Her favorite designer is God? I'm not sure how I feel about that answer. Seems like it could be taken multiple ways. If her implication is that she is inspired by nature and/or the natural world then I could go with it, but I think I'll have to see her on the show before I really know...
I hope it's not along the lines of Creative Design, she names God. I mean, she's free to believe whatever she wants, but in this instance it doesn't seem relevant to name God, no matter how it's supposed to interepreted.
Psst. Hey, guys! Notice her clothes are tacky? And she's too old to be wearing them in the first place! First out!
Actually, I love her outfit. It's fun and refreshing and free. As far as "age appropriateness" is concerned, would you want to see her in Alfred Dunner poly stretchies?
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I have no idea what those are! But designers shouldn't fall prey to such fashion faux pas. She is dressing like a 9-yr-old from the early 90s. She is too matchy matchy. Anyway, I realized that I never looked at her portfolio because she was so hideously dressed that I just assumed she would be a terrible designer. I think I might like her designs. She needs a makeover though.
She's one of the designers I'm looking forward to this season. Her portfolio shows promise and she seems talented.
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Her outfit is horrible, but, looking at her portfolio, I think she really designs very good. A little bit classical, I like that.
The dress wasn't great . . . no dress is if it makes your butt look big, but it wasn't worthy of being Auf'd.
I'd rather have the world think my butt is big than to have the world actually be able to SEE my butt!
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Agreed! I could not believe Ping stayed. Did not care for the weird hip things and then the nightmare come to life for most women ... your dress flaps open in the back and your hiney is shining for all the world to see.
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