Genevieve Gorder has a hourglass shaped body. Below is all her body measurements including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size and more!
Genevieve was born July 26, 1974 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She originally studied international affairs at the Lewis & Clark College but later switched her focus to design. She eventually earned her B.F.A degree in design from the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and her first job was for MTV. Slowly making her name as a designer, Genevieve rose to prominence after her appearance on TLC’s popular series Trading Spaces.Since 2009, Gorder is starring on various HGTV shows that revolve around interior decoration and design. She lives with her daughter from the past marriage. Genevieve was married to Tyler Harcott from 2006 til 2013. She is not single though. Her current boyfriend is Anthony Carrion, the host of Kitchen Cousins.
Body Measurements Statistics
All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Height:||5’ 10” (178 cm)|
|Weight:||143 pounds (65 kg)|
|Breasts-Waist-Hips:||37-26-37 inches (94-66-94 cm)|
|Breast implants or natural?:||Natural|
“And the relationships that happen become so intense, deep, involved and complex and really hard to say goodbye to. The hardest part of the show is saying goodbye when it’s all done. It really breaks you.” (Genevieve Gorder)
“It’s about the power of design and the power of the human spirit. It’s above paying anybody to do something stupid for money like reality television does – like ambushing people.” (Genevieve Gorder)
“I think taking design out of the studio and really having a relationship with the people that you’re making it for really convinced me of how powerful a thing design is. It’s not just an aesthetic decoration.” (Genevieve Gorder)
“I think we typically, as Northerners, stereotype what the South is in so many negative ways. We kind of forget all the beautiful things that they contribute to make this country a country.” (Genevieve Gorder)
“Design can have such a positive impact on the way people live and on their relationships and moods.” (Genevieve Gorder)