In-house stylist: The only person the smartly dressed anchor of Good Morning America and Primetime will consult with on fashion decisions is his wife, the super-chic Cristina Greeven Cuomo, editorial director of Gotham and Hamptons magazines. "So many celebrities are styled that you don't know whether it's their own thing or not, you know?"
Final cut: "A suit is very good camouflage," says the lifelong New Yorker with a serious political surname (son of former governor Mario, brother of attorney general Andrew). "Especially for me, because I’m a bigger guy. When I'm walking around in a T-shirt, I look more like a gorilla." Still, he has his style slip-ups. “It may be being a daddy,” says the father of two toddlers (with a baby on the way), “but I now have ‘fishing pants’ and ‘working at the house jeans.’ I have a Christmas sweater!”
Gentleman host: Cuomo doesn’t mind being an accessory to the women of GMA. "If I can match a shade, or if there's a pattern I can wear that complements what they have on, I think it enhances the sense of unity on the show."