March 6, 2008

I won't spoil it for you but...

I should have been more careful glancing at articles this morning, because this spoiled the "Project Runway" finale for me. I intend to catch the show this evening, but in case you're in the mood to chat about it, this is the place.

12 comments:

rhhardin said...

Project Runway people would like the raise-the-soap-opera-stakes Hillary! portrayed in the WSJ this morning, in the meantime.

Mr. Obama tells sad stories. [Hillary] has raised the ante with impossibly sad stories. For health care, she told the audiences about a woman who worked in a pizza parlor ("no tips"), without insurance, who got pregnant, got sick, lost her baby, and then she died.

We now return you to the Cinderella channel.

MadisonMan said...

a woman who worked in a pizza parlor ("no tips"), without insurance, who got pregnant

Imozzarelloacculate conception?

Pogo said...

"...worked in a pizza parlor ...got sick, lost her baby, and then she died."
Damn those yeast infections.

Middle Class Guy said...

Now I know why Miclelle Malkin calls her the gyno-candidate.

ricpic said...

I'm Anatole Le Paris, I reek with chic,
My hat of the week
Caused three divorces, three runaway horses,
Let me sneep.....

Famous Danny Kaye number.

Saul said...

I thought the person who they said did not have a coherent collection should have won.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

I thought Jillian should have won. Her clothing consisted of things that ACTUAL people could wear. Classic yet innovative.

Christian, while very creative, seemed to always have the same dull dark closely fitted (read shrink wrapped) styles. Very cool to make a dress out of feathers, but......so what? Impractical.

Ah well, it was entertaining. My husband said that the Chris and Christopher show would be funny to watch and hoped that Chris would ultimately sit on Christopher and suffocate him. Yes.... I forced my husband to watch the show with me and he admitted that everyone had talent.... he's such a good guy.

Fen said...

I scored points with my wife by beating Michael Kors to the punch re criticism of how Christian's black colors muted his designs.

I should be more careful. She'll start to wonder about my fashion sense. Hey, I'm just good with colors. No really.

I thought Rami's work was better. Yes, poor choice of colors, but the designs were much more crisp and clean than the others. And more practical for the retail market.

Pogo said...

DBQ
Agreed. It appears that the very definition of Fashion is things that ACTUAL people could NOT wear. Find that sartorial style and you have selected the winner of PR seasons 1-10.

Nicole said...

Fashion shows aren't about wearable garments... that's why it's a show

Joe said...

I too would have gone with Rami.

Watching previews during the episode and in light of the totaly gayness of the current contestants, when is Bravo going to rename itself the "over-the-top stereotypical Gay channel"?

Seriously, could gay men please act a little less "gay". (And yes, macho men acting like macho men is annoying as well.)

(I swear that even Michael Kors and Tim Gunn are acting even more gay than usual. What's up with that?)

knoxwhirled said...

They almost always favor the enfant terrible on those shows. All 3 collections were great, but Christian's was a little too "one note," as they say on the show. The feather dress ruled though.