Cast Blog: #MADFASHION

Jennifer Coolidge is the Best

Goth Glam Goodness

Met with a Challenge

Ta-Ta Talk

Our Cups Runneth Over

'Wifestyles of the Rich and Famous

Haute Dog

High Wig, High Tea

On With Her Head!

Victorian Punk'd

Gotta Have a Gimmick

Flower Power

Tulips and Pansies and More Pansies

Fit for a Queen

Sister Act

Crawling Across Broken Glass...

Blood, Sweat, and Glittery Sandpaper

How Do You Solve a Problem Like Dina?

Saw

Ready for Takeoff!

Jennifer Coolidge is the Best

Episode 3: Bravotv.com's Assistant Editor would hang out in Jennifer Coolidge's dungeon anytime.

The title of this recap says it all. If you don't fall madly in love with Jennifer Coolidge after watching this video, there is something seriously wrong with you. mad-fashion-season-1-gallery-episode-103

So Chris was a little shocked for two reasons. One because, OMG, Jennifer Coolidge! And two because she needed an over-the-top Mardi Gras dress delivered to New Orleans in, oh, about three days. mad-fashion-season-1-gallery-episode-103

Since Chris would "crawl through broken glass" for Jennifer Coolidge, he and the team tackled the challenge head-on. They shopped, crafted, glittered, and pulled out every drag queen trick in the book to pull it all together. Despite the short amount of time (and hot glue setbacks), Chris and the gang managed to get the look ready for its trip down south.mad-fashion-season-1-gallery-episode-103

Alas, not everyone got to go to Mardi Gras. Between inviting Chris, Matt, and Christine down to her dungeon and offering them an 8-Ball to perk them up, Jennifer was a sheer delight. She ended up loving the outfit and even let Chris get to second base with her. mad-fashion-season-1-gallery-episode-103

In the end, Jennifer got the icy, sparkly, light-up-y costume of her dreams and many, many beads were thrown. I just hope all the Mardi Gras revelers were at least sober enough to appreciate how ridiculously awesome her costume was.

'Wifestyles of the Rich and Famous

Episode 8: Bravotv.com's Assistant Editor thinks that Ralphie's Wonderdog outfit may have stolen the show.

Before we dive into the episode, I'd like to draw your attention to this unseen moment where the crew discusses the '50s.

I love Izzy and her assetions that she probably would have been "burned at the stake" back in the '50s, but what I don't get is how she doesn't think I Love Lucy is funny. Now that's true blasphemy. Plus Lucy was never content to just be a housewife, she was always scheming with Ethel about how she might work her way into Ricky's show or win money on a game show for the mink stole she wants, etc. That girl was indurstrious!

OK, OK, enough of my Lucy rant.mad-fashion-season-1-gallery-episode-108

This may be the best sketch Chris has done this season. Maria's dress was definitely a showstopper, but come one, how do you compete with a dog dressed as a loaf of bread?!mad-fashion-season-1-gallery-episode-108

This pretty much sums up how we felt about that shopping cart Matt bought from the homeless man as well, Jake. But unlike you, Jake, we did not then have to take it outside and clean it with bleach. Not exactly the most glamorous job. Something tells me if Maria knew where that cart was procured, she might not have been so into pushing it around.

In any event, the most important question remains unanswered -- where does one purchase a shopping cart?

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Yipes! That's the sentiment Maria's look was conveying when she tried on the wig. Everyone always seems so shocked when Izzy whips out an outrageous wig, but what did they expect? It's Chris March's studio! You're not going to walk out with a demure little black dress. Luckily they persuaded her to wear the wig, and thank goodness, because it really brought the outfit to the next level.mad-fashion-season-1-gallery-episode-108

I think it's safe to say that Maria and Ralphie were far and away the best dressed duo at the event. I was hoping they'd give her a trophy to place in the cart (probably next to the giant jar of olives). Next week Chris' cup runneth over when his client asks for a cool, cleavage-exposing number.