Don't miss this little gem: But what pleases Gunn most is that Scarlett's new gig as a bridal bigwig proves "Project Runway" is about talent. Gunn has just finished casting Season 3 (which will hit screens this summer). "When they audition, people are really confident of this being a good thing for them," says Gunn.
I love how I can absolutely hear (and see) Austin saying that last line... haha, he is so...well, AUSTIN. Love it.
Austin makes me want to get married LOTS of times just to have an excuse to get a few dresses, maybe we can start a dress pool, split the costs, line up a few beaux, (heeeyy Tbone!) marry, have the party, eat drink be merry, lots and lots of pix, post all to BPR, quickie divorce, then pass the dress and beaux along to the next gal... *wink* :) :) Hey I have immunity... yeah thats it.. immunity.. I can dream in a ridiculous fashion.. hehehe
Oh and I am a Jay fan (I hold nothing against the lovely Gunn! :) ), I know Jay'll come through. You guys may have seen this already but it says he is going to have a Spring 2007 collection *yay*
I'm so glad for Austin-this does seem like a great fit, and I think it shows that even just the participation on PR can give you exposure that will serve you well in the future. After the Wedding Challenge, who would have thought this is where Austin would end up? In the end, he was viewed as the whole package and that served him well. Season 3 designers, something to think about! It comes back to the "point of view", doesn't it?
One more thing (LOL)-
Snwoflake, I love Jay, too, although he definitely doesn't design for me personally and I wish him well. I hope he can find his way to a great collection (I had such hopes for what we saw on Project Jay) and Tim is right-there is something there that seems to be self defeating. Jay, we know you can do it-you know it, too.
Snowflake - thanks for the link to that article! I also LOVE Jay. He has such great personality I am disappointed that Bravo didn't make Project Jay into a short series. I love how he disses Zac Posen!
I will be one of those buying his t-shirt for $24.99
I couldn't be more thrilled for Austin that he's able to 'have his couture and eat it too' in the wedding gown market. Huzzah! I always adored Austin and was devastated when he was eliminated during the Grammy challenge; he's so talented and just...adorable!
I was saddened to read TDTG's comment that Jay is 'an embarrassment,' because I (heart) Jay and I *love* his clothing. I really believe that Jay's work is the most variable-body-friendly work shown on PR thus far. It was unique, original, and I could see it fitting on women from size 2 to 14/16, and ages 16-45. It's nice to see a designer with such versatility and wide appeal.
Congratulations Austin! I'll ask DH to marry me again just so I can wear one of Austin's $6,000 beaded gowns.
I sincerely hope Jay shows a collection soon because I found him to be extremely talented.
this is perfect for him. he needed something he could do in a big way, and this is it. i'm 40 and single, but i've had my wedding gown designed in my head for 20 years, so i wouldn't be wearing one of his. i too am disappointed bravo didn't expand project jay. they obviously had enough material for more. and i did buy his shirt too.
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