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Queenie Gabourey Sidibe is killin’ it!!
Stealing the spotlight, she donned an orange pastel frock featuring a neon color block at the hem! Oh yes, spring is in the air!
And while her hair and makeup were so flawless, Gab continued to stand out with turquoise and gold baubles. We only wish she swapped out her bow-tiful gold pumps with sandals instead.
That would really have tied the whole look together!
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"Plus-size" is a controversial term for people and models alike!
When Isaac was asked if Project Runway will ever feature contestants who design for “plus-sizes”, he thought it was a great idea!
He also added:
"I don't want to speak to a plus-sized woman differently than I speak to a woman. I don't like segregation, I like incorporation, I like integration. If you're going to do clothes, you need to do them in a whole size range."
Then from the model’s perspective, Hayley Hasselhoff had some news for people who claim “plus-size” models glamorize obesity.
The finale of Project Runway: All Stars aired on Thursday night, and it was a doozy!
The designers’ final challenge was to create a runway show with only $3,000, and Anthony Ryan Auld won the whole kit and caboodle with his Thin Line collection.
Emilio Sosa came in second with his Urban Plantation theme, and Uli Herzner’s Mystical Winter finished third.
Wow! That’s major!
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The designer was not pleased with a plus-size creation made for a female veteran by contestant Anthony Ryan Auld, saying:
"The thing that was upsetting to me was, 'I want all this hidden,’ but my eye went straight there."
Gasp! And here we thought she didn't have a mean bone in her body!
Isaac Mizrahi totes disagreed
So thats why Christian Siriano opened up a in SoHo!
Christian Siriano can now add "condom package creator" to his already lengthy resume!
The Project Runway alum is making safe sex chic by designing three limited-edition condom packages for Proper Attire.
Siriano said of the pecker wrapper packages: