Now, I don’t know about you, but when I think of high fashion, I am thinking more along the lines of Project Runway and designers of that nature, not Keeping Up With The Kardashians or Kanye West. I mean, I am sure somewhere out there, there is someone who agrees with West that sweatshirts are the best thing ever, but considering the fact that West proclaims those who don’t like his shoes are racist, is just plain ridiculous. News flash Kanye – not everyone likes your shoes (you couldn’t pay me to buy them).
Luckily, if you’re like me, we are not alone. Fashion guru and Project Runway star, Tim Gunn feels the same way and doesn’t even understand why the Kardashians or Kanye West bother to dabble in the fashion world. In fact, in a new interview, Gunn blasted West and the Kardashians, and guess what? He really doesn’t give a rats behind what they think about it, ha! Get all of the details after the jump.
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The network just announced filming for Project Runway Junior. Featuring competitors aged 14-17, Project Runway Junior will follow the same format as its predecessor in an effort to highlight the “next generation” of great fashion designers. The show begins filming in New York City this summer and will air on the network this fall. Heidi Klum was the inspiration behind the new junior spinoff due to the fashions of her own kids.
Here’s a little Friday funny for ya! Tim Gunn hung out and chatted with Us weekly about Kim Kardashian’s selfie-obsessed book “Selfish.” Needless to say, Tim is not a big fan of the reality star’s vapid selfie fixation.
In the video below Tim shares that he’s quickly losing IQ points with every tacky turn of the page. Take a look – it’ll be the best two minutes of your Friday afternoon, I promise.
I really like Project Runway, but good gracious why do they keep insisting on switching things up every season? First it jumped networks, then it brought back all-star contestants (I do think that was brillz), now it's losingMichael Kors? Can anything short of a miracle (and/or Austin Scarlett) revitalize this program?
Every reality show run(way)s its course, and this fashion competition is getting ready to start its eleventh season. Not only are we losing the snippy and fabulous Michael Kors, the competition has changed as well. Don't get me wrong, I'm thrilled at the return of host Heidi Klum and judge Nina Garcia, and I think that Zac Posen will be an amazing replacement for Mr. Kors. I just really don't do all that well with change. Of course, through all the ups, downs, and modeling turn arounds, there is one constant that lays all my fears to rest. Tim Gunn. If these new tweaks in the show are tacky or visionless, there's no doubt Tim will be telling the producers to "make it work!"
Project Runway All Stars is returning to Lifetime with some fan favorites…and not so favorites! There will be cat suits and cat fights, mark my words. Thirteen past designers will be back to compete for the reward that eluded them their first go-round. Each of the nine past seasons are represented except for season 4, but the majority of players are from the more recent seasons.
Iconic fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi returns to judge alongside the gorgeous Georgina Chapman who is the co-founder of Marchesa. Supermodel Carolyn Murphy (who is as intelligent as she is beautiful–her bio? Whoa!) will take over this season's hosting duties. Joanna Coles, former editor-in-chief of Marie Claire/just named editor-in-chief of Cosmo, resumes her role as all-star mentor. I like Joanna, but I sure do miss Tim Gunn when he's gone!
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