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Last week on "Project Runway," Korina Emmerich won her second challenge of the season, impressing judges with the stylish leather jacket she designed for a nonprofessional model she recruited from Washington Square Park. But even before she won, she bragged about her designs, not just this week but throughout the season, arguing that she stands out from the pack. -Break- 'Project Runway' recap: Designers find their muse, Tim Gunn makes two controversial calls In our recent poll, readers voted Emmerich as their least favorite designer among the top eight with almost half the total vote. Her latest bout of arrogance and trash-talking probably won't win her any new fans. But on the other hand, she has now won two challenges; only three other designers among the remaining six competitors have won challenges (Sean Kelly has three wins, while Kini Zamora and Amanda Valentine also have two). Is she right to be confident? »
Last week on "Project Runway," the designers worked with pint-sized models to create children's looks. This week presented them with yet another model twist: they had to recruits clients from Washington Square Park in New York City and design appropriate looks for them to wear on the runway. But this episode may ultimately be remembered for the way it hinged on a pair of unprecedented decisions by Tim Gunn. -Break- 'Project Runway' recap: Some of the 'American Girl' kids were not alright The first came when Gunn assessed the designers' progress in the middle of the two-day challenge. He didn't mince words with Alexander Knox, warning him that his strange blend of polka dots and colors was one of the most hideous things he had ever seen and that he must change it to have any hope of surviving. Alexander was understandably panic-stricken, but he took Gunn's advice to heart »
The premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show is fast approaching, but fans of the show with an eye for design can jump into the carny culture with style right now, as FX has announced an online costume creation contest based on the show. Participants submit sketches and descriptions of their designs, and the winner will receive a cash prize, have their costume brought to life in a photo shoot, and more.
Press Release – “What: To celebrate the launch of American Horror Story’s much anticipated fourth installment Freak Show, premiering on October 8th, FX will launch a costume design competition. The contest invites participants with an eye for the unusual to design an original costume inspired by the series. Contestants will submit their American Horror Story sketches along with a description of their design inspirations, which will be judged by the show’s head costume designer Lou Eyrich, Fashion Designer Christian Siriano, »
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Featuring Lgbt mascots Margaret Cho, Tim Gunn, Dan Savage and George Takei, among others, "Do I Sound Gay?" explores the link between sexuality and speech, and the all the anxiety and cultural baggage that come with "the gay voice." Produced by Howard Gertler ("Shortbus," Oscar nominee "How to Survive a Plague"), "Do I Sound Gay?" was hailed by Toronto doc guru Thom Powers as "a winning and sympathetic guide who doesn't shy away from confronting taboos and vulnerabilities that often go unexpressed." The November 13 Doc NYC presentation marks the film's Us premiere. The full lineup for this IFC-produced festival, which promises a slate of over 125 films, arrives October 15. Meanwhile, watch the crowdfunding trailer below: »
- Ryan Lattanzio
It's a crop top! It's a business suit! It's another perfect outfit on Taylor Swift! Not only does the 1989 artist kill it in every combo she dons, but now the "Trouble" singer is taking two completely different categories of clothing, and as the great Tim Gunn would say, "Making it work." Oh, you thought a slice of midriff wasn't appropriate for the boardroom? Think again! You figured a pencil skirt and high-neck top couldn't be sexy? Oh yee of little faith...in T.Swift! To make matters more envy-inducing, the country crossover is walking out of her apartment on a Monday morning looking this hot. Apparently she's immune to the "case of the Mondays" and is »
There are eight designers remaining in season 13 of "Project Runway," down from the 18 that started on July 24, and they're a mixed bag of personalities and styles. We know which contestants you're predicting to win – Alexander Knox leads with 7/2 odds, followed by three-time challenge-winner Sean Kelly with 11/2 odds – but is there anyone you're rooting against? Click here to vote for the designer you like the most. -Break- 'Project Runway' fashion show: Bold designs and Tim Gunn's Ice Bucket Challenge [Photo Gallery] Korina Emmerich called Amanda Valentine a "phony" before a recent challenge. Did you agree with Korina, or did you take Amanda's side in that dispute? And should Amanda have been brought back at all after being eliminated in season 11? Char Glover also got a second chance this season. Tim Gunn used his one-time-only Tim Gunn Save to rescue her from elimination aft...' »
There are eight designers remaining in season 13 of "Project Runway," down from the 18 that started on July 24, and they're a mixed bag of personalities and styles. We know which contestants you're predicting to win – Alexander Knox leads with 7/2 odds, followed by three-time challenge-winner Sean Kelly with 11/2 odds – but who are you rooting for? Click here to vote for the designer you like the least. -Break- 'Project Runway' fashion show: Bold designs and Tim Gunn's Ice Bucket Challenge [Photo Gallery] Sean has been the most successful contestant of the season; his three challenge victories are the most of any designer thus far. Divisive Sandhya Garg has won twice, and so has Amanda Valentine, who got a second chance on the show this year after an unsuccessful stint in season 11. Kini Zamora and Korina Emmerich won a challenge apiece. But are they your favorite contestants? Char Glover hasn...' »
In episode eight of Project Runway, the designers had to create waterproof avant-garde looks to show on a raining runway. While Tim Gunn called it one of the best shows in Project Runway history, some looks were still better than others. Here are my rankings from worst looks to best. Be sure to sound off with your opinions in the comments! »
That's a wrap on New York Fashion Week! Celebrities came out in droves this year to check out the Spring 2015 collections from designers like Proenza Schouler, Diane von Furstenberg, Marc Jacobs, and many more. On Thursday, Sarah Jessica Parker and Anna Wintour made the ultimate front-row duo, smiling and laughing at the Calvin Klein show. The day before, Miley Cyrus showed off her crazy, colorful new accessories at the Jeremy Scott show, and nearby, pregnant Zoe Saldana checked out the collections from Hugo Boss and Jason Wu. On Tuesday, Britney Spears made her Nyfw runway debut when she showed her line of lingerie for buyers and the press. Other presentations drew stars like Kendall Jenner, Gwen Stefani, Lady Gaga, Olivia Palermo, Nicki Minaj, and Naomi Campbell, and earlier in the week, Maggie Gyllenhaal and model Coco Rocha were on hand for a kickoff event. Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn even »
Season 13 of "Project Runway" wrapped up with a September 5 fashion show at Lincoln Center during New York City's Fashion Week, but audiences won't find out who wins until the season concludes on Lifetime later this fall. The nine designers still in contention as of September 4's elimination all presented collections: Korina Emmerich, Sandhya Garg, Char Glover, Sean Kelly, Alexander Knox, Emily Payne, Amanda Valentine, Kini Zamora, and Fade Zu Grau. -Break- Follow Gold Derby on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, iTunes and YouTube In addition to providing a showcase for the up-and-coming designers, the fashion show also provided an opportunity for host Tim Gunn to take on the Als Ice Bucket Challenge, having recently been nominated for the charitable viral trend by co-host Heidi Klum, who gleefully doused Gunn after he had taken a few cubes of ice to chill his Manhattan cocktail. Scroll through the photos below. What do yo. »
It's day two of Fashion Week, people. And whether you've been following it feverishly or are just now tuning in, we've cherry-picked all the juiciest bits for your recapping pleasure. One of our favorite things that happened all day didn't even have to do with clothes. Nope, it was Heidi Klum dumping water on Tim Gunn (clad in a suit, natch) for the Als Ice Bucket Challenge right after the Project Runway fashion show. Props to the half dozen guys it took to control the huge plastic tarp, making sure not to ruin the runway. Ok, now onto the fashion. Let's start with the Kate Spade presentation. The room was carpeted with real grass and the models donned picnic-friendly getups like floppy hats, »
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If there’s one place sex is rampant, it’s Hollywood. We hear tales of celebrity hookups every day, but we don’t often hear about stars who’ve abstained from sex. Which celebs have been celibate at some point in their lives?
Some stars like Joe Jonas and Miley Cyrus wore purity rings as teen stars, but matured and began to explore whether these choices actually worked for them. Years earlier, Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson famously touted their virginity during their rise to the top of the pop charts, before settling down with families. In 2012, fashion icon Tim Gunn admitted he hadn’t gotten busy for nearly 30 years after a hurtful breakup, while supermodel Adriana Lima‘s Catholic beliefs led her to wait until marriage. Olympian Lolo Jones is still a virgin, and even Paris Hilton tried to go a year without bedding anyone.
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Celebrities flocked to Manhattan this week to grab front row seats at the runway shows during New York Fashion Week.
Celebs Hit New York Fashion Week
Among the stars in attendance at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week for Spring 2015 were Naomi Watts and Keri Russell, both of whom showed up at the Altuzarra for Target show on Thursday and were spotted backstage at the event. While Watts stunned in a red wrap dress (above), Russell opted for a more relaxed look. The Americans star paired jeans with an army green trench coat with black leather sleeves.
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This week on "Project Runway," the designers took their inspiration from expensive jewelry, millions of dollars worth, provided by Chopard. But at the start of the episode, an emotional Tim Gunn was inspired in a different way. He corrected a decision he made after last week's challenge – or rather, a decision he didn't make. Overcome with emotion, he decided, at the last minute, to use his one-time-only Tim Gunn Save to bring back last week's ousted contestant, Char Glover. -Break- 'Project Runway' recap: Design challenge gives contestants wedding jitters So the pressure was on: Char needed to prove she was worthy of her second chance, and her fellow contestants needed to prove themselves worthy of sticking around all the more, because Gunn has no more saves to throw around. Almost all the designers stepped up to the challenge; most of them impressed the judges, but someone had to go home, »
Children’s shows come and go, and often won’t go for far too long, but once in a while we get one that is actually rather fantastic, and Sofia the First is one that sets itself apart from the norm.
Not only is the show a lot of fun, but it explores some interesting themes and concepts in impressive ways. It also has the kind of voice cast that, despite the understanding that people are getting paid, makes you an even bigger fan of people you already thought were pretty cool. When Wayne Brady, Eric Stonestreet, Tim Gunn, and Ariel Winter show up to be part of a children’s show, you have to give them credit.
Well, a new DVD release is coming your way, and it includes the holiday episode plus four additional episodes (some of the best ones), and an ornament.
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- Marc Eastman
The final episode of "Chelsea Lately" on E! served mainly as a reminder that, no, Ms. Handler isn't actually going away. The "My Horizontal Life" author will be headed to Netflix for her next talk show venture, but she still splurged on a fantastic sendoff special that culminated in a tremendous "We are the World" type mega-song with tons and tons of guest-stars. Look around in that crowd. Our eyes detect Sandra Bullock, Kathy Griffin, Gerard Butler, Diablo Cody, Melissa McCarthy, Miley Cyrus, Joel McHale, and Tim Allen. And then a hundred or so others. But who ruled this star-studded goodbye? We picked the top five contributors. 5. Tim Gunn Even though the "Project Runway" guru spoke-sang his contribution, it was still tuneful and adorable. He's like a gay Yul Brynner up there. 4. Marlee Matlin Marlee Matlin was S-e-l-l-i-n-g that Asl translation at the right-hand corner of the screen. Pure ebullience from start to finish. »
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The stage was filled with celebs – including Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone, 50 Cent, Kate Beckinsale, Jennifer Aniston, Allison Janey, Anna Faris, Natasha Lyonne, Justin Theroux, Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Richard Marx, Leah Remini, Naya Rivera, Dave Grohl, Tim Gunn and many more..
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“Is it because I’m a lesbian?” DeGeneres asks a completely naked Handler, who then acts like she had no idea DeGeneres is gay. “I thought you were married to Ryan Seacrest,” Handler replies before claiming she herself is a lesbian. “I live with a lesbian, actually, a confirmed lesbian. We have two dogs.” The argument continues until Handler insists she’s totally cool with being in a »
- Ariana Bacle
After seven years on E!, last night was the final episode of Chelsea Lately. It was less a bittersweet affair than a celebration, as Chelsea Handler hasn't been shy about how much she wanted to leave the network. The big climax was an especially star-studded sing-along to a parody of "We Are the World." Sandra Bullock, Jennifer Aniston, Miley Cyrus, Gwen Stefani, 50 Cent, Vanessa Hugdens, Fergie, Avril Lavigne, Gerard Butler, Kate Beckinsale, Tim Gunn, Justin Theroux, Melissa McCarthy, Allison Janney, Joel McHale, and like a zillion other people were there. Now if she can only have all these people show up to every episode of her Netflix show, we predict it will be a raging success. »
- Jesse David Fox
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Tuesday night was Chelsea Handler's star-studded farewell for her E! show, "Chelsea Lately." There were tons of A-list superstars on hand -- including Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock, 50 Cent, Fergie, Tim Gunn, Avril Lavigne, Alanis Morissette, Gwen Stefani, Gerard Butler, a dog, and more. The first video below shows Chelsea's A-list intervention, with friends Jennifer, Sandra, and Mary McCormack. In the second video, Chelsea has a hilarious naked shower fight with Ellen DeGeneres, who is mad because she's never been on Chelsea's show. Is it because she's a lesbian? In the third video, Gwen leads a sing-a-long throwing shade at E! (and the Kardashians, and Justin Bieber »
- Gina Carbone
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