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The Fab 5 are coming to your living room in brick form. Lego will release a 974-piece building set inspired by Netflix makeover series Queer Eye, which recently won its fourth consecutive Emmy for outstanding structured reality program.
Available Oct. 1, Lego’s Queer Eye Fab 5 Loft playset ($100) includes mini figurines of show hosts Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Jonathan Van Ness as well as their original Atlanta apartment in a tabletop-sized set. Berk helped design the Lego interiors, and set includes a kitchen, a grooming station, a clothing rack, a transformation chamber and a living room with a couch and big screen TV. The kit also comes with Bruley, the French bulldog (who passed away in 2019); before and after figurines of Kathi Dooley (Van Ness’ high school music teacher); swivel salon chairs; Brown’s scrapbook and other accessories.
Although the makeover show hosts have previously inked brand ambassadorships and released products, books and collaborations under their own names, the Lego set marks the first time that they’ve been immortalized into palm-sized plastic figurines. L.A.-based Berk has long had a namesake home furnishings brand and has released collections with A.R.T Furniture and Wayfair.
The Fab 5’s most recent releases include Porowski’s second cookbook, Let’s Do Dinner, which debuted on Sept. 14, and Van Ness’ first JVN haircare brand that landed at Sephora earlier this month. The hairstylist and podcast host has also written a children’s book and a New York Times best-selling autobiography. Brown released a kid’s book in 2019 and the co-founder of the men’s skincare line, Mantl. Resident fashion expert France, who previously owned (and later sold) luxury women’s swimwear brand Kingdom & State, collaborated with Etsy last year on a line of home accessories. Queer Eye also has a line of branded apparel and accessories, and a portion of proceeds from the show merch is donated to nonprofit organization Ali Forney Center.
In addition to its 2021 Emmy win for outstanding structured reality program, Queer Eye‘s previous four seasons have won awards for outstanding casting, cinematography, directing, hosting and picture editing for a reality program and best production design for a variety, reality or competition series.
Can’t get enough of the Fab Five? Ahead, shop more products from the Queer Eye stars.
Let’s Do Dinner by Antoni Porowski
I Am Perfectly Designed by Karamo Brown
JVN Nurture Hydrating Shampoo
Bobby Berk Leather Arm Chair
Peanut Goes for the Gold by Jonathan Van Ness
Over the Top by Jonathan Van Ness
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Taraji P. Henson