Korto was inspired by a dramatic flower in shades ranging from orange to yellow. She chose creamsicle and ochre textiles in charmeuse and created a gown with a deep, plunging neckline and a train with a vent with an inserted panel. A tired-looking ivory lace with beading embellishments was used in two side panels and as trim along the back. Thankfully, she edited the lace down to a more diminutive use, because she had originally intended to cover most of the back with this problematic textile. I had difficulty seeing Korto's point of view in this gown, but she was confident that it was there. Thankfully, she's moving forward!
Hello! Im Joseph Rodrigues, born at Canada, but now living at Portugal, im an architect but work at fashion design sometimes. I send to Project RunWAY some photos about my portefolio, never answered about my proposal for the show. Well i live yours tv show, i dlike very much to go see an Olimpus Fashion Week New York. I go many times here at Lisbon Fashion Week and Madrid Cibelles Fashion Week, but i loved if i have the possibility to go to New York! I hope your answered.
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Hello.. I am a Brazilian fan of Project Runway, always accompany all seasons, I watch every day! Actually not know much about fashion and sewing .. but over time, fell in love with this wonderful art and decided to attend Desing fashion at a college! Love, Manuela.
Dear all. I am a Scandinavian wiever of Project Runway and would like to applaud you all for your achievements!!
But, dear Tim. You are a daily inspiration in human conduct. I truly admire your ability to ceep calm and focus on you task ahead, not budging an inch. Your performance should be on Dr. Phil as an example and a goal of how to achieve dignity in any and all situations. Thank you!!!!