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January 20, 2010

I am excited about Project Runway. The opening episode was a lot of fun. I am so glad they let the designers create an outfit or garment that expressed their design point of view. I can pick my favorites quickly. I am terrible at remembering the designers names, so now I can talk about their styles to describe them around the office. We have a lot of PR fans around here. As you can imagine, this show is a hot water cooler topic.

I really like the winning garment. I liked watching his process as well. It will be interesting to see how he progresses through the challenges. Ping (a name I can remember) is nothing like anyone they have ever had.She has her own style sensibility, and as avante garde it is, it's valid. Now the one I loved, and would love to wear, is the three piece outfit Mila created. She mixed prints beautifully and anchored it with a men's wear skirt. I might have to make an inspiration outfit for myself from that one. Ok, I have to say it. I really did not like the losing garment. The judges never liked electric colored satin mixed with a bright print. That dress looked like 1986. I think I wore something like it to the prom. Ick.

So, what do you think? You can agree, disagree, mention something totally different. We have staff members that will be weighing in with their opions too. I hope you will watch Project Runway with us!

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I, too, have a terrible time remembering names until the herd dwindles down. Ping definitely has a style of her own. It will be interesting to see how she progresses. I am also interested in how Anthony, our hometown boy, does. One of the things I noticed was the wide range of ages and backgrounds. Several designers did not have a technical background but just love fashion. I am glad that the show is back in New York.

I'm SO glad Ping didn't get eliminated! I think she is so unique and different, I really want to see what she can do in this season. That mess she made last night was not the greatest, but I think the judges are curious to see what she can do as well.

I cannot believe Jesus is still there... I think he should have gone home last week!!! His taste level is bleh and his designs aren't that fashionable or sophisticated (as Nina loves to say)! I bet he'll go home next week.

I loved the winning look, but I do wish that Amy would've won. Her design was chiq and flattering.

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