 

Tan France Married, Husband, Children

Then, after a couple of months, they welcomed their son Ismail France on July 10. Unfortunately, Ismail came 7 weeks early, so he had been in the NICU for 3 weeks. So until August 3, the couple couldn't bring their son home.

Bio (Age): Family, Parents, Ethnicity

Tan France was born Tanveer Wasim Safdar to Pakistani Muslim parents on April 20, 1983, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England.

He attended Hall Cross School before going on to Doncaster College to study fashion.

He used to help his grandpa, who used to make denim for Disney and other businesses when he was a teenager. This was his first encounter with clothing, and this experience sparked his passion for fashion.

When he was 10 years old, he also began to cook.


As he belonged to a devoted Muslim ethnic heritage, he had to dress modestly to disguise his sexual inclination growing up. He had been put through physical and verbal bigotry throughout his youth, but it was not until much later in life that he received acceptance from his family.

Body Measurement: Height & Weight

As per wiki, the Doncaster native stands at the height of 5 feet 9 inches which is 1.8 m and weighs around 75 kgs which is 165 lbs.

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