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Project Runway is back tonight with a new twist that proves disastrous for some, and inspires genius in others. Last week's Marie Claire 20th anniversary episode had contestants construct designs for 2014, inspired by 1994 style. Well, tonight wasn't all that different in that the old was transformed into the new, but an entirely new twist is what made this challenge into a debacle for some, and a stroke of brilliance for others.
Once again we have Heidi Klum, Nina Garcia (or,Neenah Gahh-see-a, as Heidi calls her), and Little Lord Fauntleroy's much hotter fashionisto double, Zac Posen, as our judges. Guest judging tonight is JCPenney and Forever 21 design partner, Bethany Mota, whose A??ropostale line has been described by Teen Vogue as "laid-back-but-girly." How cool is that? I think I wanna be that Bethany girl in my next life time. I digress. »
Nikki Finke is back! And, from the look of her first blog on NikkiFinke.com she is loaded for bear. Finke takes a swipe at her old website she founded, Deadline Hollywood, by dismissively writing: “I barely recognize Dh these days. Some of those bylines I never hired and wouldn’t. (Anita Busch or Peter Bart) She’s batshit crazy and he’s an unethical fart). A lot of those stories I consider a waste of time covering. I never wanted a bland and boring news feed. But that’s what the people running it now want. Dh plans to unveil a redesign next week, and the best thing I can say about what I saw the other day is that it’s generic. (Yes, I just threw up in my mouth a little). She also calls Deadline Hollywood’s film editor Michael Fleming as “Little Lord Fauntleroy” and “Mike »
2 items from 2014
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