Blayne designed a look that was nothing if not innovative. He created a Blade Runner-esque "one-sie," I believe he creatively called it, out of drawer/shelf liner and oven mitts. He accented it with an undulating panel of woven jump ropes and shoelaces. I applauded the fact that Blayne challenged himself with untraditional materials (the point of the challenge, thank you), but the judge's were dubious about the success of his look. Walk a mile in our shoes, judges!
Daniel could have easily been the winner. He created an engineering marvel by molding blue plastic cups, only, to form a strapless cocktail dress with a sweetheart neckline. A few of his peers snickered at the simplicity of his look, but that was the point: the purity of his cups-only approach was how he was able to achieve sophistication. Bravo, Daniel!
Emily used a cheap, tired, and stale polyester lace tablecloth for a basic shift dress. I was correspondingly woeful. She assured me that her design for the neckline would eclipse the dress by becoming the single focal point. Really? The neckline was created out of pleated blue napkins and embellished with barely blown up balloons in red and green. Emily was correct that it became the focal point, but it did not mitigate the lace shirt. And when it walked the runway, the shift was belted with one of the Bluefly.com accessories. That belt did not help he look. I'm merely happy that she's still in.
I'm a university working on an architecture project, and I just want to get an answer to a really quick question!
How is the backdrop of the runway on Project Runway lit?
I know it sound silly but I really want to make use of the distances and type of lighting used in the set up so you can see the silhouette moving around the corner. If someone could give me some rough measurements/types of light and screen used, I will be soo grateful! I've looked everywhere to no avail.
Thank you, Bobby
What is the secret of the extremely successfully and fashionable Coco Chanel's sleeves, and arnholes. I realize that she pay especial attention at that part of the 'assembly' of any jacket; and that she advocated/ promoted sleves ans shoulders construccions that allowed free movement. What the tip was - maybe it is still apply ]. Can you help me despite the fact that fashions and garment fabrics have change si much since Coco's times that maybe that construccion is irrelevant. Thanks, nevertheless, Marta C.
lol wow you're really itnakg this to heart so you hate her clearly, she must have hurt you deeply, but she is still a somebody, the fact that you and I and everyone that has seen the show or has seen her work as a model or in other things knows her name makes her a somebody and the fact that she has had a career being her as a modeling and on tv or radio since the age of 19, I would say she has had and is still producing a much longer career that lots of models