Who are these people?
Project Runway All-Stars - Global Edition
|by Anonymous||reply 600||03/29/2019|
Why are there so many asians? It's like half the cast.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||01/03/2019|
How many seasons have there been in Canada and the UK?
|by Anonymous||reply 2||01/03/2019|
It's been 10 years since she "won," and Anya STILL doesn't fucking know how to sew?
What in the fuck has she been doing?
|by Anonymous||reply 3||01/03/2019|
Debra Messing looked fabulous!
|by Anonymous||reply 4||01/03/2019|
I didn't care for Dmitri's design.
It looked like a peasant dress.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||01/03/2019|
I loved Michelle Lesniak's design. I actually thought that it should have won.
Glad to see Evan Biddell in the top tier, also.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||01/03/2019|
Sean Kelly the "fringe queen" is back!!!
I wonder why they waited until the end of the show to bring him and the other Australian girl, to the show?
|by Anonymous||reply 7||01/03/2019|
This thread is a duplicate, here is the original.
They've added international winners and contestants. Anyone watching?
|by Anonymous||reply 8||01/03/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 9||01/03/2019|
Sucking cock! (NSFW)
|by Anonymous||reply 10||01/03/2019|
Seth Aaron's black hair dye job looks terrible.
I hope Dmitry doesn't win again. He's so fucking smug.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||01/03/2019|
Irina was a bitch on her original season, but she seems much nicer now. I hope that she makes it to the finale, because I'd love to see what she comes up with.
Her outfit did look a bit like a chicken, but it was well made. If she had her model put the hood down, instead of leaving it up, the garment might have looked better walking down the runway.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||01/03/2019|
Anya should have gone home. She's not a designer at all.
I could have stitched together some random prints and turned it into a flowy dress (the same dress that she made during her ENTIRE season on the show), and mine would have looked better than the crap that she flung down the runway.
She's a fucking hack, not an All-Star. More like a PORN star.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||01/03/2019|
There's no way Dmitry and Seth Aaron won't make it to the finale.
Both of them have never lost!
|by Anonymous||reply 14||01/03/2019|
This is a really great idea for a season. I wish it was being done with Nina, Heidi and Tim though and not the all star cast, then it would really feel right and special.
[quote] It was obvious that Dimitri would win, because one of the perks this season is JCPenny releasing a commercialized design (aka limited edition version) on their site after the episode aired. No way would they have been able to do that with, say, Irina's look.
I had the same thought! The winning look being produced by JCPenny means it must have commercial appeal, something avant garde like Irina's look would never be touched by JCPenny. That throws a real wrench into things, I will be watching closely to see if it biases the judging.
After unfairly crowning Anthony Ryan over Uli and Emilio in the biggest bullshit judging in PR history, Isaac is STILL sucking Anthony Ryan's dick. "A fraction of Anthony Ryan's attention is worth more than some of these designers". Fucking christ, that is an embarrassing statement to come from the mouth of a judge IMO.
[quote] And speaking of Americans’ origins...no black people?
That is odd, I would have loved see Dom! I'm sure she was asked and didn't want to come back.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||01/03/2019|
It was obvious that Dimitri would win, because one of the perks this season is JCPenny releasing a commercialized design (aka limited edition version) on their site after the episode aired. No way would they have been able to do that with, say, Irina's look.
Evan Biddell. Wow. What a hot bear. Sean Kelly, hotter than ever (at least to me).
Love the concept of an international all-stars winner season.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||01/03/2019|
1. I love the concept of the season. I was worried that awful Brandon who attached useless straps to everything he made would be brought in as an “all star.” I like that it’s not only all winners, but half international ones. And I like the cast.
2. I am sad for Anthony Ryan. He is still young and I remember when I lost my grandmother around his age and was totally devastated. I could not have done something like PR immediately afterward. What terrible timing for him. And you can tell from his face that the feelings are real.
3. Irina did make a chicken costume but it was the only fun thing on the runway.
4. Even if it was recorded a while back, I am shocked to see Georgina “The Accomplice” Weinstein presenting herself so arrogantly. I can’t pretend I don’t know what I know.
5. I’ve always felt like Dmitry is attractive in a creepy way, mainly because he reminds me of Marilyn Manson. But yeah, the Botox comment above is right. He seems to be puffed up with facial fillers (Why?) and I think he’s really...pretty now. I get a “transitioning” vibe between the soft face and the hair.
6. I like the challenge in theory, but they should have found a different way to approach “global” than “your country of origin.” The implication for many of the American-born people is that they should have chosen pre-US origins, as Seth Aaron did Scottish and Spanish, but then the Canadian and Australian ones did their countries of birth instead and Seth Aaron made the unfortunate “Texas Cherokee” choice, which today is fuel to be torn apart in the media if anyone is watching. (American Indian identity is a hot issue right now.) It was great for people like Irina and Dmitry, who can trace their heritage so directly, but kind of a weird thing for the other American people IMO. “Country of origin” to all the foreign winners means “country in which you won,” and for the Americans seems to have meant “country from which your family immigrated.” Blah. And speaking of Americans’ origins...no black people? This would have been an awkward challenge for black contestants, but the lack of black people is kind of jarring, especially following the last All Stars season in which three of four finalists was black.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||01/03/2019|
I think I just don’t get Dmitry’s aesthetic at all. He’s a funny guy and has a droll personality, but I never liked his clothes.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||01/03/2019|
Same here, R18.
He's boring and he's arrogant. And honestly, his clothes aren't all that.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||01/03/2019|
Fuck Anya and her draping copout bullshit.
SPOILER ALERT (stop reading now before anything is ruined but it's been 24 hours since the episode so whatever): How in the hell did Anya get a pass on that draped shit show? I know it's easy to say "I could've done that" but I literally could've done that. She draped a few swathes of fabric over her model's shoulders just like she did in every challenge in her winning season. Did she fuck Weinstein? Was her season during the Weinstein years?
That said, I saw her leaked porn tapes and will admit she takes it up the ass like a pro (it was sorta sexy), but does that constitute a season win and a first-episode pass?
Whatever, I'm looking forward to this season because I have very little to look forward to at the moment. Even Mizrahi was all, "What the fuck is this shit?"
PS: Go Dmitry, you got this. Fuck you Seth Aaron -- no way you're not gay.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||01/03/2019|
[quote] Why the surprise additions? These two didn't participate in the first challenge. That's not fair.
That just felt lame and awkward. Why add those two after the first challenge? What purpose does that serve?
|by Anonymous||reply 21||01/03/2019|
Holy Shit! Talk about an embarrassing shit show
[quote] Thank you for your interest in our past collaboration with Project Runway. Season 7 was taped before our collaboration with the show was discontinued. We will not be producing winning looks from the show’s designers and apologize for any confusion this may have caused.
“@natalie_nicoleg @gingerteahatter Thank you for your interest in our past collaboration with Project Runway. Season 7 was taped before our collaboration with the show was discontinued. We will not be producing winning looks from the show’s designers and apologize for any confusion this may have caused.”
|by Anonymous||reply 22||01/03/2019|
This season was filmed in the summer of 2017, pre-Weinstein and Me Too.
Dmitry looks like he’s put on some weight. Suits him.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||01/03/2019|
Did Lifetime sue to get this installment of All-Stars back on the air?
I was surprised, because I thought that Bravo bought the rights to Project Runway.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||01/04/2019|
I have a feeling that this season will be terrible.
We don't know half of the designers who are competing, and the other half are all assholes.
It's guaranteed the ratings will suck.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||01/05/2019|
There are no hot designers this season, except for Evan Biddell.
He looks good for someone who used to weigh 300 pounds.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||01/05/2019|
I hope that Anthony Ryan isn't the first eliminated. I like him.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||01/05/2019|
I understand why Dmitri won, it's something that JC Penney could produce. I also liked Seth Aaron's tartan dress (did he make the footwear too?) , one of the Aussie's power suit, the guy who did the strappy gold lace at the top, very clever.
The fake out, nobody goes home, we've wanted that for years to give contestants time to settle in but in this case, they've already been through the meat grinder and it was just used to save two awful garments. I don't remember a single thing Anthony Ryan has designed. And now we have to deal with that other nonentity, Sean of the Fringe.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||01/06/2019|
It was a stupid cop-out to bring in two new players after the first challenge. I mean, does anyone honestly believe that the show would have eliminated one (or two) in the first round and then introduced new players?
I imagine Sean and the other one were held up somehow and couldn't arrive on time or something and they came up with that bullshit excuse.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||01/06/2019|
Has Sean shown dong?
|by Anonymous||reply 30||01/06/2019|
r30. He did, that was the first challenge in his season instead of showing a design. Nina was especially brutal judging that one.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||01/06/2019|
[quote] Has Sean shown dong?
You'll have to ask Tim Gunn. He had a RAGING hardon for Sean Kelly during that season.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||01/06/2019|
I liked Irina’s look, but it would’ve been better if she had left the hood off. Seth’s design was cool...
|by Anonymous||reply 33||01/06/2019|
[quote] I liked Irina’s look, but it would’ve been better if she had left the hood off
I agree, and maybe she also should have left the petals off of the hood. That's what made it look like a rooster.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||01/06/2019|
Having seen the American vs. non-American designers, I have to say that the Americans are much better designers.
I would love to see what a Project Runway France or Project Runway Italy winner could do.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||01/06/2019|
Hopefully, two people will be eliminated on the next episode. Otherwise, it's going to be a loooooong season.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||01/06/2019|
Nothing wrong with a long season, PR is one of my favorite shows, although I know this was taped two years ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||01/06/2019|
Damn, I didn't realize it was two years ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||01/07/2019|
Does Anya still suck cock for a living?
|by Anonymous||reply 39||01/08/2019|
I just watched Project Runway NZ. It was embarrassing how mediocre they ALL were including the gay winner. It's just too small a country population-wise to have a big number of talented fashion designers. It has about the same population as South Carolina. Imagine a Project Runway South Carolina.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||01/08/2019|
R40, that sounds fabulous!
|by Anonymous||reply 41||01/08/2019|
[quote] I just watched Project Runway NZ. It was embarrassing how mediocre they ALL were including the gay winner. It's just too small a country population-wise to have a big number of talented fashion designers.
Which makes it even more mind-boggling how Sean Kelly came to the US, and won Project Runway here.
Tim Gunn really must have gotten his money's worth in sucking Sean's cock!
|by Anonymous||reply 42||01/08/2019|
Wait, did you really copy and paste my posts over from the original thread at at r21/r22 to try to support your duplicate thread OP?!
That honestly is the most pathetic thing I've seen in many years on this board. Man, I just feel bad for how sad your life must be.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||01/08/2019|
Out of all the US winners, Anthony Ryan is the only one who didn't actually win his original season. He came back for All-Stars, and won that.
I predict he'll be the first US winner to go home.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||01/08/2019|
Anya = THE COCKSUCKER
|by Anonymous||reply 45||01/08/2019|
During the whole Harvey Weinstein scandal, which was over a year ago, Wendy Williams mentioned on her show that she was a guest judge on PR. Before Wendy's season aired -- which is this current season -- there was another season of PR that needed to air, so this season is two years old if not a bit older.
In fact, this season was held up for so long and was tainted w/the scandal that their JCPenny contract was no longer valid, which means no one will be able to buy any winning looks from the store.
Well, this is a disappointing way to both start and end Project Runway All-Stars.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||01/08/2019|
So who went home
|by Anonymous||reply 47||01/09/2019|
I was underwhelmed by last week's designs.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||01/09/2019|
Anya should have been eliminated. The bitch doesn't design anything.
All she does is stitch some flowy patterns together, and lets it float down the runway. Same fucking shit she has been doing for years and years.
And her outfit looked like absolute crap.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||01/10/2019|
Seth should have won over Anthony Ryan. His dress was so beautiful.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||01/10/2019|
Isaac Mizrahi made me choke from laughter, when he blurted out, "when I graduated from prostitution school....." ROFL!!!
Georgina came right back with, "you would have worn Irina's dress..."
Omg, the two best lines of the night.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||01/10/2019|
I also loved when Dmitry said that "if I see another fringe dress from him (Sean Kelly) I'm going to throw up on his dress, right on the table."
Btw, who called Dmitry "bushka" in the first episode, and what does it mean?
|by Anonymous||reply 52||01/10/2019|
Ann Fulenwider had a good line, too.
I love when she left the designers after she gave them her critique, by simply saying "I can assure you that someone is going to go home this week. And no one wants to be eliminated." Then she turns and leaves the room. Hahaha.
Then the designers all look at each other and say, "Um.... okay." That was hilarious.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||01/10/2019|
This challenge should have been a freebie for Irina. She had the easiest color combination to work with. Ice blue and white work so well together.
All she had to do was add a sleek pair of white pants, and maybe tweaked the top, and she easily could have cruised into next week.
I don't know how she couldn't see how short her dress was, and how trashy it looked. I always thought that Irina was a very smart designer, and this week was a severe lapse of judgment for her.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||01/10/2019|
That filipino designer from the UK is pretty basic.
So far, all he has made are very simple yet well made dresses, that you could literally find at JCP.
They're nice and all, but nothing special at all.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||01/10/2019|
Django is so rude.
He called Anthony Ryan "Basic. A basic bitch." Cutta wunt!
|by Anonymous||reply 56||01/10/2019|
It looks like Seth Aaron or Dmitry will win again.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||01/10/2019|
Irina may be a dark horse. Don't count her out.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||01/10/2019|
Anthony Ryan doesn't know how to take a compliment.
When Isaac and Georgina were telling him how much they liked his garment, instead of saying "thank you," all he would say is "yeah."
I don't like that.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||01/10/2019|
What was Sonny thinking? Yes, I know he wasn't but that is a PRW newbie move. He should have known better.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||01/10/2019|
Plus his dress was one of the best of the lot...
|by Anonymous||reply 61||01/10/2019|
Sunny's dress was definitely beautiful.
I would have just passed him through to the next week, and put Anya up for elimination, instead. She's a fucking joke.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||01/10/2019|
Anya shows talent, but somewhat questionable taste. I would’ve sent the woman with the matronly blue and red look home...
|by Anonymous||reply 63||01/10/2019|
That's Kristina from Australia, R63.
I think that she's a very good designer, but she just got stuck with some shit colors. In fact, they all did.
Why not just give the designers some beautiful color combinations to work with, and see what they can create. I'd rather see beautiful fashion walking down the runway, rather than some gimmicky challenge with horrendous colors.
I think that's what Sunny was thinking, when he left off the blue. It just wasn't necessary. And he was right about there being no restrictions as to how MUCH of one color they were supposed to use.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||01/10/2019|
I haven't seen anything even half way decent this season, except for Biddell.
He seems to be the only one who knows what he's doing.
Well, Seth's white and burgundy outfit for the graduation challenge wasn't half bad, either.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||01/10/2019|
Is Michelle Lesniak a lesbian?
I read an article about her that she was married and now divorce, but she definitely has a lesbian vibe.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||01/13/2019|
Next episode is the unconventional challenge.
Can't wait to see what these "All-Stars" come up with.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||01/13/2019|
new episode tonight. hope the cocksucker goes home!
|by Anonymous||reply 68||01/16/2019|
R68, that doesn’t narrow things down at all.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||01/16/2019|
however, only one has it caught on video for all eternity.
(hint: their name rhymes with "cum-onya")
|by Anonymous||reply 70||01/16/2019|
So Dmitri won, then Anthony Ryan won. I predict that Seth Aaron will win the next one.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||01/16/2019|
Ryan was a mercy win...
|by Anonymous||reply 72||01/16/2019|
Why is there always at least one male contestant who never, ever, ever wears a shirt with sleeves—or even really an actual shirt? Do they think everywhere they go is a slutty gay club or a gym?
|by Anonymous||reply 73||01/16/2019|
What will be chosen from the Kotex Accessory Wall?
|by Anonymous||reply 74||01/16/2019|
[quote] Anya = THE COCKSUCKER
Using this as an insult here seems a bit silly.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||01/16/2019|
Seth Aaron was so damned ROBBED.
Michelle never should have been in the top, and Anthony Ryan should have been in the bottom. He basically made a clown costume.
The bottom three should have been Australian girl, Anthony Ryan, and Sean Kelly, with Sean going home. His sunglasses outfit was downright AMATEUR. I don't understand why they always give him a pass.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||01/16/2019|
The best outfits were Kristina with her hoodie, Irina's red dress, and Django's black and white outfit.
All three were outstanding.
These judges have no taste.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||01/16/2019|
Seth Aaron's seatbelt look was just awful. Absolutely awful. But it was what he was wearing himself that really was hilarious. How could he have looked n the mirror and decided "Yes! I will go with the polkadot cravat and this hair. i look AWESOME".
|by Anonymous||reply 78||01/17/2019|
Why does Anthony Ryan dress like he's fresh out of the turnip patch?
I'm glad Seth Aaron is out. His look was uninspired and ugly (like his hair).
|by Anonymous||reply 79||01/17/2019|
At least Seth's outfit had some design elements to it.
Anthony Ryan made a basic jumpsuit with a hideous solid blue plastic in the front, and a bizarre and ugly pattern in the back. It looked like something that a circus clown would wear. He definitely should have gone home for that.
After this episode, I don't like Jasper. He's chaotic, he's mean to his model (which Dmitry pointed out), and he's sneaky (as Django mentioned).
|by Anonymous||reply 80||01/17/2019|
fuck, i could have designed Seth Aaron's outfit and I can't sew.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||01/17/2019|
Seth Aaaaaaaron seemed genuinely convinced that what he made was some sort of viably realized vision, to the extent that the judges were convinced he was going for something good. All I see is haphazardly stitched seatbelts hanging from a woman’s shoulders. I think this is a case of an artist seeing something no one else can see, and not so much a lack of creativity. I’ve turned in writing assignments to workshops that I was really inspired to write and thought were good and after getting over the shock of the collective “wtf” reaction realized later that I had completely failed to translate what seemed so plainly laid out in front of me. Seth Aaaaaaaron was self-convinced enough that he said he would be content if he were eliminated because he thought his seatbeltmobile was something great, so...OK. Maybe he’ll see what the rest of us see after some time passes and he can see the version he made objectively.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||01/17/2019|
True R82, but do you think that Seth's was the WORST design?
Because Sean Kelly's dress looked like a cheap cutout with sunglass lenses dangling from it. Same thing, right? In fact, Sean is so one note. Last week, he had dangling purple tassels on a white dress. This week, he had dangling lenses on a plastic dress. The guy has no new ideas. It's all variations on a theme.
At least Seth Aaron has ideas.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||01/17/2019|
Seth Aaron has ideas but was the worst design on last nights show.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||01/17/2019|
R83 Yes. He had the worst by a mile. He sewed seat belts together at the shoulder and the waist. It wasn’t even a design.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||01/17/2019|
Seth Aaron’s runway inspiration.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||01/17/2019|
Sean Kelly and Anthony Ryan Auld are two of the most over-rated contestants ever to be on Project Runway.
It's unbelievable that they're both still on the show.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||01/17/2019|
Yes I do think Seth Aaron's was the worst. Sean's was bad, but Seth's was dreadful.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||01/17/2019|
Irina does really well with red. Her winning design was very nice.
Actually, her graduation design could have been okay too, if it wasn't so short and slutty, and she tweaked it a little bit.
She's a good designer, and I hope she wins. I was rooting for Seth, but since he's gone, I want Irina or Michelle to win.
I hate Dmitry. He's so arrogant.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||01/17/2019|
R81 = Anya
|by Anonymous||reply 90||01/17/2019|
But how are your cocksucking skills, R81?
|by Anonymous||reply 91||01/17/2019|
Irina isn’t going to win. This panel is heavily biased in favor of male designers.
Irina was on All Stars 3 and I thought she was the most talented designer there. Excellent, technically accomplished designs week after week. She got the boot the first time she appeared in the bottom, for a gown that was the guest judge’s favorite. The other judges said it was “too bridal.”
Honestly, it seemed like they just wanted to get rid of her and were looking for any excuse to do so. There were far worse looks that week.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||01/17/2019|
Wow, R92. That gown is beautiful!
How in the hell was she eliminated for making that??
|by Anonymous||reply 93||01/17/2019|
Based on the first three episodes, I'd say that the final five will be Dmitry, Irina, Michelle Lesniak, Kristina (Australia), and Evan Biddell.
They are clearly the best designers in the competition.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||01/17/2019|
Dmitry is a fan favorite- they'll want to keep him around as long as possible.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||01/17/2019|
R93, It was a red carpet challenge and the judges claimed that Irina’s design looked more like a wedding dress, ignoring the fact that actresses regularly wear white/light gowns on the red carpet.
My theory is that she wasn’t the preselected winner, she was doing too well in the competition, and the judges needed to get rid of her before the finale.
Here is one of the dresses that was spared over hers that week.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||01/17/2019|
Ridiculous, R96. That olive green dress is hideous, compared to Irina's "wedding gown" dress.
I, too, believe that winners are pre-selected.. That's the biggest thing that irks me about Project Runway.
I wish they truly eliminated the worst, and rewarded the best. But that doesn't happen.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||01/17/2019|
There is absolutely no way that Seth Aaron should have gone home before Anya.
Seth is a two-time Project Runway winner of his season and All-Stars.
Anya is a cocksucker who can't sew.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||01/18/2019|
thanks for you input r98. now go back to the toilet.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||01/18/2019|
[quote] Anya is a cocksucker who can't sew
Is that anything like a "virgin who can't drive?"
|by Anonymous||reply 100||01/18/2019|
Damn, I thought the guy who was kicked off last week was the little asshole with the pidgin accent, but no, he's here this week with his horse shit "Peggy Guggenheim-Pollack-Rothko" bullshit. Someone saw POLLACK, and thought he was clever. That skirt had shit all to do with Rothko, and he was mean to his model.
I know Michelle; I've employed her in the past. She's a cunt.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||01/18/2019|
The first time Anya was on, Heidi and Tim were on the Today Show to promote the upcoming season. Heidi let it slip that she was the one who insisted Anya be on the show, then said "And I was right!". I knew right then and there that the fix was in. Sure enough Anya whose clothes fell apart on the runway was the big winner. Luckily Heidi isn't involved this time so there may be a different result.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||01/18/2019|
R101, his name is Jasper and he's an ugly little creep.
I forget who it was making fun of him on the show, and said "who walks into a room like that?" but they were 100% correct.
That nasty little anorexic troll thinks she's a super model, and she sashays around the workroom, acting like one. It's fucking annoying.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||01/18/2019|
PR has an inexplicable hard-on for both Dmitri and Anya. When Dmitri won his first All Stars his collection was fug beyond belief.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||01/18/2019|
[quote] That nasty little anorexic troll thinks she's a super model, and she sashays around the workroom, acting like one. It's fucking annoying.
Even more amazing is how this creepy little Jasper-thing won Project Runway U.K.
Are you telling me that there aren't any designers in that country, who were better than this one?
P.S. he's not even from the UK. He's from the Filipines.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||01/18/2019|
I wonder why Anya doesn't get as much hate on here, as Ashley Nell Tipton, the "plus-sized" winner of Project Runway.
At least Ashley can sew, and her designs were more complicated than just grabbing a flowy fabric and stitching it together.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||01/18/2019|
Please don’t call Seth Aaron “Seth” or Anthony Ryan “Anthony.” It wounds.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||01/18/2019|
Season 13 winner Sean Kelly's final collection, and Season 14 winner Ashley's collection at R106 were the WORST two winners ever.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||01/18/2019|
As sad as it is, Dmitry and Anya both have a certain edgy attractive look and people in entertainment production and network programming value that above all else. It’s about image.
Also edgy/thin/fashionable: Christian Siriano, arguably Santino Rice...not many are memorable and can claim some level of celebrity, but these do. Jay McCarroll won for design, but he wasn’t accepted into the fashion or entertainment industries.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||01/18/2019|
R109 that's so true. The same could be said for Sean Kelly.
That's why I'm rooting for Evan Biddell.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||01/18/2019|
Ashley got plenty of hate during her season and her undeserved win.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||01/18/2019|
I think they’ve corralled Ashley in the Dress Barn...
|by Anonymous||reply 112||01/18/2019|
Sonny REALLY has a sunny smile. So cute.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||01/18/2019|
I agree that Ashley got a ton of hate R111, but the question is, why doesn't Anya get the same hate???
She was an even less deserving winner than Ashley, and the bitch STILL can't fucking sew!!
Never mind the fact that she's proven cock sucking porn whore.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||01/18/2019|
Anya was not less deserving than Ashley. It’s a fashion design competition, and Ashley’s looks could hardly be classified as fashion...
|by Anonymous||reply 115||01/18/2019|
Seth Aaron deserved to go. That was ridiculous.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||01/18/2019|
Anya has a very good eye for mixing prints and her looks are dramatic. No, she can't sew, her vision is very limited but within that range, she is good. She's a stylist.
Ashley was retro fit and flare dresses. It's a look. Her final collection was a cohesive colorway of grayed pastels, very pretty. She was designing for a specific customer. She hasn't come back for any of the All Stars. I wonder why.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||01/18/2019|
Assuming Anya really doesn’t know how to sew, which seems weird for this show, I see the same thing R117 does: she combines prints in an interesting way that always looks distinctively like “an Anya creation,” and in that way she reminds me of Uli. Almost all of Uli’s dresses looked alike, and to me they mostly looked similar to Anya’s. And like Anya’s dresses, Uli’s were mostly breezy and light, and some even look like Anya’s. Yet Uli seems to be considered one of the most visionary designers in the show’s history. Despite her being able to sew, I still find it odd that the two make designs with so many similarities and one is treated like a loser and the other like a genius. Look at this dress and tell me it couldn’t just as easily have Anya’s name on it.
And then there’s the “cocksucker” thing. I can’t tell at this point if the person who keeps posting that here thinks he is joking or if he has hostility because a video came out of her having sex. This isna promarily gay website where the majority of discussions are anchored by pictures of naked guys and their bodies and body parts and sexual acts are discussed in elaborate detail, and usually with reverence the sluttier they are. It’s creepy to see someone going in so hard on a woman because she has sex. News flash: all adults have sex. I am a gay cocksucker, and that’s a term that was used against me when I was young as often as “faggot” was. I actually do like sucking cock, so screw whomever is attacking this woman because she fucked a dude and a girl on camera. Grow up.
No, I am not Anya. Just tired of the extremity of the vicious comments about her here. It’s become like a stalker thread.
Found on Google from pinterest.com
|by Anonymous||reply 118||01/19/2019|
From Anya, who DLers say is a visionless hack because all her dresses look alike.
Found on Google from stltoday.com
|by Anonymous||reply 119||01/19/2019|
From Uli, whom DLers call a genius because...all her flowy print dresses look alike.
Found on Google from fanpop.com
|by Anonymous||reply 120||01/19/2019|
Anya, who has no talent.
Found on Google from starcasm.net
|by Anonymous||reply 121||01/19/2019|
Uli, who can do no wrong.
Found on Google from alamy.com
|by Anonymous||reply 122||01/19/2019|
Found on Google from thisistrinidad.wordpress.com
|by Anonymous||reply 123||01/19/2019|
Found on Google from alamy.com
|by Anonymous||reply 124||01/19/2019|
R105, what does it matter if Jasper's from the Philippines? He lives in the UK, got his degree in the UK, and does business in the UK.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||01/19/2019|
Uli did get a lot of flack for designing flowy resort wear. Heidi was very rough on her. But she was capable of sewing dresses, jackets, pants as she proved during the course of the season and in her final collection.
Anya admitted she had never sewn a pair of pants in the challenge where they had to make a man's outfit AND her's split on the runway. That should have sent her home. Even more blatant though was Tim's home visit to the finalists. Anya had bought the most god awful selection of fabric, very drab. It was bizarre. Then when they arrived back in NYC, suddenly they were given another thousand dollars to go back to Mood and Anya basically redid her entire final collection.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||01/19/2019|
Meanwhile, in contrast to R125’s points, Milo Yiannopoulos is not American, was born in the UK, studied (did not get a degree) in the UK, and forged his career as a video game reporter in the UK—and then suddenly for no reason was accepted by the media generally as a legitimate scholar and journalist specializing in US politics. It makes sense to factor in people’s resumes—if we are talking about foreign person with no experience in the country or the profession suddenly influencing a foreign country’s national politics. In Jasper’s case, it sounds like he is culturally mostly or in great part British, so I don’t see the challenge to how he presents himself.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||01/19/2019|
R126 And yet, somehow, most of Anya’s and Uli’s designs are practically interchangeable, despite one being a fashion visionary and the other being a fraud.,,
|by Anonymous||reply 128||01/19/2019|
I don't understand how someone who can't sew is on PR. Doesn't make sense.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||01/19/2019|
The production has cast many contestants who have been accused of not being able to sew or not being able to sew well. Judges have said that not all successful designers can sew, and countless contestants who *can* have insisted “I’m not just a seamstress,” and “it’s a design competition, not a who-can-sew-the-best competition.”
I know nothing about fashion design except what I’ve learned from/seen on this series, and it has suggested many times that sewing and design are not one and the same. Personally, I would *think* that stitching and pattern-making skills would be basic core competencies of any designer, just like grammar is for a writer and drawing is for any visual artist—but Project Runway judges, contestants and the production by way of casting people who don’t sew well have suggested otherwise pretty consistently. I think I even recall someone who didn’t know how to thread the sewing machine and had to get help.
I’m more inclined to blame, if blame must be assigned, producers for casting people with sub-basic skills rather than attack those people’s characters by, for example, calling someone a disgusting cocksucker every time she sails through...because the judges, who work in the fashion industry, like her designs.
Sorry, but it really bothers me. We can say with one hundred percent assurance that Isaac Mizrahi, Alyssa Milano, Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn, Christian Siriano, Michael Kors and even The Gorgeous and Purehearted Georgina Weinstein have one thing in common: All, without any shade of doubt, suck cock. So Anya was videotaped doing it. We’re going to string her up for it? Really? Fuck that.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||01/19/2019|
R130 I agree.... in fact, I would love to watch a pure design show—one where sewers/tailors with similar ability are assigned to each of the designers to execute their vision. That’s how real designers work anyway, they don’t sew their own stuff.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||01/19/2019|
R117, “her final collection was a cohesive colorway of grayed pastels, very pretty”......you’ve got to be kidding. It was a mercy win. Her final “showstopper” was horrific in every way, essentially a parody of fashion. The rest was just meh.........
|by Anonymous||reply 132||01/19/2019|
Seems like there was a reality show like that, a few years back. Maybe it was with kids as designers.
|by Anonymous||reply 133||01/19/2019|
R133 Project Runway Junior required the kids to sew, but I think they all got an adult helper (usually a parent).
There was a show on NBC that was more focused on marketing designs. I don’t remember, but they may not have had to do all the clothing production themselves.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||01/19/2019|
And I feel like RuPaul’s Drag Race used to focus a lot more on the contastants’ struggles to make their clothes, whether they could sew or not. I feel like they’ve cut out most of that aspect now to focus on lame squabbles. Either way, RPDR does show that some people who don’t know how to sew can put together creative (usually campy/tacky since it’s drag) designs even when they have to use hot glue.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||01/19/2019|
Looks like Ashley Nell Tipton has been keeping herself busy.
Her clothes are looking better these days.
The official store of Plus Size Designer and Project Runway Winner Ashley Nell Tipton.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||01/19/2019|
[quote] Project Runway Junior required the kids to sew, but I think they all got an adult helper (usually a parent)
I think that was a different show you are thinking of.
On Project Runway Junior, the kids did all of their own sewing and designs, and it was amazing.
In the first season, I actually thought that the teenagers did a much, much better job than the adults (on regular Project Runway). Their designs were more interesting and more creative.
The next generation of up-and-coming fashionistas, ages 13 to 17, will be mentored by Emmy® Award winner Tim Gunn who co-hosts alongside supermodel Hannah Davi...
|by Anonymous||reply 137||01/19/2019|
R137 I think it was “Project Runway: Threads,” a short mini-series that preceded the Juniors season. If I recall correctly, three kids faced off every week, and one won, and they had adult helpers who basically just followed their orders.
I also thought the kids’ season was much better than the real PR. Before I stopped watching Bravo, I noticed that this super-sassy teen from Juniors ended up working for (I think?) Kyle Richards on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, all grown up and practically in full drag.
Matt Sarafa from Project Runway Junior stops by Sweety High for an episode full of style. Tune in to watch him talk about Project Runway Jr, his new line and...
|by Anonymous||reply 138||01/19/2019|
Don't forget that other Project Runway Junior - Rene, from Season 2.
He was so over the top! Here's his Instagram page.
I think his aethestic is "trashy prostitution whore."
2,497 Followers, 564 Following, 174 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Rene Gutierrez (@ren_33)
|by Anonymous||reply 139||01/19/2019|
Miss Thang graduated from high school in 2017.
Now she's free to be her inner slut!
473 Likes, 13 Comments - Rene Gutierrez (@ren_33) on Instagram: “FIN! #classof2017 #btwhspva #2017”
|by Anonymous||reply 140||01/19/2019|
I loved Rene.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||01/19/2019|
One day Rene's in....
295 Likes, 4 Comments - Rene Gutierrez (@ren_33) on Instagram: “Sad boy days”
|by Anonymous||reply 142||01/19/2019|
And the next day, he's OUT!
303 Likes, 15 Comments - Rene Gutierrez (@ren_33) on Instagram: “Just being a woman Outfit by @2_chelzz”
|by Anonymous||reply 143||01/19/2019|
R138, Matt claimed an interviewer for Brown University made racist and homophobic remarks when he was applying.
'I withdrew my application'
|by Anonymous||reply 144||01/19/2019|
Why was Project Runway Juniors discontinued?
Did they run out of talent?
|by Anonymous||reply 145||01/19/2019|
R145, they started running out of talent in the second season despite some brilliant moments. I think Lifetime was already tiring of the PR franchise. It will be up to Bravo to resurrect it but you know they won't. Not their demographic.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||01/19/2019|
More details, r101! I cannot stand that cunt Michelle.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||01/19/2019|
I think in my memory Rene’s personality infused Matt’s face lol. I totally forgot about Rene. He sure was...out there.
Fascinating that they both wear some form of drag. I really don’t care at all, but it’s curious that it seems all young gay guys are at least somewhat crossing a gender line. That wasn’t really a standard thing gay guys did when I came of age 20 years ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||01/19/2019|
I would say that Austin Scarlett and Fabio have both flirted with crossing the gender line, on their respective seasons. And Austin appeared ages ago on Project Runway. There were always gender crossing trailblazers, across the decades.
As for the Juniors, I think that Matt and Rene happen to be more prominent because they are more confident about who they are, at such a young age. However, the rest of the male cast seemed to be "presenting" more as your typical male.
Even so, I applaud all of them for being themselves in front of a national audience.
|by Anonymous||reply 149||01/19/2019|
R134, maybe it was the one with the twins from D Squared as mentors or judges. Each designer was assigned a seamstress. I also vaguely remember a show called 60 Minute Something in which 3 designers had an hour to create a garment. I remember Dmitry was on it. So there's a whole slew of these fashion reality shows and none have been successful as Project Runway. Why is that I wonder.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||01/19/2019|
[quote] 60 Minute Something in which 3 designers had an hour to create a garment. I remember Dmitry was on it.
Is that the one that was co-hosted by Alexander Skarsgaard ex-gf/model Alexa Chung and that Derek Social-climber guy?
|by Anonymous||reply 151||01/19/2019|
RE: the Uli/Anya comparison.
Uli was on the show years ago. Her resort looks were fairly new to the fashion scene. She said many times on her season that she was from a cold climate and living in a warm one now and that’s what she wanted to do, no matter what the judges thought. Her pattern and color mixing skills were phenomenal.
Cut to fifteen (?!) years later and Uli’s look has been done by everyone. Even trashy Kyle from RHBH had a couple seasons of wearing flown Uli-style gowns. So Anya did not have a unique vision, her look had been done before. And much better by others, including Uli.
|by Anonymous||reply 152||01/19/2019|
Uli should have her season but instead they gave it to that dork Jeffrey Sebelia.
|by Anonymous||reply 153||01/19/2019|
I liked Uli but that season belonged to Laura Bennett.
|by Anonymous||reply 154||01/20/2019|
R149 You’re right...didn’t even think of Austin Scarlett...and that brings to mind Richie Rich, which was sort of always drag from the neck up and I gues flamboyantly gay from the neck down. I saw his design partner Traver Rains on Instagram last year and was disappointed to see that the formerly creative, avant-garde guy has now settled on being yet another generic built-and-naked Instagram whore who post “thirsty” pictures of himself with gay porn stars. He has to be 40 or 45 now. I am sad that the gay community itself has transitioned from a font or creativity and imagination to a watered-down parade of sex-obsessed dudes who spend every waking moment trying to conform to physical standards.
Found on Google from imagecollect.com
|by Anonymous||reply 155||01/20/2019|
R154 / R153 Among the three, I liked Uli’s personality the best. She seems very sweet. But she seemed very one-note to me from beginning through the end of the season. I would have been torn as a judge between Jeffrey and Laura. Jeffrey’s yellow plaid gown is imprinted in my mind. Some people hated it, and I think it was brilliant. Everything Laura made was refined and gorgeous, basically perfect. As years have passed, I admire Jeffrey’s imagination during his season (He seems to have fallen apart since then.), but when I learned Laura abandoned design and became an archer, I actually felt like that’s a huge loss—so in the end, I think she deserved to win. The judges were unfair to her in my opinion for always calling her boring and that go-to insult “matronly.” I think her clothes had too much personality and humor to be dismissed that way; they were always perfectly refined, too, though.
Imagine Nicole Kidman in her prime on the Oscars red carpet in this dress. No one ever would have forgotten the image.
Found on Google from pinterest.com
|by Anonymous||reply 156||01/20/2019|
Clark Kent + NYC socialite flapper.
Found on Google from people.com
|by Anonymous||reply 157||01/20/2019|
I did not care for Jeffrey’s collection and would have awarded the win to Uli with Laura in second, but PR has a terrible track record when it comes to selecting winners.
More often than not, they don’t judge the clothes, but the personality, media appeal, and narrative of the designer who made them. This was blatantly obvious in S12, when fan favorite Dom became the first African American winner with a collection that was ill-fitting, poorly sewn (especially the silk charmeuse pieces), and lacking in cohesion. Alexandria finished in second with an immaculate, on-trend collection that was auctioned off for more than all of the other designers’ collections. Her loss was purely political.
So was Kelly Dempsey’s loss in S14. A talented woman winning with a good collection just can’t generate the same publicity and excitement as the first ever plus-size winner. Ashley’s collection wasn’t as strong, but it didn’t matter—the judges thought it would make for good TV and make them appear progressive.
That’s why you can’t take this show too seriously. It’s not a design competition, it’s a reality TV show.
|by Anonymous||reply 158||01/20/2019|
Good point, r158. I though Ashley’s collection was dreadful. I recognize the need for targeting the plus size market, but her clothes were incredibly unflattering on any size. I thought they were just butt-ugly.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||01/20/2019|
Ugh, my memory is terrible. I only ever recall a few outstanding outfits from every season. I don’t know how you guys remember every contestant and what s/he said and did and created. Most of it leaves my consciousness as soon as the seasons end. Sometimes it’s for the best, though: that atrocious season-before-last, for example, left me only with bland Brandon and his taupe straps and “Millennial pink” everything and the surprise win by Kentaro. And Dixie cups. I also remember lots of other lame, bargain basement sponsors, but I don’t recall who they were.
|by Anonymous||reply 160||01/20/2019|
You mean like this, R155?
|by Anonymous||reply 161||01/20/2019|
[quote] As years have passed, I admire Jeffrey’s imagination during his season (He seems to have fallen apart since then)
Jeffrey always seemed to be one design away from a nervous breakdown.
[quote] but when I learned Laura abandoned design and became an archer, I actually felt like that’s a huge loss
Laura became an archer? What? When? lol
|by Anonymous||reply 162||01/20/2019|
R161 Who is that?
|by Anonymous||reply 163||01/20/2019|
R162 She won gold in a world championship.
The recurve women’s 50+ indoor title was a three-way contest.
|by Anonymous||reply 164||01/20/2019|
Why two threads? It's interesting that I blocked the OP from a previous thread. Hmm...
|by Anonymous||reply 165||01/20/2019|
R163, just a random picture of some gay clones that R155 was referring to.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||01/20/2019|
It's annoying r165 that we have two threads, I linked the original thread but some people kept posting in this one so oh well I guess.
|by Anonymous||reply 167||01/20/2019|
[quote] More often than not, they don’t judge the clothes, but the personality, media appeal, and narrative of the designer who made them. This was blatantly obvious in S12, when fan favorite Dom became the first African American winner with a collection that was ill-fitting, poorly sewn (especially the silk charmeuse pieces), and lacking in cohesion
I really hate to say this because I absolutely adore Dom, but I tend to agree with you. And then she won AGAIN on her season of All-Stars. In Dom's case, I think the judges responded more to her personality, than to her actual design.
That's not to say she's a bad designer, because she's not.
I forgot who her runner-ups were, but I distinctly remember thinking that one of them should have one that season.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||01/20/2019|
[quote] should have one that season
should have WON that season. Ugh!
|by Anonymous||reply 169||01/20/2019|
R166 Oh. Yes, like that. Here is a recent Traver Rains selfie. Yes, he looks conventionally “hot.” But having been part of Heatherette, which was very gay and creative and imaginative and not tethered to everything-always-sex, I am disappointed that this is evidently the real him. It seriously seems like every gay man *only* cares about having a standard-issue hot body and getting cock. Like, that’s the only thing in the world that matters to the gay community. But I do admire some of these “queer” young guys...I don’t really understand why they all have to wear makeup and women’s clothing, but I do like that creativity and, well, frankly, just *any other part of life that isn’t dick or muscle related* which gay men seem to have exorcised totally from their life experiences as of around 2015.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||01/20/2019|
Whoops. Traver Rains from Heatherette is now this.
450 Likes, 19 Comments - Traver Rains (@traverrains) on Instagram: “I need a chess partner!”
|by Anonymous||reply 171||01/20/2019|
I must say, Traver Rains looks much hotter at R171 than he did during his creative years.
I guess that's why guys go for the "standard" gay look. The easy answer is that they get laid more.
This is the "other" Traver look.
|by Anonymous||reply 172||01/20/2019|
R172 Yes, 2018 is much hotter...and that’s all that matters in 2018.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||01/20/2019|
R168, Alexandria von Bromssen was the runner-up on S12. She was a stoic, plainspoken Swedish woman who didn’t resonate with the fans or judges the way that bubbly Dom did.
Alexandria’s collection was the favorite of the majority of the industry people who attended the show that day, and there was a healthy show of support for Justin LeBlanc, who finished in third, as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||01/20/2019|
A sample of Dom’s winning collection
|by Anonymous||reply 175||01/20/2019|
Versus Alexandria’s second place collection
|by Anonymous||reply 176||01/20/2019|
Thank you, R174. I had forgotten about Alexandria and Justin. And you're right - I think that the judges were a bit put off by her "coldness" or some might say "Nordic-ness." Her attitude was a bit aloof, but her designs were fantastic. And Justin's designs were equally good.
I forgot that Helen was on that season, too. However, I forgot the name of the cute gay ginger with the beard...
|by Anonymous||reply 177||01/20/2019|
@ R175, that's precisely what people were griping about.
There wasn't a whole lot of design to her collection, and to be honest, even the prints weren't attractive.
At least in Alexandria's collection, she showed some actual design and interesting silhouettes.
|by Anonymous||reply 178||01/20/2019|
Alexandria's full collection was nice, but it could have used some color.
|by Anonymous||reply 179||01/20/2019|
I actually loved Justin's collection the best.
|by Anonymous||reply 180||01/20/2019|
And then there was Dom's final collection...
|by Anonymous||reply 181||01/20/2019|
For my taste, Runway became terrible for a few seasons because the designers (and judges) seemed to loathe color and everything was diluted down to a Miami Vice/Golden Girls palette. Terrible. Color has a place on the new All Stars, and I really hope that that continues.
|by Anonymous||reply 182||01/20/2019|
Even Bradon's (4th place) collection was more interesting than Dom's.
|by Anonymous||reply 183||01/20/2019|
Don't know where this Dom hate is coming from all of a sudden, but she was a worthy winner. Especially in All Stars 5 where it was a bit anticlimactic how much better she was than everyone else in the season that the judges had to to ignore her to pretend it was a competition.
And trying to praise Brandon's embarrassing collection? Oh dear, you have no taste. He follows the tradition of promising designers that choked at Fashion Week starting with Daniel V.
|by Anonymous||reply 184||01/20/2019|
Whatever happened to that cute twink from "Under the Gunn" and Project Runway All Stars, Sam Donovan?
I think he used to post here.
1,699 Likes, 62 Comments - Sam Donovan (@samueljdonovan) on Instagram: “Cheesiness alert at ????: It’s so crazy to me that a little boy who thought the world would hate him…”
|by Anonymous||reply 185||01/20/2019|
R177, the cute gay ginger was Bradon. Strange he has never appeared on All Stars.
Dom gave an interview after she won, stating that she never took to Alexandria’s collection and she felt it wasn’t strong enough for fashion week. That made me think less of her.
The other three designers that season actually showcased a variety of garments—dresses, skirts, shorts, pants, shirts, jackets. Dom only made dresses, two jumpsuits, and the weird bathing suit. She relied on her prints to carry the collection. And the construction wasn’t sophisticated, either. Lots of puckering at the seams of the silk charmeuse garments, and her finale gown wasn’t lined.
|by Anonymous||reply 186||01/20/2019|
Fashion isn't a speed race. It's an opinion.
|by Anonymous||reply 187||01/20/2019|
R185 Sam posts on Instagram. He seems sad a lot, and body obsessed. And desperate for attention. He posts shirtless photos lamenting his body and saying he’s determined to get in ideal shape—simultaneously self-flagellating and essentially begging the public to tell him he is sexy already. So...typical gay guy circa 2018.
|by Anonymous||reply 188||01/20/2019|
This look from Dom is embedded in my memory, it was fantastic.
|by Anonymous||reply 189||01/20/2019|
Another one of my favorite runways from Dom.
|by Anonymous||reply 190||01/20/2019|
I don’t love Dom’s aesthetic, but she has a trademark vision that lots of other people obviously do. It’s a bit busy-disco-Victorian for my taste. (There’s no accounting for taste; it’s subjective.)
|by Anonymous||reply 191||01/20/2019|
Wow, that's gorgeous at R190.
It always amazes me what the designers can do when they have the parameters of the challenge to work with, but then when left to their own aesthetic, the wheels always come off the wagon.
|by Anonymous||reply 192||01/20/2019|
I love this post on Sam's Instagram. He's cute.
1,356 Likes, 47 Comments - Sam Donovan (@samueljdonovan) on Instagram: “I don’t really remember what year I officially “came out.” I remember two friends at the end of…”
|by Anonymous||reply 193||01/20/2019|
Sam looks as Irish as his name. 🍀
|by Anonymous||reply 194||01/20/2019|
RPDR’s Detox commented “OMFG” on this photo. He is adorable looking and also seems like a decent human being, particularly for a reality TV contestant who posts obsessively to Instagram. His momma raised him well.
941 Likes, 46 Comments - Sam Donovan (@samueljdonovan) on Instagram: “Literally bless @bcwixted and @officialnestorbeauty for helping me live the Chris Pine fantasy I…”
|by Anonymous||reply 195||01/20/2019|
If you want to talk about overpraised contestants, I never understood the love for Dmitry. I love him as a reality TV contestant, but I look at his winning collection in S10 and I am far from impressed.
|by Anonymous||reply 196||01/20/2019|
R196 I think his carefully made geometric “floating illusion” clothes are impressive and interesting one by one. Taken as a whole in the image you posted, the set is pretty lackluster and bland. And his clothes do look rather commercial and cheaply made (at least on camera), especially compared with someone like Laura Bennett’s clothes, which always looked so high-end. Even her simple ones look luxurious.
Found on Google from pinterest.com
|by Anonymous||reply 197||01/20/2019|
And Mondo’s clothes were whimsical and even gaudy but somehow usually looked high-end. Like Uli and Anya, he mixed patterns, but unlike them he didn’t seem one note. Like Dmitry, he used interesting techniques, but his work always looks expensive even if it’s wild and wacky and experimental. He stands out in my mind alongside Christian Siriano as a visionary contestant.
Found on Google from ginacarbone.wordpress.com
|by Anonymous||reply 198||01/20/2019|
Another Dom look
|by Anonymous||reply 199||01/20/2019|
Dmitry was going for "Rich Russian Woman" look at R196.
|by Anonymous||reply 200||01/20/2019|
Dom has an eye for fabrics that look like 1980s furniture upholstery.
Found on Google from lobelmodern.com
|by Anonymous||reply 201||01/20/2019|
Found on Google from amazon.com
|by Anonymous||reply 202||01/20/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 203||01/20/2019|
Gurl, we get it. You hate Dom, do you want a cookie?
But her talent for mixing prints is something many designers wish they had.
|by Anonymous||reply 204||01/20/2019|
Haha, I don’t hate Dom at all. I ***do not*** relate at all to her aesthetic, probably because of our generational differences. I am a generation Xer (40), and I think she is a Millennial whose “on trend” sensibility just looks to me like the fabrics I wore and slept under throughout elementary school.
I do love this dress. I don’t think I would dislike her clothes if she didn’t use so many 80s-like patterns, which just send me to a weird nostalgic place. As a person, she seemed likable.
Found on Google from moore.edu
|by Anonymous||reply 205||01/20/2019|
So I guess the consensus is that Christian Siriano is the best PR winner of all time?
He should have come back for this season of All-Stars. I think that he would have won.
|by Anonymous||reply 206||01/20/2019|
R206 Why would he do that when he was made the STAR of the whole Project Runway franchise thanks to Bravo? You think he is going to sit there as a judge and defer to the fashion assessments of fucking Alyssa Milano? Ha.
|by Anonymous||reply 207||01/20/2019|
Siriano is a real name in fashion now, he it too big to go jumping through the hoops of these challenges.
He is coming back to replace Tim Gunn.
|by Anonymous||reply 208||01/20/2019|
Christian Siriano has impressed me more as time has passed. During his season it was obvious he was head and shoulders beyond everyone else design wise, but he seemed immature and he really fucking annoyed me with his “fierrrrce hot mess” stuff. He emerged not only as a legitimate designer, but he was not too proud not only to sell clothes to average-sized women but to outfit them to show off his designs. Whoopi Goldberg sings his praises, and it really says a lot that the little guy has become a nondiscriminatory go-to for diverse bodies. It seems like just a wise business decision given who actually buys clothing, but it’s also just pretty bold. Most designers still do not care to dress larger women publicly. He has done so and it has only solidified his place in the industry.
|by Anonymous||reply 209||01/20/2019|
[quote]but he seemed immature and he really fucking annoyed me with his “fierrrrce hot mess” stuff
But he was literally immature, he was only 21 when he won Project Runway. God knows none of us were our best selves at 21.
|by Anonymous||reply 210||01/20/2019|
R210 Agreed, and that’s why I forgave it. He was the most interesting contestant, really, in the show’s history because he is arguably the very best designer—objectively at the very least one of the best designers—and yet he was basically a kid who acted like a kid and steamrolled everyone else without any effort because he was just the best. Other contestants have made things that resemble this finale outfit, for example, yet his stands apart somehow as superior. It just looks so fucking professional and so luxuriant.
Found on Google from pinterest.com
|by Anonymous||reply 211||01/20/2019|
And this one. Preposterous and at the same time completely flawless.
Found on Google from pinterest.com
|by Anonymous||reply 212||01/20/2019|
Well it's not like Christian couldn't use an extra hundred grand in his pocket.
Unless he's getting more than that to be the new host of the revamped Project Runway.
In that case, it would make sense.
|by Anonymous||reply 213||01/20/2019|
Go big or go home.
Found on Google from zimbio.com
|by Anonymous||reply 214||01/20/2019|
This dress actually looks great on her. If only she didn’t need the Mother Goose glasses.
Found on Google from projectrungay.blogspot.com
|by Anonymous||reply 215||01/20/2019|
Why doesn't Dom and the other PR winners/contestants from the older episodes compete in PR AllStars. What happened to Rami? Of course, some have passed away like Michael and Wendy Pepper but what happened to the first winner--Jay-- and Laura Bennett?
|by Anonymous||reply 216||01/20/2019|
^^ The same old people seem to compete every year-- Dimitri, Irina, Seth Aaron, etc.
|by Anonymous||reply 217||01/20/2019|
I follow Rami on Instagram and I still have a crush on him. He seems like a normal, nice person and not a narcissist or reality whore.
|by Anonymous||reply 218||01/20/2019|
You realize not everyone wants to keep coming back r216? People are asked and say no.
|by Anonymous||reply 219||01/20/2019|
In my opinion, Rami and Jillian were two of the best designers ever on Project Runway.
They both had impeccable taste.
|by Anonymous||reply 220||01/20/2019|
Yep r220. The Season 4 Fashion week show was the best Project Runway finale ever and it isn't even close.
All three collections were top tier. and Jillian and Rami would have won most other seasons with their collections.
|by Anonymous||reply 221||01/20/2019|
Dom seems like a nice person with a bubbly personality but in her winning regular season, I thought her silhouettes were basic and I really disliked her prints. Alexandria's collection was more polished. I agree if she'd added a non-neutral color or a print it might have been better received. I don't remember a "wow" piece either. There was a strange bit during the reunion show when someone complained about her and she was very taken aback.
The *only* design I liked by Jeffrey was his yellow plaid gown, that was outstanding but that's it.
Laura Bennett, first of all, did the show while pregnant. With like five kids at home, all boys. What's really sad is that her husband died a couple years later. She moved to a farm in Pennsylvania and did that archery thing. That's all I know.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||01/20/2019|
IMO, Rami would have won his season but his competitor was Christian Soriano.
|by Anonymous||reply 223||01/20/2019|
Omg, I didn't realize that R223.
No wonder Rami didn't win. I had forgotten who won his season.
The big guy Chris who designed theater costumes was another good one. He came in fourth that season, and I LOVED his designs.
|by Anonymous||reply 224||01/20/2019|
Chris March is/was seriously ill. Has anyone heard how he's doing?
|by Anonymous||reply 225||01/20/2019|
Oh no, that sucks R225! I absolutely adore Chris March.
He was always one of my all-time favorite designers on Project Runway.
|by Anonymous||reply 226||01/20/2019|
I did a search and found this:
Project Runway and Mad Fashion alum Chris March is opening up in great detail about the 2017 accident that changed his life. Fans first learned about the incident back in the spring after Bravo stars like Andy Cohen and Sonja Morgan showed support for the designer by sharing with fans a Go Fund Me page set up to help Chris with his medical expenses. Now Chris is recalling this chapter in his life for the first time in a statement to Entertainment Weekly.
He confirmed that last June he was involved in a fall at home: “Dear Everyone, today is the one year anniversary of my accident, so I wanted to tell you what happened so you hear it from me... I fell and hit my head in my apartment. It’s that simple. I passed out and laid there for 4 days. I woke up and called 911 and somehow got to the hospital. In the hospital all sorts of medical problems happened: My blood sugar was over 500. My organs started failing, my right lung collapsed, and they had to give me a tracheotomy and put me on a ventilator."
He was then put into a medically induced coma and his medical issues continued, he shared: "My kidneys failed, my lung kept collapsing, my gall bladder was infected. I had a wound on my right leg. My body went septic... The coma lasted about 2 months. I came close to death many times—they called my family and they were told if they wanted to say goodbye to come right away. Somehow I miraculously woke up — I couldn’t talk and didn’t know where I was for a couple of months. I ended up being paralyzed in both legs from the knees down. My right hand and arm are paralyzed.”
One year later, the fashion designer offered an update on where things stand today as he is currently in a medical facility in Northern California. He has been doing physical therapy for several months, as well. He thanked everyone for their support.
“This has been a long and extremely difficult journey, physically and emotionally. And I have a long way to go, just like Dorothy,” he said in his statement to EW. “I could not have survived without my family and friends. I deeply appreciate everyone who has donated to the Go Fund Me page. I have good days and bad days and the worst days you can imagine, but I still have my brain, and for that miracle I am forever grateful. Thank you for your thoughts, prayers and encouragement.”
Chris appeared on Season 4 of Project Runway, in addition to his own Bravo series. Some of the notable stars he's worked with in the past include Madonna, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, and Meryl Streep, including her 2010 Oscars dress. He even teamed up with Target on a costume and accessories line.
Project Runway and Mad Fashion alum Chris March is opening up in great detail about the 2017 accident that changed his life.
|by Anonymous||reply 227||01/20/2019|
This was Chris' Season 4 finale collection, which I loved...
Chris March's Final Collection for the Project Runway Season Four Finale.
|by Anonymous||reply 228||01/20/2019|
Rami's finale collection...
SeenON.com coverage of Rami Kashou's final collection for the season finale of Project Runway 4.
|by Anonymous||reply 229||01/20/2019|
Jillian's finale collection....
SeenON.com coverage of Jillian Lewis'final collection for the season finale of Project Runway 4
|by Anonymous||reply 230||01/20/2019|
this thread doesn't have anything to do with the current season of All Stars anymore
the other one does:
They've added international winners and contestants. Anyone watching?
|by Anonymous||reply 231||01/20/2019|
Not sure what more there is to say about this past week's episode R231. The wrong person went home.
It should have been Sean Kelly or Anthony Ryan. Seth Aaron should have stayed.
You can only say it so many times, before it gets old.
|by Anonymous||reply 232||01/20/2019|
Actually, the consensus seems to be that Seth Aaron's design was the worst.
|by Anonymous||reply 233||01/20/2019|
that's okay and chill...., I don't mind talking about past PR stars.
|by Anonymous||reply 234||01/20/2019|
Yeah, it only seems to bother R231. lol
|by Anonymous||reply 235||01/20/2019|
This website is evidence that when a school doesn’t have hall monitors, some of the kids assume the role of hall monitors themselves.
|by Anonymous||reply 236||01/20/2019|
Well DL is designed to be moderated by its users, that is the whole set up. If we had better hall monitors we would have just had the one thread rather than this two thread debacle.
|by Anonymous||reply 237||01/20/2019|
^^^^ Hall Monitor!
|by Anonymous||reply 238||01/20/2019|
Do you think Seth Aaron deliberately tanked? A week before he was coolly making two dresses. To go all in on a very dubious concept doesn't seem like him.
|by Anonymous||reply 239||01/20/2019|
Dang, poor Chris. I hope he can regain the use of his lower legs and arm.
My cats would have started eating me after day two-whether I was dead or not.
|by Anonymous||reply 240||01/20/2019|
His accident was almost two years ago, so I'd love to hear an update on Chris.
|by Anonymous||reply 241||01/20/2019|
It's funny how R233 linked the other thread, but all they're talking about on that one is Jared Kushner and Harvey Weinstein, and the upcoming season of PR on Bravo.
|by Anonymous||reply 242||01/20/2019|
Another collection I really liked was Korto. Great colors and she designed the jewelry as well. In season, her seat belt coat-dress was a standout.
|by Anonymous||reply 243||01/21/2019|
Jesus, he was in a coma for two months and not expected to live. His Go Fund Me seems to have stalled. It says he's paralyzed from the knees down and lost the use of his right arm. No recent updates. Poor guy.
|by Anonymous||reply 244||01/21/2019|
Who was the contestant on last week's show that talked and they showed his garments, which consisted of fringe. It wasn't the fringe king, Sean. Anyway, it looked super hot. They were some cutout pants w/fringe.
|by Anonymous||reply 245||01/21/2019|
Was it Django, R245? The guy from the Netherlands, with the beard?
|by Anonymous||reply 246||01/21/2019|
That lady from Marie Claire is kind of mean. Tim knee how to criticize and be supportive at the same time. This woman is just rude.
|by Anonymous||reply 247||01/21/2019|
And Marquessa whatever her name is took it too far. Sunny made an artistic choice (a flawed one, but a choice that still adhered to the challenge requirements) and I didn’t see it as disrespectful at all, just not very smart.
She was way out of hand calling his design a finger up to PR and then even proceeding to demonstrate for Alyssa’s benefit.
|by Anonymous||reply 248||01/21/2019|
It was basically a finger to challenge "Use these two colors" "Fuck that, I don't want to use two colors"
|by Anonymous||reply 249||01/21/2019|
Interesting that when All Stars brought in Anne Fulenwider as mentor, much of the discussion here was about how horrible she is...and now she is barely mentioned. I thought you guys were too hard on her at first, holding her to a standard of being like Tim Gunn. But she really has proved to be awful. She’s completely unsympathetic and her advice doesn’t seem helpful. Where Tim came across like a teacher, she comes across like a TV show antagonist who is sent in the workroom to make people insecure about what they are doing. Someone (Dmitry?) even said she was mean recently.
But hey, this show obviously is cast with behind-the-scenes interests in mind and no longer for viewers. The Georgeous and Complicit Georgina Weinstein is still there receiving heaps of superficial flattery. Fulenwider is the EIC of Marie Claire—the big boss of the magazine that partners in producing the show—so who is going to deny her ego when it wants to be a TV star, even if it puts off viewers?
|by Anonymous||reply 250||01/21/2019|
I still like Anne Fulenwider better than Zanna who never had anything to say, she was just some perky cheerleader, no real fashion critique.
Joanna Coles was actually a good mentor in Season 1 of All Stars, pity that she didn't want to keep doing it.
|by Anonymous||reply 251||01/21/2019|
I liked Joanna a lot. You’ll hate me, but probably better than Tim. He doesn’t always steer people in the right direction and he always has obvious favorites that bias his advice. I’ve always resented teachers who play favorites.
I do like how his snark increased and became bolder over the years. He has no problem talking shit about the judges, including Heidi, when he felt they were wrong or not being fair.
|by Anonymous||reply 252||01/21/2019|
Yes, Tim definitely doesn't mind speaking his mind, he has called out the judges many times over the years for what he thinks are stupid decisions.
|by Anonymous||reply 253||01/21/2019|
R253 Which kind of begs the question of what his job is on the show and how good he is at it. Many times, he has encouraged contestants to do something that the judges all reacted negatively to or even eliminated him for (hence the development of the “Tim Gunn Save,” which he sometimes invoked when he basically steered contestants in the direction they were aufed for). Is his job to encourage what falls in line with his personal taste, which he usually does? Or is it to steer them in a direction that will benefit them as contestants and lead to their win, or at least not get them kicked off?
|by Anonymous||reply 254||01/21/2019|
I mean no one can predict what the judging panel (and the producers) are going to decide to do that day. All any mentor can do is give the advice they feel is best.
|by Anonymous||reply 255||01/21/2019|
R205, interestingly that monster dress was a collaboration between Dom and Alexandria! Dom said it was more Alex’s concept, but it’s a fun dress.
As for Jillian, she was a brilliant designer who just had the misfortune of being on the wrong season. She said she gets the call for All Stars every year, but always turns it down. She probably knew that as a Bravo-era contestant Lifetime would not let her win.
I love that Tim Gunn has never been afraid to call the judges out (and openly dislikes Zac Posen and Isaac Mizrahi) but he’s just seemed so over the show for years now. And he tended to use his Save on weak designers whose personalities he liked (at least in Seasons 12 - 14).
But I’ll stop going on about the past. I think either Anthony Ryan, Dmitry, or Sean will win this season. That’s not necessarily an endorsement, just recognition of the fact that they’re precisely the type this judging panel favors (male, telegenic, appealing to Lifetime’s target audience). Hope Irina makes it farther than she did last time, though.
|by Anonymous||reply 256||01/21/2019|
The one I miss most of all is Michael Kors. He was an original, and you can tell both Mizrahi and Posen have tried to fill his role, but their bon mots are never as clever or funny or cutting as Kors’s were. He could be really mean, but he added serious entertainment value to the show.
|by Anonymous||reply 257||01/21/2019|
And I will not be supporting any incarnation that profits a Weinstein or a Kushner.
|by Anonymous||reply 258||01/21/2019|
Does anyone know why Tim dislikes Zac and Isaac?
|by Anonymous||reply 259||01/21/2019|
R259 Well, they’re both Jewish and Tim does follow Richard Spencer on Twitter...
|by Anonymous||reply 260||01/21/2019|
I know Zac and Tim fought a lot when Zac came onto the show. Posen wanted to be able to go see the designers in the work room every episode which Tim had to fight against, then Zac was inspecting the clothes up close which Tim thought was unfair so it was written into the show so the designers knew it was coming.
|by Anonymous||reply 261||01/21/2019|
Zac is a snot. I thought he was kind of cute when he was a wunderkind, but his pretentious arrogance on the show combined with his princess-ballgown aesthetic have turned me off over time. If I have to hear him say “Brava!” one more time...
|by Anonymous||reply 262||01/21/2019|
Michael Kors was an excellent judge on PR, but he's a terrible designer himself. He makes awful, basic mall clothing, not luxe American sportswear. Case in point his Spring/Summer 2019 collection, which looks like it was designed for Hollister or Tillys:
|by Anonymous||reply 263||01/21/2019|
R263 OMG is that a baja sweater on the left? Everyone wore those when I was in middle school, but they certainly never made an appearance on any designer runway.
|by Anonymous||reply 264||01/21/2019|
Tim lost me with his abhorrent treatment of Swapnil, not to mention his steering designers to their peril...
|by Anonymous||reply 265||01/21/2019|
I know r264, it's like the worst of the 90s. Lots of tacky prints mixed with grannyish brocades. I'm surprised he didn't give the models hacky sacks to kick as they walked down the runway.
|by Anonymous||reply 266||01/21/2019|
Tim had a blog for about two seconds and he was very candid in his opinions about the judges and designers. It was shut down very fast, presumably by the producers, and Tim was made an executive producer, more $$ for him. Since then he's phoned it in.
|by Anonymous||reply 267||01/21/2019|
I think Zac and the judges being able to examine the garments close up has been one of the most positive changes in the show. It's about construction but it's also about fabric and innovation. If a gown is pinned together, everyone knows it.
|by Anonymous||reply 268||01/21/2019|
Tim's problem with Swapnil was that he thought Swapnil was lazy, right? Or was there more to it than that?
I remember the greeting card dress Swapnil made- I Liked the colorful bottom part. But I'm not unhappy Edmond won that challenge. His bride dress was nice.
|by Anonymous||reply 269||01/21/2019|
IIRC, Swampnil came across as incredibly arrogant and that was off putting to me, and apparently to Tim.
|by Anonymous||reply 270||01/21/2019|
Tim was a bitch to Swapnil. Whether he thought he was lazy or arrogant is completely irrelevant. There were plenty of other contestants that were arrogant, lazy and a host of other attitudes that Tim let slide and didn’t publicly call out and embarrass. Tim was an ass.....
|by Anonymous||reply 271||01/21/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 272||01/21/2019|
[quote] Tim. He doesn’t always steer people in the right direction and he always has obvious favorites that bias his advice.
Paging Sean Kelly, Season 13 winner. Fringe for everybody!!!
[quote] He (Michael Kors) could be really mean, but he added serious entertainment value to the show.
Oh, hell yes!
|by Anonymous||reply 273||01/21/2019|
Michael-ism # 2
|by Anonymous||reply 274||01/21/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 275||01/21/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 276||01/21/2019|
Okay.... last one.
|by Anonymous||reply 277||01/21/2019|
Here, guy. Just watch the video. We don’t need a JPEG for every insult.
Nothing against Zac Posen (except kinda, yeah) but we really missed Michael Kors' little one-liners from Project Runway. To pay proper homage, we put togethe...
|by Anonymous||reply 278||01/21/2019|
I love Ann. She's like, "no, don't be stupid, I'm not being funny, I'm telling you your design sucks." The look on her face usually says it all.
|by Anonymous||reply 279||01/21/2019|
Yes, the look on her face says, “I’m not here to help you. I’m not here to be a TV star. I am here to inflict pain and suffering because I am the fucking editor in chief of a magazine and I can.”
|by Anonymous||reply 280||01/21/2019|
Anne is such a loser. I’m can’t believe she’s not humiliated when she sees herself of TV. She’s probably so narcissistic that she doesn’t see herself as we all do. I guess no one loves her enough to tell her she looks like a damn fool.
|by Anonymous||reply 281||01/21/2019|
Anne Fulenwider in 10 years.
In an interview with The Daily Mail, fashion designer Donna Karan apparently feels that Harvey Weinstein 's accusers "asked for it" because of how some of th...
|by Anonymous||reply 282||01/21/2019|
Anne Fulenwider in 10 years and one day.
The fashion designer told ABC News the comments she made in the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal that suggested women were "asking...
|by Anonymous||reply 283||01/21/2019|
Lol D282- how did I forget how hideous DK looked in that interview. It makes me even more embarrassed to have worn so much DKNY when I was in high school 😬
|by Anonymous||reply 284||01/21/2019|
R284 How hideous she LOOKS? How about what she says? She literally says more than once that women who get raped are “asking for it” based on “what are we asking for? And what we wearing?”
|by Anonymous||reply 285||01/21/2019|
sorry - i watched it on mute this time because I’m listening to music. But yeah- she’s as ugly on the inside as she looks on the outside.
|by Anonymous||reply 286||01/21/2019|
I don't mind Anne as a mentor. Her scenes are only seconds long because there are so many designers. Admittedly she's not good delivering the stupid scripted speeches.
|by Anonymous||reply 287||01/21/2019|
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|by Anonymous||reply 288||01/22/2019|
My friend just told me the drag bingo is fun. And it looks like it’s on Tuesdays.
|by Anonymous||reply 289||01/22/2019|
And he’s a young friend, ...
|by Anonymous||reply 290||01/22/2019|
I have to admit, I wasn't too impressed with Christian Siriano's final PR collection.
It looked like chicken feathers to me.
He's over rated.
SeenON.com coverage of Christian Siriano's final collection for the season finale of Project Runway 4.
|by Anonymous||reply 291||01/22/2019|
R247 I now think it was Evan.
|by Anonymous||reply 292||01/23/2019|
R288 through r290 are stray posts, sorry.
|by Anonymous||reply 293||01/23/2019|
I don't get all the Christian Siriano love, either.
I think he's a great designer now, especially in his acceptance (as a designer) of larger body types, but while he was on the show, I think that Rami, Jillian and Chris March were far better designers.
I think that the judges went with Christian because of his "potential," and not his actual designs during the competition.
|by Anonymous||reply 294||01/23/2019|
Christian’s execution was almost always flawless - and he was able to whip up intricate, elaborate designs in record time, the likes of which no one had seen at PR until that time.
Add the fact that he was young, eccentric, hip, and full of catch phrases ... and you had a winner!
|by Anonymous||reply 295||01/23/2019|
Tim said Christian was the only contestant in the history of the show he considered a prodigy.
|by Anonymous||reply 296||01/23/2019|
I really thought Jillian was incredibly talented. I loved her collection much more than Rami’s.
|by Anonymous||reply 297||01/23/2019|
I loved Rami’s collection (of cock and balls) much more than anyone else’s
|by Anonymous||reply 298||01/23/2019|
who went home?
|by Anonymous||reply 299||01/23/2019|
So far, Sunny and Seth Aaron, to the dismay of many DL queens who -based on the latter’s track record- swore he’d be a finalist.
|by Anonymous||reply 300||01/23/2019|
Thank god Jasper's gone. What a class A cunt!
|by Anonymous||reply 301||01/24/2019|
Stubby finally wore something more appropriate for her body proportions, even if it looked like a black and white sleeping robe.
It actually looked good on her, and didn’t make her legs look five inches short.
|by Anonymous||reply 302||01/24/2019|
By now, Hot Make Up Guy is basically a consulting whore who jumps from brand to brand every season.
|by Anonymous||reply 303||01/24/2019|
R303 That’s the model of the whole series. “Your winning look like be sold online by...”
...Bluefly (Season 2)
...Banana Republic (Season 3)
...Dollar General (Season 12)
...DixieCupsOutlet.ru (Last Season)
...JC Penney (This Season...oops, update: JC Penney says ‘we don’t know her’!)
|by Anonymous||reply 304||01/24/2019|
I liked Michelle’s a lot.
Dmitry’s looked like a discount prostitute’s fancy fantasy to me.
Sean’s made silk men’s pajamas with a matching corset. I kinda like it but it looks like men’s pajamas.
Christina’s looked like a third-grade class group project making latticework with construction paper and ace bandages.
Evan’s looks well done to me. Not my style, but it’s pretty good. Why are so many using beige fabric, though?
Cynthia’s model looks like she was mauled by a monster down both her flanks and had to be stitched back together while in her dress or else she would bleed to death. And then she bled to death anyway.
Jasper’s = skinny cow.
Anya’s...I actually like it. I really like the combination of pastel florals and black netting, and the bias-cut corset is odd but interesting. The corset looks way too loose to be a corset and I like that, too. I know: there goes any credibility I had!
Juli made beautiful neglige for a young, newly widowed Melania-type third wife.
Irina’s s&m alien with an exoskeleton...I mean, it looks like she put a lot of effort into it, but I don’t really like it. I could see a pop star who likes attention wearing it to an awards show, I guess.
I hate Anthony Ryan’s. It looks like “athleisure” workout wear made for an evening gala, whereupon everyone at the gala would tell the rich old man that his new girlfriend certainly has an interesting eye for fashion. And then tomorrow all the women snicker over white wine about the clueless dumb slut who thought she looked good in a Lycra gown.
Django: the fabric cheap to me, but I like the shapes and layers.
|by Anonymous||reply 305||01/24/2019|
Next season it will be the "Walmart accessory wall".
|by Anonymous||reply 306||01/24/2019|
R306 Nope, it’s moving to Bravo and is hosted by Jared Kushner’s sister in law, KKK. The contestants surely will be treated to the Ivanka Trump Tower of Shoes.
|by Anonymous||reply 307||01/24/2019|
With sandwiches from Chik fil A.
|by Anonymous||reply 308||01/24/2019|
Is anyone posting the final looks? I couldn't find them on Lifetime and Entertainment Weekly doesn't seem to be doing recaps.
|by Anonymous||reply 309||01/24/2019|
That was the most lackluster runway I've ever seen. And these are supposed to be All-Stars!
I say, hardly.
|by Anonymous||reply 310||01/24/2019|
I agree R301, so glad that little troll is GONE!
|by Anonymous||reply 311||01/24/2019|
It made me laugh when Biddell threw some shade at Dmitry.
It's about time someone said it!
|by Anonymous||reply 312||01/24/2019|
Irina’s corset coat was chic and well made. The lace underneath, not so much....
|by Anonymous||reply 313||01/24/2019|
Irina's was my favorite. A lot of work went into that coat, loved the shape. I disagree with the [Marquesa woman] critique that all her looks so far have been the same length. They have but each one has been a different silhouette.
When the challenge was announced, my first thought was, corset? how dated. Second thought was, if they have to construct a corset bodice then Anya is screwed. But hey ho, they supplied a corset. Her skewed corset look was actually interesting. No time was spent with her so we barely saw it though.
|by Anonymous||reply 314||01/24/2019|
To be honest I miss the segment from the regular Project Runway where the judges inspect the clothes more closely. IMO that was a great addition pushed by Zac Posen.
|by Anonymous||reply 315||01/24/2019|
Irina's outfit was hoochie wear, once again.
She had much better taste, during her original season. I don't know what happened to her.
|by Anonymous||reply 316||01/24/2019|
I agree. I thought Irina was underrated during her first season. Now I see tons of talent and creativity but a really weirdly cheap aesthetic.
|by Anonymous||reply 317||01/24/2019|
Unless it had to do with the editing, I noticed that, not only was he eliminated with a very stern announcement of his name by LaMilano, but also Jasper did not get a goodbye hug. Should anything be read into that?
I never thought his treatment of the models was that bad. His “no, no, NO!” did not come across so much tyrannical or mean as it did seem a cultural or language barrier.
Anyway - he’s outta here.
|by Anonymous||reply 318||01/24/2019|
Jasper definitely got the “unwanted cut” on last night’s episode. They patched together a lot of arrogant (overcompensating for insecurities?) footage with commentary from his costars calling him a loser and a virgin who can’t sew.
Found on Google from tenor.com
|by Anonymous||reply 319||01/24/2019|
R315 I miss that part, too. The judges usually say some funny stuff during that segment. And I like to see the outfits up close.
|by Anonymous||reply 320||01/24/2019|
Jasper was definitely cruel to his model(s).
You don't treat PEOPLE like that, not just models.
He was a nasty little shit, who had to go.
|by Anonymous||reply 321||01/24/2019|
I was kind of hoping the azn girl from Brazil would have gone home, as well. She really sucks at design.
Too bad it wasn't a double elimination.
|by Anonymous||reply 322||01/24/2019|
Is the prize money for this season of All-Stars, less than previous seasons?
The winner of this version of All-Stars only wins $100,000.
I could have sworn that the prize money was $150,000 in past seasons.
|by Anonymous||reply 323||01/26/2019|
R323 Maybe they had to pay off JCP for violating the contract and not airing the show within the year.
|by Anonymous||reply 324||01/26/2019|
[quote] I noticed that, not only was he eliminated with a very stern announcement of his name by LaMilano, but also Jasper did not get a goodbye hug
As an Asian, I got a very uncomfortable feeling that smacked of racism (which I have encountered IRL) It may not be overt but it's very subtle, especially on Milano's part. She hugs everyone.
|by Anonymous||reply 325||01/26/2019|
[quote] As an Asian, I got a very uncomfortable feeling that smacked of racism
I think it had more to do with his treatment of the models. He was being misogynistic, and Alyssa has been a vocal critic of Trump's treatment of Stormi Daniels, so it makes sense.
And if you want to talk about something that "smacked of racism," well how about Jasper's treatment of the black model. He basically treated her like a dog. Did that smack of racism, too?
|by Anonymous||reply 326||01/26/2019|
This season doesn't seem to be generating a lot of interest.
And there really aren't any fun personalities - just bitchy ones.
Also, there aren't any fan favorites, and half of them aren't even familiar to US viewers.
Lastly, the designs have been really lackluster.
|by Anonymous||reply 327||01/27/2019|
If the series mattered at all, the JC Penney embarrassment would have been a PR fiasco—that the show promises to sell the clothes and JCP is tweeting, nope, not gonna happen. But it didn’t even matter. No one cared enough to run a story on it because no one is watching. The series is completely irrelevant.
|by Anonymous||reply 328||01/27/2019|
I don't get why JCP would cancel the agreement they had with Project Runway.
What was the big issue? So the show aired a year late. Big deal!
|by Anonymous||reply 329||01/27/2019|
Project Runway is a very aged franchise r328, it has not generated the type attention it used to for many years now.
I'm been watching this show live since Season 3, it used to be huge. It used to have a big presence in pop culture, those days are past. This season is now the final season on Lifetime, so the network itself doesn't even have a reason to care anymore.
|by Anonymous||reply 330||01/27/2019|
[quote] So the show aired a year late. Big deal!
It was at least two years late.
|by Anonymous||reply 331||01/27/2019|
[quote] So the show aired a year late. Big deal!
Even so, I don't see why JCP would give up all this promotional material that Project Runway is giving them.
They paid for sponsorship, so why rag on the show?
|by Anonymous||reply 332||01/28/2019|
r332. I think the problem is rather that the ownership of Project Runway changed and the new owners didn't get "paid" but the previous ones and now the new ones refuse to honor the deal that was made with the previous owners with JC Penney cutting their so called losses.
|by Anonymous||reply 333||01/28/2019|
Sorry, I meant that the new owners want to get paid by JC Penney or renegotiate the terms for licensing the designs and JC Penney refused.
|by Anonymous||reply 334||01/28/2019|
New episode tonight!
|by Anonymous||reply 335||01/30/2019|
Anya needs to go!
I can't believe she out lasted Seth Aaron. The bitch can't sew!!
|by Anonymous||reply 336||01/30/2019|
Michael Kors has something to say about this season...
|by Anonymous||reply 337||01/30/2019|
R336, it’s not Project Seamstress.
|by Anonymous||reply 338||01/30/2019|
[quote] it’s not Project Seamstress
It's not Project Cocksucker either, but Anya certainly has a talent for THAT.
She's definitely on the wrong show.
|by Anonymous||reply 339||01/30/2019|
So who went home?
|by Anonymous||reply 340||01/30/2019|
The nice chick from Australia with the big hooters. The one who arrived at the end of the first show with Sean, not the one who already won a challenge.
|by Anonymous||reply 341||01/31/2019|
And Michelle Lesbiac won.
|by Anonymous||reply 342||01/31/2019|
Django and Cynthia have been in the bottom twice and safe the rest of the time. Looks like one of them may be next if they don’t radically upgrade the crap they’re sending down the runway. The edit says it may be Django, since he’s coming across as that typical contestant (there’s always one of them) who continuously harps on how he doesn’t have any competition but is never on top and designs crap.
On the flip side, Dmitry, Irina and Michelle have the strongest track records so far (Christina is a close fourth) with a win each, and Dmitry being the only one of them who has never been in the bottom. But Irina’s visits to the top are more impressive, ruinedbonly by a bottom two episode.
|by Anonymous||reply 343||01/31/2019|
I liked Anthony Ryan’s the best, except for the unnecessary necklace. I thought it looked great. Michelle’s was good too but it did look very similar to a Dimitry dress.
|by Anonymous||reply 344||01/31/2019|
I feel like the judges are way off.
Michelle belonged in the top 3, but Anthony Ryan and Dmitry should have been in the middle. Kristina (alligator) and Evan Liddell (antelope?) should have been in the top 3. I don't know why they keep overlooking Kristina. In my opinion, she should have been in the top many times.
I didn't find Sean's design that bad, and I'm not sure why they hated it so much. I see why they put Django in the bottom, but at least he has ideas and he knows how to construct well.
As far as Julie is concerned, she was the right one to go home. Her design was AWFUL. Truly awful.
|by Anonymous||reply 345||01/31/2019|
Cheeky monkey! Cheeky monkey! Cheeky monkey!
|by Anonymous||reply 346||01/31/2019|
Dmitry's dress made his model look short and heavy.
And Anthony Ryan's design had nothing to do with an owl.
Oh, and as usual, Anya sent down another groundbreaking design using the same flowy dress with the same mix-and-match patterns. Yet she never gets called out on it.
|by Anonymous||reply 347||01/31/2019|
Does anyone else find Django hot? His looks are growing on me, and I think he's attractive.
|by Anonymous||reply 348||01/31/2019|
I loved Julie's attitude and how she appreciated the monkey, but she came up with something really unflattering.
Sean's dress was sexy but I agree that it wasn't his best work and felt unpolished and in some ways unfinshed and thought through presentation-wise.
Michelle deserved the win. That dress was a knock-out. Even more impressive is that she came up with that being inspired by Dimi... uh, a porcupine.
Dimitry. Yeesh. His dresses this season look so drab, traditional, frumpy, conservative, outdated. Bohemian chic for cougars. I don't get why he gets praised for that and ends up in the top three for his designs.
Anthony Ryan was ok. Didn't get owl from that though and it didn't look like something you'd wear on a WILD night out. But it did look pleasant enough.
|by Anonymous||reply 349||01/31/2019|
I think Django will end in a ditch somewhere as soon Anne Fulenwider catches him in a dark corner of the studio. Of course she seems useless as a mentor for the most part (how some contestants need her to tell them their fabric and color choices are terrible is a mystery to me), but you don't give the show footage of dissing someone with such a clout in the fashion industry even when you are from Europe.
|by Anonymous||reply 350||01/31/2019|
Yeah I don’t get how Sean ended up in the basement. I actually liked the fabric, loved the styling, and thought he’d be top 3.
|by Anonymous||reply 351||01/31/2019|
I have this truly irrational hatred for Michelle Lesniak. I just hate her guts, and I hate everything she says, and I hate everything she makes. Anthony Ryan makes the same split back top and trousers for every challenge, usually in blue. Django looks like Joey Fatone. Irina is a back-stabbing bitch, but sometimes her designs are amazing. Dmitry and Biddell are my other two favorites. I also like Cynthia.
|by Anonymous||reply 352||01/31/2019|
Irina is by far the most innovative and creative, in terms of design. She does things that nobody else even come close to doing. Her only issue now is editing. Oh, and taste.
I also love how Irina causes drama from behind the scenes. During her original season, she was outwardly mean and arrogant. This time around, she is much nicer, but she's still a little trouble maker.
Cynthia and Anya are such non-entities. You barely hear anything about them from the judges, from the other contestants, and even in their confessional interviews. It's almost like they don't exist.
|by Anonymous||reply 353||01/31/2019|
Based on what I've seen so far, I think that Michelle, Irina and Dmitry could be in the top 3.
Anthony Ryan could make it there, but to me it would be undeserved.
|by Anonymous||reply 354||01/31/2019|
Bit off topic, but since the winning look was inspired by porcupines ...
“Have you ever seen a Baby Porcupine eating a banana? ???? https://t.co/VU5s8VZNRF”
|by Anonymous||reply 355||01/31/2019|
IMO, the top three looks this week were Michelle, Irina, and Anthony Ryan....
|by Anonymous||reply 356||01/31/2019|
Irina's wallaby design was really cute.
I don't know if a woman would wear it out for a night on the town, but it was definitely interesting.
|by Anonymous||reply 357||01/31/2019|
Django's a cutie!
|by Anonymous||reply 358||01/31/2019|
Django’s design was horrific this week. He seems the weakest link to me and should’ve been aufed before Seth Aaron or Sonny...
|by Anonymous||reply 359||01/31/2019|
It was sad to see Julie go because, although her clothes weren't adventurous enough to be there (and the gibbon dress was awful), she was cute and entertaining to watch.
As far as Michelle's dress - Dmitry doesn't own mesh cut-outs. The closeups of him sulking really showed what damage he's done to his previously beautiful face. Shame. He was gorgeous before.
|by Anonymous||reply 360||01/31/2019|
[quote]I have this truly irrational hatred for Michelle Lesniak. I just hate her guts, and I hate everything she says, and I hate everything she makes.
You’re not the only one. Especially if you remember her first season that she won - total closet lesbian cunt
|by Anonymous||reply 361||01/31/2019|
[quote]Based on what I've seen so far, I think that Michelle, Irina and Dmitry could be in the top 3.
Is “what I’ve seen so far” the score table in Wikipedia?
|by Anonymous||reply 362||01/31/2019|
R358, that picture had to be from 1978!
|by Anonymous||reply 363||01/31/2019|
I don't like Michelle either. A Very Unpleasant personality and hard to look at.
Why didn't she confront Irina? She looked like she was picking on Dmitri. I had to laugh when even the judges and everyone else thought it was a "Dmitri" dress.
|by Anonymous||reply 364||01/31/2019|
I can't stand Michelle either. I HATED her during her original season. That said, her dress did deserve to win.
|by Anonymous||reply 365||01/31/2019|
Hate Michelle, hated her dress. Who wants to see a G-string and ass? I liked Anthony Ryan's and thought the tassel necklace was a nice pop of color.
|by Anonymous||reply 366||01/31/2019|
[quote] It was sad to see Julie go because, although her clothes weren't adventurous enough to be there (and the gibbon dress was awful), she was cute and entertaining to watch.
Same here. Funny that Georgina keeps saying that Julie's clothes "lacked personality," because Julie herself has a lot of personality.
If anyone lacks personality, it's Cynthia.
Oh, and Alyssa really must have hated Jasper, because she came to the runway and gave Julie a goodbye kiss, while Jasper got NOTHING. Hahaha.
|by Anonymous||reply 367||02/01/2019|
It looks like Dmitry gets blasted next week...
|by Anonymous||reply 368||02/01/2019|
I noticed that too, r367. I wondered why he got no hug...
|by Anonymous||reply 369||02/01/2019|
There were at least 2 commercials for Depends on the show this week, Grandpa camping with the grandkids in his extra large Depends and middle-aged black woman feeling frisky modelling her formfitting Depends.
|by Anonymous||reply 370||02/01/2019|
Lol R370. And, so what?
|by Anonymous||reply 371||02/01/2019|
R371 It says something about the demographic that is the PR audience.
|by Anonymous||reply 372||02/01/2019|
I don't know why you all hate Michelle so much. She seems nice, she isn't fake, and she's a great designer.
You just sound like haters.
|by Anonymous||reply 373||02/01/2019|
She wasn’t nice at all in her original season. And a pot stirrer.
|by Anonymous||reply 374||02/01/2019|
Michelle comes off as smug by laughing at her jokes way too much (thinking she is so witty and funny). Or that's just the edit desperate to make someone a villain this season.
|by Anonymous||reply 375||02/01/2019|
You might be right, R375.
The editing might be trying to make Michelle look like the bad guy, and Dmitry look "innocent."
If that's the case, then he's headed for the finale and that would suck because his designs really aren't that great.
|by Anonymous||reply 376||02/02/2019|
Dmitry is handsome and telegenic with an attractive speaking voice. Are his designs all that? I don’t think so. If I were a judge, I probably wouldn’t have awarded him the win on either of his two previous Project Runway appearances, but this is not really a design competition.
I fully expect the winner to be Dmitry, Sean, or Anthony Ryan. They most adhere to the type the panel and producers like to award on this show. In all likelihood, one of them was pegged to win before cameras even started rolling, and this season is a semi-entertaining exercise in futility.
Someone asked about Anya skating by for five weeks with questionable designs. I wouldn’t be surprised if she had it written into her contract that she couldn’t be eliminated for X number of shows. All Stars contestants from other franchises have done this, and can get away with it because the casting pool is much smaller for an All Stars season (especially an all winners edition).
|by Anonymous||reply 377||02/02/2019|
Well that sounds extremely frustrating for the viewer, R377, because the show didn't start out that way.
At least with Tim Gunn as mentor, there was integrity with the judging. Nina and Michael also wouldn't let some crap designer get away with sending shit down the runway. Although, Nina did have a hand in awarding Anya and Ashley Nell the win for both their seasons, so she loses some credibility there. Once Zac joined the judging panel, it was over.
I guess through the lens you just described, I'm going to have to take the "winners" and the "losers" with a grain of salt.
|by Anonymous||reply 378||02/02/2019|
What's laughable is that the viewers have EYES, and we can see when a so-called winning design is absolute garbage.
So why do the judges even try to pretend that we don't see it?
And what's worse, they try to DEFEND an ugly design as the winner.
But the really shitty thing about the judges is when they rip a design for something one week, and let another designer get a pass for doing the exact same thing the following week. The judging is so random and biased.
|by Anonymous||reply 379||02/02/2019|
Ashley’s win tainted the entire show and all associated with it. It would never have happened on Bravo...
|by Anonymous||reply 380||02/02/2019|
Dmitri used to be handsome. I don't know what he did to his face (fillers, nose job?) but he should just stop.
|by Anonymous||reply 381||02/02/2019|
I hope that Anya wins this season.
It will put the final nail in the coffin of PR on Lifetime.
It never belonged there in the first place.
|by Anonymous||reply 382||02/02/2019|
[quote]At least with Tim Gunn as mentor, there was integrity with the judging. Nina and Michael also wouldn't let some crap designer get away with sending shit down the runway.
In the very first episode of PR ever, they let this crap from Wendy Pepper sail through.
|by Anonymous||reply 383||02/02/2019|
R383 that outfit was nuts! Sad for Wendy Pepper—she was a bit ornery, but she also sent some lovely designs down the runway. She deserved to be offed before the finals, but she wasn’t. Nonetheless, she really was a true designer. She had a pretty successful business up until she died.
|by Anonymous||reply 384||02/02/2019|
When she really was aufed.
|by Anonymous||reply 385||02/02/2019|
That's not fair, R383.
It was an unconventional challenge using party favors, so you can't really judge the outfits in the way that you would a design using regular material.
Also, she stayed only because the losing designer sent his model down the runway in a garbage bag. No kidding... a garbage bag. I think it was Daniel something or other. So the for the judges, there was someone who sent something MUCH worse down the runway.
|by Anonymous||reply 386||02/02/2019|
R386, where did I imply that I judge WP's "bikini" as a regular material challenge?
And it was the unconventional materials challenge but that doesn't mean to send literally nothing on the runway?! Her model wore her own underwear, the rest is WP's "design".
And this was the winning look in the same challenge, so it can be done, Austin's corn husk dress.
|by Anonymous||reply 387||02/02/2019|
You are MISSING THE POINT, R387.
You claimed that the judges were at fault by keeping Wendy in the competition with her awful outfit.
[quote] In the very first episode of PR ever, they let this crap from Wendy Pepper sail through.
However, they can't send TWO people home, and Daniel's garbage bag dress was WORSE than Wendy's swimsuit. That's the only reason why Wendy stayed. Because Daniel's outfit was worse. And you can't blame the judges for that, like you were trying to do.
They didn't let her outfit "sail through," as you falsely claimed. In reality, they sent home an outfit that was EVEN WORSE than Wendy's.
USE YOUR BRAIN.
|by Anonymous||reply 388||02/02/2019|
[quote]Daniel's garbage bag dress was WORSE than Wendy's swimsuit.
It was obvious from my first post that I don't share that opinion, R388. It was unmitigated crap.
If Wendy's model wore only said "swimsuit", she would've walked butt naked on the runway. Daniel at least sent a garment that covered his model's c-word.
If you call Wendy's beads a "swimsuit" and "design", you are even more cray than your allcaps shouting suggests.
|by Anonymous||reply 389||02/02/2019|
I know that you're trying to win a losing argument here, but you're the one that's delusional.
Butcher paper and a garbage bag, do not a design make. And I don't give a crap what you say, or how you try to argue your ridiculous point.
The judges sent the right person home.
|by Anonymous||reply 390||02/02/2019|
PS, I forgot that he added aluminum foil to his garbage bag and butcher paper..... ROFL!!!
But go on and keep defending him.
I guess you like "homeless hooker bag lady chic."
|by Anonymous||reply 391||02/02/2019|
Are we really arguing about Wendy Pepper?
|by Anonymous||reply 392||02/02/2019|
[quote]Butcher paper and a garbage bag, do not a design make.
And a few string of beads does? And when you remove the model's own personal underwear which isn't part of said "design", what remains of the lower part of the "swimsuit"? Barenaked cooch, that's what.
The only saving grace for the judges is that Nina was as aghast and vocally appalled at Wendy's "design". She kept saying, "There are no clothes!". It probably was the producers' decision (justifying the disclaimer about "producer's input" into final decisions).
|by Anonymous||reply 393||02/02/2019|
You guys who are bashing Lifetime and looking forward to the show’s return to Bravo and presumed integrity...Bravo is nothing like the network it was when Project Runway had its heyday. All day today, Bravo ran a “tiny houses” makeover marathon, like it wants to be HGTV. Other than that, it’s the Andy Cohen Trash Network. I find it funny-sad that people expect the series to return to its glory days on the network whose newest rating grab is casting Charlie Sheen’s ex wife.
|by Anonymous||reply 394||02/02/2019|
Point taken, r394...
|by Anonymous||reply 395||02/02/2019|
I don't get why Dmitry was so up in arms over Michelle's dress resembling some -- technique -- he does. He didn't invent that. Plus, it's not as if she copied his design.
He can't say the same, because he was actually accused of copying during the show.
Chris March is shocked that Dmitry Sholokhov is making the exact same dress as him, in this scene from Episode 2 (The Art of Construction) of Project Runway ...
|by Anonymous||reply 396||02/02/2019|
As if hundreds of designers before him, had never, ever made a "cutout star" design before in their entire lives.
So did he copy the peasant dress he made in the first challenge, or bohemian shoulder dress in this animal challenge.
Dmitry is fucking ridiculous. And so is Irina, for starting that shit.
|by Anonymous||reply 397||02/03/2019|
Scripted for drama-rama...
|by Anonymous||reply 398||02/03/2019|
[quote] Scripted for drama-rama...
No. Dmitry really is a passive-aggressive asshole, who is completely full of himself.
|by Anonymous||reply 399||02/03/2019|
His latest peasant dress look was awful...
|by Anonymous||reply 400||02/05/2019|
Dmitry claims that his new affection for peasant dresses, shows that he's "branching out" and doing different things... rofl.
Um, okay. Whatever.
|by Anonymous||reply 401||02/06/2019|
That was the best runway of the season. I loved almost every design, except for Dmitry's and the one from Brazil. Both were hideous and not anything that would be worn on a red carpet.
I'm always boggled by the judges' perception of what's good. Normally, I'm not a fan of Anthony Ryan's designs, but his blue outfit was amazing. So beautiful.
I also loved Biddell's gown. I started to question my taste when Sean and others were criticizing his gown as cheap and "nasty" looking, but I'm glad that the judges liked it, because it totally deserved to be in the top 3.
I thought that Irina's gown was sort of plain, but her craftsmanship is always top-notch.
Sean's gown did not deserve to win, much less be in the top three. The judges definitely got that one wrong.
|by Anonymous||reply 402||02/07/2019|
FINALLY, Anya was exposed as the fraud that she is.
She was forced into a situation where she couldn't do her usual flowy shit, and she folded like a cheap suit. She didn't have a clue about what to do or how to do it, and she needed THREE OTHER PEOPLE to help her finish that crappy garment.
I have always said that she didn't deserve to win her season, and this past episode proved it.
|by Anonymous||reply 403||02/07/2019|
Django is hilarious in his hatred for Anne.
Next week he tells her to fuck off, and calls her an asshole! Rofl.
It's obvious that he will not win, because Anne has a hand in picking the winner, since she has to work with them for a year.
He'll never get the job.
|by Anonymous||reply 404||02/07/2019|
I really don't get Sean and his dumb fringe. And he never gets called out on it.
|by Anonymous||reply 405||02/07/2019|
I think the issue with Dmitry—and also Sean—is they do beautiful work, but there are no surprises. They use the same themes over and over again. That can work with iconic designers (Chanel comes to mind), but frankly, they’re not iconic.
|by Anonymous||reply 406||02/07/2019|
“FINALLY, Anya was exposed as the fraud that she is.”
Anya emphasized in the first episode of the season that she doesn’t know how to sew, hasn’t made a garment since she was kicked off the show years ago, and was “crazy” to accept the invitation to be on the show. It’s silly to suggest she was trying to fool the world about her abilities. She was just coasting along with her limited skill set for as long as she could, and she knew that and admitted it.
|by Anonymous||reply 407||02/07/2019|
R407, I’m not an Anya fan, but she did nice work that was limited in imagination, but still wearable. And she wasn’t kicked off, she won her season.
|by Anonymous||reply 408||02/07/2019|
[quote] She was just coasting along with her limited skill set for as long as she could, and she knew that and admitted it.
Then she should also admit that she didn't deserve to win her season, and she is by NO MEANS an "All-Star."
Hence, she's a fraud.
|by Anonymous||reply 409||02/07/2019|
Biddell's gown should have won. It was very sexy and elegant.
Also, Anthony Ryan should have been in the top 3, and Sean Kelly should have just been safe. No way should that ugly creation have won.
|by Anonymous||reply 410||02/07/2019|
Django gets sexier with each passing week.
There's just something about him that's very unique and mysterious.
|by Anonymous||reply 411||02/07/2019|
Sean did that fringe dress that Heidi wore at the Emmys and it landed her on every Worst Dressed List. Almost everyone remarked it looked like she was a car wash.
|by Anonymous||reply 412||02/07/2019|
I loved Biddell's story about when he made his first pair of pants his mom was so supportive she went out and got him a bunch of fabric and a sewing machine. How cute!
|by Anonymous||reply 413||02/07/2019|
The editing for this show is interesting.
I thought that Biddell was a goner for sure, when he was saying that he always finishes early, and that the judges will love his dress, and that he's never been in the bottom before.
Also, Anthony Ryan was making snarky comments about how there's "always more work to be done," and how Biddell "needs to be brought down a peg."
Then, voila.... Biddell is in the top 3. Nice trick play by the editing team!
(PS, I even liked the earrings)
|by Anonymous||reply 414||02/07/2019|
[quote]Django is hilarious in his hatred for Anne.
He delivered the best line in this episode, even if it was not against Anne but against La Marquessa.
|by Anonymous||reply 415||02/07/2019|
I do love Sean’s car wash fringes ... but not this week’s, as they were complemented by this very stiff upward pointing bodice.
|by Anonymous||reply 416||02/07/2019|
The comment that Biddell’s earrings looked like air fresheners was pretty funny...
|by Anonymous||reply 417||02/07/2019|
[quote] He delivered the best line in this episode, even if it was not against Anne but against La Marquessa
Lol, that was funny when Django said that since Georgina said that his design looks better the longer she looks at it, then he'll come back tomorrow and he'll win the challenge.
|by Anonymous||reply 418||02/07/2019|
Wendy Williams was so over-the-top in her comments. She was acting very strange (drugs?) and looked very thin.
Wtf was up with her?
|by Anonymous||reply 419||02/07/2019|
I would love to see Michelle, Biddell, and Irina make it to the finale.
They're the only ones who are making interesting designs. Kristina from Australia is good too, but it's funny that she has neither been in the top nor the bottom so far. She should have been, though.
|by Anonymous||reply 420||02/07/2019|
The one from Brazil should be next to go.
She's practically non-existent.
|by Anonymous||reply 421||02/07/2019|
I love the red carpet and avant garde challenges.
The designers always come up with amazing outfits.
|by Anonymous||reply 422||02/07/2019|
I hated Sean's dress. Irina should have won, her dress was beautiful. Her work is amazing in detail and she seems to constantly challenge herself. I think she's a better designer than Dmitry or Sean, unfortunately, she is set back by her lack of personality.
|by Anonymous||reply 423||02/07/2019|
100% R423. Irina and Kristina consistently get robbed, although Kristina is more robbed.
I absolutely do not get the love for Sean's designs. They SUCK.
And Dmitry is so in love with himself and his designs, and he comes across as so clueless when it really looks like shit. "It looks like a crystal ball." No, bitch. It looks like a 70's DISCO ball.
|by Anonymous||reply 424||02/07/2019|
[quote]Kristina from Australia is good too, but it's funny that she has neither been in the top nor the bottom so far.
Um, she won the corset challenge.
|by Anonymous||reply 425||02/07/2019|
[quote]The one from Brazil should be next to go. She's practically non-existent.
Django has been in the bottom the last three times, and safe the rest. Cynthia has been in the bottom just twice, and safe the rest.
So, technically Django is performing the worst right now. But I suppose his delusional self-worth, along with his funny quips, could provide enough entertainment to keep him around longer than wallflower Cynthia., who has been harping on how much she misses her life in Brazil,
|by Anonymous||reply 426||02/07/2019|
Biddell, Cynthia and Django are the only ones left without a win so far. Biddell is due, and avant garde may be along his line of expertise, judging from his past designs.
The other two are in deep trouble and candidates for elimination next.
|by Anonymous||reply 427||02/07/2019|
I'm not American, so this was the first time I've seen Wendy Williams. She was just awful and you could see the distaste on the other judge's faces.
|by Anonymous||reply 428||02/07/2019|
Why were there like a million judges this time?
|by Anonymous||reply 429||02/07/2019|
I think it's because they were all supposed to be "experts" about the red carpet, R429.
Wendy is a television personality, Danica is a star race car driver, and the last girl was a model.
|by Anonymous||reply 430||02/07/2019|
Danica Patrick, the epitome of class, elegance, and style on the red carpet. Love how her clothes hang so effortlessly on her brawny, modelesque features.
|by Anonymous||reply 431||02/07/2019|
Are you being sarcastic or serious, R431?
|by Anonymous||reply 432||02/08/2019|
Are you autistic R432?
Kidding... but I’m definitely on the spectrum and am pretty sure R431 was being sarcastic.
|by Anonymous||reply 433||02/08/2019|
Do they continue to edit out the JC Penney 'outfit of the week' on the US broadcast? On the Canadian one they don't.
|by Anonymous||reply 434||02/08/2019|
Danica actually had good critiques of the designers. So did the runway model.
It was Wendy who was acting stupid. Nothing she said was relevant. Plus, she was high.
|by Anonymous||reply 435||02/08/2019|
I have a feeling that Cynthia is a goner next week. Especially since she "misses her family."
Go be with them, girl. lol
|by Anonymous||reply 436||02/08/2019|
Is this the most boring Project Runway cast ever?
|by Anonymous||reply 437||02/09/2019|
Did no one else love Anthony Ryan's design?
I thought that the blue was beautiful, and his outfit was clean and crisp.
|by Anonymous||reply 438||02/09/2019|
It wasn't a red carpet look r438. Imagine a celebrity rocking the red carpet in that, posing for photos. It doesn't fit.
|by Anonymous||reply 439||02/09/2019|
Just watched the episode where Jasper was booted.
“Behind a great man there is a great woman”.
What a fuckwit. Annie and Aretha sang that it’s “no longer true” 35 years ago you dumb cluck.
|by Anonymous||reply 440||02/10/2019|
Sonny was aufed too soon. I realize he flouted the rules of the challenge, but his design was great. Didn’t he say he won most of the challenges of his season?
|by Anonymous||reply 441||02/11/2019|
New episode tonight!
|by Anonymous||reply 442||02/13/2019|
It's time that Cynthia was given the boot.
She has done nothing noteworthy on the show.
|by Anonymous||reply 443||02/13/2019|
It’s kind of amazing that they’ve kept yahoos like Django and Cynthia, and legitimate designers like Seth Aaron are gone...
|by Anonymous||reply 444||02/13/2019|
What TF is ‘butter london’ anyway??
|by Anonymous||reply 445||02/13/2019|
So they HATED Irina’s little dress but they LOVED Michelle’s little dress? wtf??
|by Anonymous||reply 446||02/13/2019|
The prettiest outfit was Dmitry’s... just beautiful, although probably not avant garde.
|by Anonymous||reply 447||02/13/2019|
Irina’s concept wasn’t avant garde or innovative. A drag queen did it better.
Found on Google from giphy.com
|by Anonymous||reply 448||02/13/2019|
Django has to go
|by Anonymous||reply 449||02/13/2019|
Sean should have gone home, but Django’s delusion drama had run its course and, with four lows in a row, he was next on the pre-ordained elimination list.
Now the only contestants left without a win are Cynthia and Bidell, and the only contestant with two wins is Anthony Ryan. I think he deserved his last win, but not his first.
Also, when Mizrahi called the dress under Michelle’s bent circle, “one of the best little dresses ever” I knew the fix was on.
Michelle is a pre-ordained finalist.
|by Anonymous||reply 450||02/14/2019|
So Django went home?? Damn, I missed the episode... but that sucks!
Sean Kelly is the worst!! And even worse, he's completely delusional about his so-called "talent."
He needs to go.
|by Anonymous||reply 451||02/14/2019|
[quote]So Django went home?? Damn, I missed the episode... but that sucks!
Why? He's untalented and has produced nothing but shit all season On top of that, he's an angry, pouty turd who cannot handle much-needed criticism (though I'll admit he was surprisingly gracious in his final remarks after being aufed).
|by Anonymous||reply 452||02/14/2019|
I think that Django is far more talented than the wallpaper (aka Cynthia) who has done absolutely nothing worth noting, since the beginning of the show.
|by Anonymous||reply 453||02/14/2019|
Did Irina get called out for creating a costume?
|by Anonymous||reply 454||02/14/2019|
Irina will probably win the competition. She's the most talented designer remaining.
|by Anonymous||reply 455||02/14/2019|
I knew that Django would get auf'ed.
He called Ann Bitchface an "asshole."
She IS an asshole, but she's still going to be his boss for a year at the magazine, so that's a big no-no.
He pretty much sealed his own fate.
|by Anonymous||reply 456||02/14/2019|
Anne IS kind of an asshole, but her criticisms of Django's work were often accurate and he always responded like a big baby having a tantrum.
|by Anonymous||reply 457||02/14/2019|
[quote] Anne IS kind of an asshole, but her criticisms of Django's work were often accurate and he always responded like a big baby having a tantrum.
True. I guess it's better to be like Cynthia Nobody, and just stand in the background, blend in with the wallpaper, and send bland designs down the runway.
Good thing she's still in the competition!
|by Anonymous||reply 458||02/15/2019|
You seem a little obsessed with Cynthia, r458.
|by Anonymous||reply 459||02/15/2019|
What I notice about the designers who've previously been on the US version is that they're all 'one treek monkeys', as Dmitry would say. None has really evolved since their seasons. It's rather embarrassing that they're making pretty much exactly the same stuff.
|by Anonymous||reply 460||02/16/2019|
Dmitry's 'one-treek money' this season are his dresses with see through panels.
|by Anonymous||reply 461||02/16/2019|
Project Runway Season 4 marathon on Bravo today.
It's the season with Christian Siriano, Rami, Jillian, Chris March, etc.
|by Anonymous||reply 462||02/18/2019|
I detest the people who put on personalities to stand out as reality show contestants instead of advancing on the merits or their design abilities. I always wonder why producers do this—but this thread illustrates why, I guess. People seem to revile Cynthia simply because she isn’t playing an over-the-top reality show character. I don’t really understand why people watch creativity-driven shows like this for interpersonal drama when there are so many “Housewives” and “Bachelor” and “Survivor” types of shows, but que sera sera.
|by Anonymous||reply 463||02/18/2019|
Watching season 4 all over again on Bravo right now, I just remembered why I didn't want Christian Siriano to win.
He was such an immature, whiny, conceited, and annoying twat. He absolutely could not take any criticism from the judges, and he was such a know-it-all.
Truly, Rami or Jillian should have won.
|by Anonymous||reply 464||02/18/2019|
My favorite episode of season four was the avant garde challenge.
Chris March made an amazing design.
|by Anonymous||reply 465||02/18/2019|
The candy episode just aired, and it was very cute.
I loved Jillian's twizzler dress.
|by Anonymous||reply 466||02/18/2019|
New episode tonight.
It's Sean's time to get the boot. His designs really suck.
4,504 Likes, 199 Comments - Sean Kelly (@seanpatrickkelly) on Instagram: “????”
|by Anonymous||reply 467||02/20/2019|
Sean’s whoring ad posts are really sad to me. Christian Siriano became a fashion institution, and the best Sean can aim for is Jack Mackenroth.
|by Anonymous||reply 468||02/20/2019|
So true, R468. And don't forget Sean's signature FRINGE!
|by Anonymous||reply 469||02/20/2019|
Fringe is fucking brilliant. How DID he come up with it?!
|by Anonymous||reply 470||02/20/2019|
Many people are talented.
Some people are brilliant.
Few people are genuises.
One person fringes. Only one, ever.
|by Anonymous||reply 471||02/20/2019|
R468, I just looked through his IG and you're completely right. Nothing about him being a designer but all about him flaunting his body and attractiveness.
|by Anonymous||reply 472||02/20/2019|
I'm still convinced that the only reason Sean Kelly won his season, was because Tim Gunn had the hots for him.
|by Anonymous||reply 473||02/20/2019|
[quote] People seem to revile Cynthia simply because she isn’t playing an over-the-top reality show character. I don’t really understand why people watch creativity-driven shows like this for interpersonal drama
Sorry R463, but this doesn't apply to Cynthia.
Not only is she boring (which in and of itself is a reality television crime), but her designs are not at all note worthy!
She has never been in the top. She has only ever been in the middle or on the bottom.
Sometimes, you forget that she's even on the show.
|by Anonymous||reply 474||02/20/2019|
She won’t last...
|by Anonymous||reply 475||02/20/2019|
I feel so sorry for the contestants, because they got really screwed with this delay of airing the season. That and the stupid one day challenges (invent something and make it in one day! Good Luck!). I love Sean's personality, butI don't think the All Star format fits him since the contestants get even less time.
I had to LOL how bitchy Vanessa Wiliams and the model were in their judging.
|by Anonymous||reply 476||02/21/2019|
Haha, I knew that Cynthia would go home! She was a big nothing burger.
Sean Kelly, the bell tolls for thee!
|by Anonymous||reply 477||02/21/2019|
In the end, Cynthia basically admitted that she was happy to go home.
Well then.... BYE!
|by Anonymous||reply 478||02/21/2019|
Good for Michelle. She deserved the win.
|by Anonymous||reply 479||02/21/2019|
Did Michelle win? I thought someone else did.
|by Anonymous||reply 480||02/21/2019|
Evan Biddell won
|by Anonymous||reply 481||02/21/2019|
Michelle just sent yet another well-sewn rectangle down the runway.
|by Anonymous||reply 482||02/21/2019|
I could see Evan winning this season since he seems like the only one who gives a crap about showing off his design skills and give the show something to work with in terms of comments at the one-on-one interviews. To me the others kind of phone it in. A couple of years ago I would have said about him "the thirst is real!".
|by Anonymous||reply 483||02/22/2019|
Actually, Michelle seems to be working hard, as does Irina.
In fact, I would say that Irina is the hardest working of all the designers.
|by Anonymous||reply 484||02/24/2019|
[quote]Michelle just sent yet another well-sewn rectangle down the runway.
It was beautiful and represented evening wear, which fit the challenge, when most garments didn't.
|by Anonymous||reply 485||02/24/2019|
I wonder is there a site that shows all of the garments not just the top three.
|by Anonymous||reply 486||02/24/2019|
I've been looking R486, but haven't found one yet.
The Tom and Lorenzo site used to re-cap all of the designs, but they don't do it anymore.
|by Anonymous||reply 487||02/24/2019|
At this point, the finale should be Michelle, Biddell, and Irina.
No one else deserves to go to the finale.
|by Anonymous||reply 488||02/24/2019|
This season must be doing horribly in the ratings.
Lifetime has cut back the new episodes of PR from like 5 or 6, to just TWO on Wednesday nights.
Instead, they have replaced the new episodes of PR with RE-RUNS of Celebrity Wife Swap. Now that is sad!
I have to admit, this season has been extremely boring.
|by Anonymous||reply 489||02/27/2019|
Thank goodness the season is almost over. I just want to see who wins.
Isaac Mizrahi was on WWHL with Andy Cohen on Tuesday night, and he didn't mention Project Runway even once.
|by Anonymous||reply 490||02/27/2019|
Michelle seems to be a real professional. It’s a shame everyone hates her here because of her face.
|by Anonymous||reply 491||02/27/2019|
I agree R491. I don't get the hatred for Michelle at all.
She just seems to do her thing, and that's it. Plus, she designs really interesting garments.
The dislike for her seems almost irrational.
|by Anonymous||reply 492||02/27/2019|
The dislike for michelle comes from her original season, when she was a pot-stirring, self-promoting, manipulative bitch... and delusionally full of herself.
|by Anonymous||reply 493||02/27/2019|
I want to see HIGH FASHION. No wonder this season is tanking.
|by Anonymous||reply 494||02/27/2019|
So who's in, and who's out?
|by Anonymous||reply 495||02/27/2019|
Anthony Ryan and his model are like Twins. That was funny, Michelle.
|by Anonymous||reply 496||02/27/2019|
I would love to see Dmitry go home.
He's so arrogant.
|by Anonymous||reply 497||02/27/2019|
The pronoun instruction was a bizarre way to introduce a fashion show judge. That’s all I have to say about this episode.
|by Anonymous||reply 498||02/27/2019|
Ooh, did not see that coming. I thought it was going to be dmitry going for sure.
Bye Sean. You were kind of cute.
|by Anonymous||reply 499||02/27/2019|
Georgina is certainly bouncing back dramatically post-Harvey, good for her!
|by Anonymous||reply 500||02/27/2019|
I hate anyone who uses Cis-gender, cis this, cis that. Cis is a derogatory term. And that judge is a "they"? I am going to call it a she. She was a horrible judge.
|by Anonymous||reply 501||02/27/2019|
And the gender-neutral award this week goes to...
Found on Google from breitbart.com
|by Anonymous||reply 502||02/27/2019|
Dmitry seems over it. I'm glad to see Sean gone, though. He sucks.
I like Michelle as a designer, but she's not the nicest person. She comes across as fake, and she rarely has anything positive to say about anyone else. Maybe it comes from insecurity, but on the rare occasion that she's not snarking on someone behind their back (while being nice to their face), she just comes across as a big phoney.
|by Anonymous||reply 503||02/27/2019|
R503 Don’t let reality TV characterizations fool you. If you’ve ever seen a real housewives series, you should have noticed by now that in one season X is a sweet naive girl exploited by Y, the conniving bitch, and then in the next season, X is the conniving bitch and Y is suddenly naive. And then back again the next season. They edit people into characters.
|by Anonymous||reply 504||02/27/2019|
Michelle seems to be jealous that Irina took Dmitry away.
|by Anonymous||reply 505||02/27/2019|
Irina and Dmitry are both from former "Soviet" countries, so at the very least, they have the language and cultural bond.
|by Anonymous||reply 506||02/27/2019|
Good riddance to Sean.
He is, was, and will always be a fringe hack.
|by Anonymous||reply 507||02/27/2019|
I’ll miss Sean. He needs to show dong now.
But except for Christina’s look, those were some ugly looks this week.
|by Anonymous||reply 508||02/27/2019|
Bye bye fringey!!!
You didn't even make it to the finale. Bwahahaha.
|by Anonymous||reply 509||02/28/2019|
This episode was even more boring than the last.
I thnk that Christina was robbed. Biddell's outfit was horrid!
|by Anonymous||reply 510||03/07/2019|
Irina should have won that challenge. Michelle's was just okay, but Irina's was very glamorous and exotic looking.
Biddell's looked like a cheap craft project.
|by Anonymous||reply 511||03/07/2019|
Evan is insufferable so, of course, he'll be in the final 3. And I don't know who that cunt who wanders into the workroom to rip everyone to shreds then disappear for the rest of the episode is but she's just a fucking waste of time.
|by Anonymous||reply 512||03/07/2019|
Irina is the only remaining designer with any skill, talent or imagination. Even her misses are way better than most of the crap sent down the runway.
|by Anonymous||reply 513||03/07/2019|
Dimitry has regressed...
|by Anonymous||reply 514||03/07/2019|
I'm losing interest in georgina chapman as a girl crush and starting to get one on irina shayk? Who's better? Maybe I'm into victims.
|by Anonymous||reply 515||03/07/2019|
R514 he really has... what’s up with all the granny dresses?
|by Anonymous||reply 516||03/07/2019|
[quote] I don't know who that cunt who wanders into the workroom to rip everyone to shreds then disappear for the rest of the episode is but she's just a fucking waste of time
Rofl. You can tell that everyone HATES Ann Fulenwider.
I'm starting to think that Michelle will win, only because she kisses Ann's ass. Especially with her comments on yesterday's episode: "Everytime I've listened to Ann's advice, I've either been in the top, or won." What a kiss ass. But since Ann is going to have to work with the winner for a full year, they will definitely have to kiss her ass.
Still, Irina really is the standout for this season.
[quote] Dimitry has regressed...
Dmitry is being exposed for the hack that he always was, just like Sean Kelly.
Neither of them are particularly interesting designers, and they're both basically one trick ponies.
|by Anonymous||reply 517||03/07/2019|
The finale should have been Irina, Michelle, and Kristina.
However, now that Kristina is gone, I would replace her with Biddell.
|by Anonymous||reply 518||03/07/2019|
Irina is the only designer taking risks and doing interesting work every week.
|by Anonymous||reply 519||03/07/2019|
She’s talented, but I find Irina’s taste level slightly suspect. I can’t seem to forget that slutty Barbie dress...
|by Anonymous||reply 520||03/07/2019|
R520 that was definitely a misstep, but I believe that missteps will happen if you take a risk. She’s the only one who’s doing real design work, in my opinion.
|by Anonymous||reply 521||03/07/2019|
Irina is getting the boot next week, regardless of what she sends down the runway. Dmitry and Anthony Ryan are the golden boys, Michelle is beloved by the judges as well, and they will want one international designer in the finale.
Shame, because I do think she is the most talented of the bunch.
|by Anonymous||reply 522||03/07/2019|
I can't see Ann as a fashion authority, when she has such bad hair and wears momsy blouses and slacks.
|by Anonymous||reply 523||03/07/2019|
[quote]Everytime I've listened to Ann's advice, I've either been in the top, or won." What a kiss ass.
I thought she said “every time Anne has liked what I’m doing, I’ve been in the top or won.”
|by Anonymous||reply 524||03/07/2019|
I'm pretty sure that Michelle said "when I take Anne's advice," however I could be wrong.
They don't play repeats from the previous week anymore. It just seems like they're trying to end this show quickly and just move on.
|by Anonymous||reply 525||03/07/2019|
“They don't play repeats from the previous week anymore. It just seems like they're trying to end this show quickly and just move on.”
Good. Lifetime sabotaged its own ratings at least for me with its programming. My DVR was set to record only new episodes of Project Runway. Lifetime aired last week’s episode as new because they added tweets or some shit as the “social thread,” except they didn’t even bother adding the social media comments after a while, and so it just recorded repeats edited from 90 min to 60 min. Then the DVR recorded a super-lame skit show with some random woman doing a parody of Project Runway. I don’t remember the name of it but I watched twice and then every week resented that I had to delete it every week. AND THEN Lifetime aired a five minute “top five” clip show (why?!) as a new PR episode, and then, finally, the actual new episode. I would go out of town for work and come back to a DVR full of Project Runway, but only three of 12 new episides were new episodes. I don’t know what the fuck their programmers were trying to do.
Meanwhile, since RuPaul’s Drag Race has moved to VH1, my DVR only records it if I remember to set the machine every week. I have it set for new episodes of the series, but it doesn’t record them. Ever. Unless I individually set the DVR for this week’s next episode.
|by Anonymous||reply 526||03/08/2019|
[quote]They don't play repeats from the previous week anymore. It ju
Yes they do, just not on regular TV. You have devices to go online. Lifetime has a website and smart tv access. Do the math, figure it out.
|by Anonymous||reply 527||03/08/2019|
HA, R527, if Lifetime’s programming model has become “We produce it; WE DARE YOU TO FIND IT!” well, then...that makes a lot of sense coming from the network that is airing a show hawking JC Penney (ha), telling you to go to their website to buy clothes that JC Penney not only doesn’t sell, but has to tweet to the dozen viewers who remain that they no longer sponsor the Lifetime show. I mean...well. OK. Maybe Millennials have moved up the ranks at Lifetime and their approach to producing television is “who even watches TV?” This will end well for them.
|by Anonymous||reply 528||03/08/2019|
R528, WTF are you going on about? My point is simple - nowadays you can watch past episodes of any show if you own a pc, laptop, notebook, iPad, smartphone or smart TV. That’s all. No big expedition to get there either.
|by Anonymous||reply 529||03/08/2019|
For those who don't watch the show online, and wait for it on cable, it only shows up once a week.
In addition to that, Lifetime used to re-run the show three or four times that evening, but now they've cut it back to twice.
|by Anonymous||reply 530||03/08/2019|
New episode tonight!
|by Anonymous||reply 531||03/13/2019|
Thanks r531! I totally forgot it was Wednesday.
It's been one of those days
|by Anonymous||reply 532||03/13/2019|
That little white dress is the best thing I’ve seen Allysa Milano in.....she doesn’t wear clothes well...
|by Anonymous||reply 533||03/13/2019|
The first one, not the second...
|by Anonymous||reply 534||03/13/2019|
Once again, cuntface Michelle gets to stay despite little to no talent. Flame away, Michelle fans, I am fresh out of fucks to give.
|by Anonymous||reply 535||03/13/2019|
Michelle’s pitch patch dress deserved the boot. And she knew it. She was saved by her track record of rectangular dresses.
Bye Anthony (who’s design I didn’t mind at all).
|by Anonymous||reply 536||03/13/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 537||03/13/2019|
Anthony Ryan never won his original season, so I'm okay with him going home.
|by Anonymous||reply 538||03/13/2019|
Now there are only original original season winners left.
I'm still rooting for Irina!
|by Anonymous||reply 539||03/13/2019|
Is next week the finale?
|by Anonymous||reply 540||03/13/2019|
Michelle’s dress was a disaster, although Anthony Ryan’s wasn’t great, either. I thought Irina’s was the best by far.
Dimitri gets a pass every week for shit that looks old fashioned beyond belief.
|by Anonymous||reply 541||03/13/2019|
Time for Dmitry to go next week.
|by Anonymous||reply 542||03/13/2019|
I was on board with everything that fabulous guest judge said in her critique.
Loved Irina's gown. It was the only one that fit the challenge.
Biddell's WAS frumpy. It was hideous, in my opinion. And Dmitry sent the usual shit that he always sends down the runway. I'm so over his designs.
Between Anthony Ryan and Michelle, Michelle should have gone home. Her design was horrid and cheap looking. At least Anthony Ryan's girl wouldn't look like a fool walking into a ballroom. Michelle's would.
Isaac and Nina were way off in their coments.
|by Anonymous||reply 543||03/13/2019|
Next week looks like a shit show.
Why would they make the final four designers, design for three random people of all shapes and sizes - some male, some female. That makes no fucking sense!!!
If they really wanted to see the true talent of these people, they have to stop giving them these stupid ass reality television challenges, which has nothing to do with the true test of good design.
|by Anonymous||reply 544||03/13/2019|
Anthony Ryan’s tufts of feathers looked like gigantic hairy moles all over his model. That was a grotesque dress. What the fuck.
I think I liked the white and yellow dress underneath the hairy moles, but it’s hard to know.
|by Anonymous||reply 545||03/14/2019|
Does Anthony Ryan suffer from depression? He seems very unhappy.
|by Anonymous||reply 546||03/14/2019|
R543: I agree with you on all counts.
|by Anonymous||reply 547||03/14/2019|
I adore Ms. Iris Apfel. She is so fabulous!
However, you can just tell that Nina Garcia was NOT amused...lol.
Iris was contradicting Nina, left and right!
|by Anonymous||reply 548||03/14/2019|
They're currently re-running season five on Bravo.
I cannot believe how many times LeeAnn (the eventual winner) was on the bottom! More times than I can count.
I would love to have seen Stella go to Fashion Week. That would have been interesting.
Season 5 had a lot of cute guys. I loved Blayne the blond twink, Daniel Feld, and Wesley Nault. They were all really attractive.
I even loved Kenley.
|by Anonymous||reply 549||03/14/2019|
R544, the purpose of a shit show at this time in the game is to spare you any pangs of regret you might feel at Project Runway leaving Lifetime.
|by Anonymous||reply 550||03/14/2019|
True R550, but judging from the previews, it seems like Irina was being set up to fail.
|by Anonymous||reply 551||03/14/2019|
I think Irina would make a perfect foil for Daniel Day Lewis in Phantom Thread 2.
|by Anonymous||reply 552||03/14/2019|
Lol. She would
|by Anonymous||reply 553||03/14/2019|
I met Leathah Stella, shortly after her season ended. She was just out walking her dog in NYC. My friend and I stopped and said hi and she was super nice. A little ..um, sedated...but very friendly. Did not seem like she enjoyed her time on PR. Seemed kind of bitter about behind the scenes things.
|by Anonymous||reply 554||03/14/2019|
I loved Stella, too! She was so New York.
At first I thought Blayne was kind of fugly, but his looks really grew on me. He looks like he'd be fun in bed.
|by Anonymous||reply 555||03/14/2019|
Does Anthony Ryan have lupus? It looks like he has the tell-tale butterfly rash across his cheeks The rash is not as severe as some get, but it's enough that it looks suspect. He also seemed quite off this season, though I'm sure a part of it is probably because he lost his grandmother so recently.
Also, is Dmitry gay or straight or bi? I could see him being any of those things, but a google search didn't tell me anything.
|by Anonymous||reply 556||03/14/2019|
I used to like Dmitri purely because he was entertaining but he's been boring this season and his designs are incredibly granny. I'm ready for him to go home and it's seems like he's ready for it too.
|by Anonymous||reply 557||03/15/2019|
Right, R557? He seems completely checked out.
|by Anonymous||reply 558||03/15/2019|
Irina has started showing her true colors again.
She kept her bitchiness in check during the whole season, but she really got nasty with this last challenge. "My design deserves to win."
She was right, but she didn't have to be such a bitch about it. This is why I actually disliked her during her original season.
|by Anonymous||reply 559||03/16/2019|
Irina designs for gypsies.
|by Anonymous||reply 560||03/16/2019|
[quote]Georgina is certainly bouncing back dramatically post-Harvey, good for her!
No, this was pre-Harvey scandal, as this season was taped two years ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 561||03/16/2019|
Is there a thread for PR on Bravo?
|by Anonymous||reply 562||03/17/2019|
Dmitry posted an “ask me anything” IG story yesterday and one of the questions was: “Do you ever design for your girl friend, your mom?”
His answer was “YES! ❤️“
Conspicuous in the phrasing. Does that mean your girlfriend and your mom, or does it mean your mom is “your best girl”?
A couple of questions later, he posted a vague response alluding to romance in a way that for any straight person would have been straightforward with a “she,” but his left it open to interpretation.
Long story short, I think he is gay, necessarily closeted about it because he is Belarusian, and as a consummate attention whore, he enjoys conjuring mystery that keeps some people wondering.
|by Anonymous||reply 563||03/17/2019|
Here you go, R562.
Didn’t wanna derail the All Stars 7 thread. Now that the promo and designers are out, let’s discuss.
|by Anonymous||reply 564||03/17/2019|
Huh. I just came across one of those "where are they now" webpages, this was on the ET website (not EW) and it listed the Lifetime PR winners. So it was the usual blah-blah filler but what was interesting is that it linked to several of their instagram accounts, Anya, Dimiti, Seth Aaron, Ashley Nell Tipton, Irina, Leanne Marshall, Christian Sirano, fan favorite Gretchen Jones... and it was really interesting to see who is making a living as a designer.
Christian gets all the publicity and he is dressing Hollywood actresses but if you look at his photos, there's no "Sirano look". If you were told the gowns were by a dozen different designers, you'd believe it. Now, Leanne Marshall is doing bridal wear and I'll bet she is more successful than Christian. She's doing these chiffon gowns that are dyed unusual colors and they are simply gorgeous. Dimitry is still doing some structured dresses with the illusion inserts and mostly takes a lot of selfies showing him traveling in Europe and elsewhere. Gretchen seems to be out of the clothing business all together, she's doing podcasts and workshops about self actualization or some kind of woo.
|by Anonymous||reply 565||03/18/2019|
[quote] Gretchen seems to be out of the clothing business
She never should have won over Mondo.
Speaking of, what's he up to? Do you have a link, R565?
|by Anonymous||reply 566||03/18/2019|
He wasn't mentioned in the article but here is his Instagram link.
So it seems like "former P R contestant" is an actual job description. They don't just sit around waiting to be selected for All Stars, they get together and put on fashion shows at malls. Or who knew that El Paso had a Fashion Week?
80.5k Followers, 1,506 Following, 905 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Mondo Guerra (@mondoguerra)
|by Anonymous||reply 567||03/19/2019|
Need coffee. It's "El Paseo". Not sure where/what that is but Anthony Ryan and Seth Aaron are also showing.
|by Anonymous||reply 568||03/19/2019|
Tonight's episode is an hour and a half long.
I wonder why?
|by Anonymous||reply 569||03/20/2019|
Who else thinks the guy with the two moms pings to high heaven?
Cute face but apparently he has womanly hips, because the sweater got snug on his hips.
|by Anonymous||reply 570||03/20/2019|
When Alyssa said she wanted to introduce her TV family I was expecting Tony, Angela,Mona and Jonathan to pop in.
|by Anonymous||reply 571||03/20/2019|
I smell a no elimination scenario, with Bidell winning and Dimitry deserving to go home but getting kept anyway.
|by Anonymous||reply 572||03/20/2019|
^^^ I was right!
|by Anonymous||reply 573||03/20/2019|
R571 I really hope they wouldn't drag Mona to the show 😬. I don't think anyone wants to see that.
|by Anonymous||reply 574||03/20/2019|
Dmitry or Michelle could have gone - both their collections were pretty unspectacular. Again, Dmitry didn't seem to care, while Michelle picked the worst print she could find for her granny. Biddell's was far and away the best collection of the group.
|by Anonymous||reply 575||03/20/2019|
Whoa, r574, I didn’t even know Katherine Helmand had died! (I was out of the country recently).
|by Anonymous||reply 576||03/20/2019|
Dimitry’s collection was awful. I knew they’d keep all 4.
90 minutes was way too long — lots of filler.
|by Anonymous||reply 577||03/20/2019|
Agreed that Dmitry should have gone home.
The outfit he made for the blonde lesbian was horrific, unflattering, and kind of mean.
His outfit for the young guy in that family was ill-fitting and dated.
The fact that Dmitry didn't realize any of this, just shows how clueless he is.
|by Anonymous||reply 578||03/21/2019|
It was interesting to see at the very end of the episode, when there was a re-cap of each designers designs, during the course of the show.
Each of them have made some really nice designs, but my favorite was Michelle. She really is very creative, and has the best taste of all of the designers.
I'm torn, because I like Michelle, Irina and Biddell, but if I had to choose one, it would probably be Michelle.
|by Anonymous||reply 579||03/21/2019|
I hope Irina wins.
Nobody else even comes close to her level of talent.
However, just listening to Isaac Mizrahi, he has a MAJOR boner for Dmitry.
|by Anonymous||reply 580||03/21/2019|
I liked Dimitri's phone call to his parent.
Since this was taped two years ago, does anyone know how Irina's mom is doing?
|by Anonymous||reply 581||03/21/2019|
[quote]To me it's clear that the judges had to twist themselves in order to argue in favor of Dimity not getting eliminated.
I’m sure the producers made that call. It was a stupid challenge at this stage.
|by Anonymous||reply 582||03/21/2019|
I was wondering the same thing, R581.
She said that her prognosis wasn't good, and that was quite awhile ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 583||03/21/2019|
Irina's ig had a post about this episode and #rip. She died last year.
|by Anonymous||reply 584||03/21/2019|
Wow, that's a bummer R584.
Irina's mom seemed very sweet.
|by Anonymous||reply 585||03/22/2019|
That's sad. This episode must've been very difficult to watch.
|by Anonymous||reply 586||03/22/2019|
It's tooo bad Michelle is such a cunt.
|by Anonymous||reply 587||03/22/2019|
I still haven't seen that, R587.
She seems more of a suck-up to the judges, rather than the c-word.
If anything, Irina has been nastier to the other contestants than Michelle has been.
|by Anonymous||reply 588||03/23/2019|
I like Michelle
|by Anonymous||reply 589||03/24/2019|
Tonight's the finale.
|by Anonymous||reply 590||03/27/2019|
So I'm guessing that Dmitry and his cutouts won?
|by Anonymous||reply 591||03/27/2019|
These episodes were filmed almost 2 years ago, I can’t believe the winner wasn’t leaked.
|by Anonymous||reply 592||03/27/2019|
R592, sadly, nobody cares.
|by Anonymous||reply 593||03/27/2019|
I want Biddell to win.
Michelle second. I don't think Dmitry has brought it this season and I don't really care for Irina. But her stuff has been solid, so I could see her winning.
|by Anonymous||reply 594||03/27/2019|
Here's a link to the other Project Runway thread.
This one is almost done!
They've added international winners and contestants. Anyone watching?
|by Anonymous||reply 595||03/27/2019|
The queen of England is a reptile!!!’
Omg. He wins. I don’t even have to see it.
|by Anonymous||reply 596||03/27/2019|
I think it’s beyween Irina and Bidell
|by Anonymous||reply 597||03/27/2019|
Michelle deserved that win. It was beautiful and cool. Dimitry had some wonderful pieces, but his collection left me..cold.
Irina's was too heavy, and then those last two looks were light and pretty, and didn't fit the rest of her collection. Biddel's was mostly goofy, but I liked a couple of the looks.
|by Anonymous||reply 598||03/27/2019|
I can't bring myself to watch the finale after learning who won. Ugh, everything Michelle makes is ughly.
|by Anonymous||reply 599||03/27/2019|
Let's finish this thread
|by Anonymous||reply 600||03/29/2019|