Bravo's Gallery Girls is a docu-series that follows the lives of seven dynamic and ambitious young women in New York City who tackle the cutthroat environment of the art world while vying for their dream jobs. From gallery openings and art shows to the hottest events in the city, the women share a passion for art -- but are divided between their Manhattan and Brooklyn lifestyles with vastly different views and tastes towards fashion, art, and men. Attempting to juggle a chic and fabulous standard of living, the ladies tackle financial struggles, family issues, and the pressures of jump starting their lives in the city that never sleeps.

Gallery Girls - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2012-08-13

Gallery Girls - Spice Girls - Netflix

The Spice Girls are an English pop girl group formed in 1994. The group comprised Melanie Brown (“Scary Spice”), Melanie Chisholm (“Sporty Spice”), Emma Bunton (“Baby Spice”), Geri Halliwell (“Ginger Spice”), and Victoria Beckham, née Adams (“Posh Spice”). They were signed to Virgin Records and released their debut single “Wannabe” in 1996, which hit number one in 37 countries and established their global success. Their debut album Spice sold more than 31 million copies worldwide, becoming the best-selling album by a female group in history. Their follow-up album Spiceworld sold over 20 million copies worldwide. The Spice Girls have sold 85 million records worldwide, making them the best-selling female group of all time, one of the best-selling pop groups of all time, and the biggest British pop success since The Beatles. Among the highest profile acts in 1990s British popular culture, Time called them “arguably the most recognisable face” of Cool Britannia, the mid-1990s celebration of youth culture in the UK. Measures of their success include international record sales, a 2007–2008 reunion tour, merchandising, iconic symbolism such as Halliwell's Union Jack dress representing “girl power”, and a film, Spice World. The group became one of the most successful marketing engines ever, earning up to $75 million per year, with their global gross income estimated at $500–800 million by May 1998. Under the guidance of their mentor and manager Simon Fuller, the Spice Girls embraced merchandising and became a regular feature of the British and global press. In 1996, Top of the Pops magazine gave each member of the group aliases, which were adopted by the group and media. According to Rolling Stone journalist and biographer David Sinclair, “Scary, Baby, Ginger, Posh and Sporty were the most widely recognised group of individuals since John, Paul, George, and Ringo”. With the “girl power” label, the Spice Girls were popular cultural icons of the 1990s. They are cited as part of the 'second wave' 1990s British Invasion of the US.

Gallery Girls - Publications - Netflix

Girl Power: The Official Book by the Spice Girls, Andre Deutsch Ltd (27 March 1997) ISBN 9780233991658 Real Life : Real Spice: The Official Story by the Spice Girls, Andre Deutsch Ltd (23 October 1997) ISBN 9780233992990 Geri “Ginger Nutter”: Official Spice Girls Pocket Books, Andre Deutsch Ltd (23 October 1997) ISBN 9780233993218 Emma “Baby Talking”: Official Spice Girls Pocket Books, Andre Deutsch Ltd (23 October 1997) ISBN 9780233993225 Mel C “Tuff Enuff”: Official Spice Girls Pocket Books, Andre Deutsch Ltd (23 October 1997) ISBN 9780233993249 Victoria “The High Life”: Official Spice Girls Pocket Books, Andre Deutsch Ltd (23 October 1997) ISBN 9780233993256 Mel B “Don't Be Scared”: Official Spice Girls Pocket Books, Andre Deutsch Ltd (23 October 1997) ISBN 9780233993232 Spice World The Movie: The Official Book of the Film, Ebury Press (26 November 1997) ISBN 9780091864200 Forever Spice, Little, Brown & Company (4 November 1999) ISBN 9780316853613

Gallery Girls - References - Netflix