Dreams Can Come True
Remember, one bad design does not mean a bad designer!
It was a long night -- I was moved by one of the most brilliant movies I have seen in ages, The Business of Being Born, produced by my new friend Ricki Lake, who is gorgeous. It was so touching and so beautiful. This is a movie everyone should see, especially new mothers-to-be. I had my driver stop by my office so I can check on the new collection we are preparing for my first Bryant Park showing this February and then came home for the second rerun of Runway. OMG a Prom dress challenge. Darlings, I love that this is an opportunity for youth to feel glamourous. It is so fun to see them in Times Square in the summer. I loved the multi-tonal dress that Jillian designed -- it was gorgeous, and Sweet P's dress was so glamourous.
I was saddened that Kevin left. I surely thought he would make it to Fashion Week. I cannot believe that two of the best designers on the show were in the bottom two. Interesting!
OK, so you all have asked who my top favourites are for final three or four: Darlings, I really don't know because I have not had a chance to really see their aesthetic. It's hard to gauge when you are making clothes from edibles, or recycled clothing bits, or the other. I am not sure. I want to see Jillian there, Rami, and Christian, but then there is Kit and Sweet P. I don't know! Darlings! I will be as surprised as you when I see the collections at Fashion Week. I am still really surprised that Kevin is out.
Well I wish him great success. Anything is possible! Remember -- I was cut on the second episode, and this February I am presenting at Bryant Park for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Darlings, there is so much talent on this show -- just because someone has a bad day does not mean they are a bad designer.
I do love Project Runway. It is a place that new talent can be seen, a place where dreams come true for so many. Darlings, always remember any dream you have can come true.