Thank goodness for Tim Gunn's willingness to speak out!
When so many in the fashion industry seem too afraid to say a word, he comes right out and says what everyone is thinking!
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After scolding the fashion world for refusing to design for plus-size women, the Project Runway co-host has turned his sights on Kanye West's Yeezy Season 4, and his words are not flattering.
Speaking with Access Hollywood on September 13, the 63-year-old said:
Tim Gunn with the mic drop!
The co-host of Project Runway has written an essay for the Washington Post lamenting the lack of designers willing to make beautiful clothing for plus-size women.
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"I love the American fashion industry, but it has a lot of problems, and one of them is the baffling way it has turned its back on plus-size women. It's a puzzling conundrum. The average American woman now wears between a size 16 and a size 18. But many designers — dripping with disdain, lacking imagination or simply too cowardly to take a risk — still refuse to make clothes for them."
The Emmy winner dishes out facts that are hard to ignore, explaining that plus-size women are actually spending more money on clothing than straight-size women.
Still, mainstream designers rarely if ever offer clothing above a size 12.
The 2016 Emmy Awards nominations are officially here!
We cannot believe it's been nearly a year since we last celebrated the best that TV has to offer, but luckily, Anthony Anderson and Lauren Graham are here to change all that.
That's because the Black-ish actor and the Gilmore Girls actress woke up extra early on Thursday to announce the list of talented artists behind the best shows on television!
Following last year's iconic wins for Viola Davis, Uzo Aduba, and the entire cast of Game of Thrones, who does the Academy think deserves recognition this time around??
Ch-ch-check out a full list of nominees for the 2016 Emmy Awards (below)!!!
Cam Newton may have lost the Super Bowl, but he's winning the hearts of kids everywhere with his new Nickelodeon show!
The Carolina Panthers quarterback is bringing his charm, leadership skills, and dance moves to the children's' network this summer for his new series All In With Cam Newton, where he will help real kids achieve their real dreams!
Over 20 episodes, the NFL star will help each kid pursue their passion — from pro basketball to fashion to even zoology!
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So, it's basically like a kid-version of MTV's Made, except people actually know who the coach is this time! LOLz!
Like any good coach, Newton will have some help from special guests to serve as mentors — including gymnast Dominique Dawes, magician David Copperfield, and even fashion guru Tim Gunn!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (below) to see Cam dabbing with some inspiring kids — and catch All In With Cam Newton premiering on June 3 at 8 pm on Nickelodeon!
In case you were losing sleep over not knowing who the random guy was in the Kardashian family Thanksgiving photo, have no fear!
Turns out, he's not so random!
The unidentified dude to the far left is Kanye West's childhood pal J. Sakiya Sandifer!
Sandifer and Yeezy grew up together in Chicago, and at this point he has become an honorary member of the Kardashian clan. You know you're close to the family when you're on opposite ends of the photo from the person you came with!
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Sandifer — who was credited on West's song Black Skinhead — co-authored a novel with the world-famous rapper in 2009 called Thank You and You're Welcome. We have a suspicion 'Ye had more to do with the second half of that title than the first! LOLz.
Yeezus' buddy has made a name for himself as founder of We Think LLC and writer of Think Think Think and Think Again.
He's also publicly defended Kim Kardashian West's family on numerous occasions, most recently against Tim Gunn's remarks about Kanye's "dumb" clothing line and not being liked by the reality family:
And to top it off, Sandifer even was paired with Kylie Jenner to walk down the aisle at Kimye's wedding!
He's definitely earned his stripes!
[Image via Instagram.]
It's not just YOU, Perezcious readers, who really dislike the Kardashians!
Tim Gunn is the latest celebrity to express his resentment of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, and he even goes after Kanye West!
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The Project Runway mentor recently went in on the contentious family during an interview, calling them "vulgar" and surrounded by an "aura of yuck." Well, then!
As for Kanye, he refers to his clothing as "dumb" and "basic."
Tim also admits that "the whole Kardashian clan doesn't like me." Indeed?! We'd never have guessed.
Watch the entire interview (below)!
Tim Gunn and Anna Wintour STILL haven't settled their feud.
On Wednesday, the fashion consultant opened up to Meredith Vieira on her talk show about his ongoing feud with the Vogue editor-in-chief.
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He explains that he has a "hostile" relationship with her, and that the whole thing started when she blew one of his interviews out of proportion:
"The most benign of all the experiences I've had with her had to do with a question that I was asked by the New York Post and the question was the following, 'What is the most unforgettable moment you've ever seen in fashion?' Very matter of fact question and very matter of fact response and it was, 'Watching Anna Wintour being carried down 5 flights of stairs from a fashion show.'"
The 62-year-old revealed that the comment wasn't meant to insult the magazine mogul, but she certainly didn't respond positively to it:
"Her office called my office the next day and demanded a retraction and I said, 'But its true, it happened.' I mean I didn't make this up and they still demanded a retraction and I said no. There were many calls back and forth and finally, there was a call during which her Director of Communications said, 'I'll have you know Ms. Wintour knows how to work a Manolo.'"
He said he responded in the hopes of clarifying that he didn't mean for his answer to be malicious: