Cast Blog: #PROJECTRUNWAY

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Mcqueen For A Day

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Kenley Blogs Episodes 510-514

On The Road

The Real Winner

The Final Showdown

Leanne Speaks!

Finale, Part 2

What's Next

Tim Responds To Your Comments!

Love Is In The Hair!

History Repeating Itself

Garden Of Locks

Nature Calls

Rock 'n' Runway

Rock Steady

Rock N' Runway

Suede: Rockin' Out

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Take A Bow

Transformation

Joe: Straight Talk

Working Girl

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Best Of The Best?

Written In The Stars

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What's Your Sign?

I Saw The Sign

A Designer's Dream

Fashion Inside Out

Stella: Lovin' The Leatha

Double 0 Fashion

No Leatha, Mo' Problems

Making The Most Of It

The Fashion That Drives You

A Softer Edge

Fasten Your Seat Belts

Show Some Love

It's All An Illusion

Daniel: Oy Gevalt!

Good Queen Fun

Drama, Drama, Drama!

Joe: All Aboard!

RuPaul: A Drag Race

Mcqueen For A Day

There's just not enough avant-garde fashion.

Avant-garde represents a pushing of the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm or the status quo, primarily in the cultural realm but more fantastically, the fashion realm. The notion of the existence of the avant-garde is considered by some to be a hallmark of modernism and modern today was Christian's dress. I absolutely loved his vision from head to toe and reminds me much of Alexander McQueen (my all-time favorite designer.)

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You don't see much avant-garde fashion in America these days. American ready-to-wear looks drab and dull to me, except for the recent Rodarte phenomenon. So, how refreshing it is to know that this ensemble will be featured in Elle. It's about time. Go Team Chris! raterunway_07_408_220x415.jpg

Victoria's piece reminded me much of the recent Comme des Garcons Spring/Summer 2007 collection with the plaid detailing and trench coat. I loved it, yet it looked a bit dated to me. It is very fashion-forward for America, but I have seen this look done all over Europe since Vivienne Westwood created her Pirate Collection in the late '60s, which was full of plaids, khaki pants, and a-symmetrical blouses. It looked too '80s and severe next to the ethereal lightness of Team Chris.

Poor Kit. Compared to the top two looks, it did look a bit Little House on The Prairie, but that may be where Kit's imagination resides, and that is all fine and dandy. I am sure she will thrive from this experience ... and her personal wardrobe is lovely.

In the music industry, a one-hit wonder is an artist generally known for only one hit single. In the fashion world we call it "Rami." Who put the "sweet" in their ready-to-wear piece? It was lovely.