What’s the story?

Style Fixers.

I’ll need more information.

Style Fixers – which aired as a pilot on the BBC Scotland channel last year – has now been commissioned as a six-part series.

It charts the adventures of an intrepid and energetic duo who love rummaging in second-hand shops to unearth style gems.

According to the blurb: “They live for repurposing and upcycling, turning the drab and dated into fabulous and on fleek.”

HeraldScotland: Alannah Carson and Jamie Grandison present Style Fixers. Picture: Mighty Scotland/BBC ScotlandAlannah Carson and Jamie Grandison present Style Fixers. Picture: Mighty Scotland/BBC Scotland

The elevator pitch?

A fun fashion version of Bargain Hunt meets Money For Nothing. With drag queen sass. And a keen magpie eye.

Describe the format?

By day, best friends Alannah Carson and Jamie Grandison are make-up artists. By night, they rustle up glam costumes for drag shows where Grandison is the star act.

The TV series sees the pair go head-to-head (“we thrive on drama … and competition”) as they share styling tips with viewers and show off their skills.

Anything else?

With a £30 budget to fund their thrifty finds and using some innovative upcycling (hot glue guns are go!), their goal is to prove that you don’t need oodles of cash to create a chic and confident look.

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Each week, their clients will help decide who has done the best job and declare a winner.

When can I watch?

Style Fixers begins on BBC Scotland, Monday, 11pm.