The Queer Eye Lego Set Features the Fab 5 Loft Plus a Before-and-After Minifigure Makeover!
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Not that Lego needed a makeover, but the Fab 5 just worked their magic to help create a brand-new Queer Eye set that will have any fan of the hit show clamoring for a big reveal. The iconic Fab 5 Loft set re-creates all the details that make up the interior of the group's original Atlanta loft.
In fact, longtime viewers will discover countless features from the show in brick form (we see you, "Style, Taste, Class" sign!). There's a kitchen island for Antoni Porowski, a clothing rack filled with chic options for Tan France, Jonathan Van Ness's swivel salon chair, and Karamo Brown's couch (and scrapbook!). Most meta of all? This space gets Bobby Berk's seal of approval as he helped design the actual Lego interior with the toy brand's creative team.
"Lego bricks played such an important part in my childhood," Bobby said in a press release. "Clicking those little bricks together really sparked my imagination and creativity. Collaborating with the Lego team was an absolute dream come true! It would be any kid's dream and now it's my reality."
The set features 974 pieces and comes with a coffee-table-style instruction booklet that gives insights into how Lego designers and the Fab 5 collaborated on developing the set. For instance, one fun fact is that Lego didn't have any current wig element that did Tan's gorgeous silver hair justice, so they had to create a custom one just for him!
Keep reading to get a peek at the full Queer Eye set and all of its minifigures, and get ready to shop the set when it releases on Oct. 1.