I love that she lists Nudie Cohn as a favorite designer. I covet Nudie suits - not that I'd have anywhere to wear one!
PINK! Where have you been? She looks very tall, and I hope interesting.
The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity. Dorothy Parker, (attributed)
I think she looks more like Gwen Stefani than Pink, actually. IMO only.Originally Posted by Arielflies;4006265;
Either way she's a pretty cute young girl. That *always* makes for some good camera!
Impossible things are being done every day.
I'm getting a very tedious and affected vibe off her, maybe she'll surprise me but I doubt it based off her portfolio on the Bravo site.
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Avatar: Eastern Amberwing dragonfly photo by me.
For some reason she reminds me of Jackie from Work Out.Originally Posted by cubsfan55;4010397;
"My life gets less like chess and more like whack-a-mole every day."
<-- "I'm Hexy and I know it!"
I liked her and her sense of style. She never should have listened to Gretchen and her "styling" tips! She was a class act and her very astute comments on the other designers will be missed. She didn't deserve to
go this week. Casanova is only being kept around because of the drama and his selective hearing/understanding of the English language.
OK, looks like Sarah's gone a little cray-cray...
Full article here, which includes her Lifetime.com videos. Also, the original story of the film screening is found here.Meet the Project Runway Contestant Who Torpedoed Her Brothers’ SXSW Premiere
SXSW 2011 || by Jen Yamato || 03 15 2011 2:30 PM
Did you hear the one about the filmmaker who ruined the SXSW screening of the SXFantastic entry The FP by loudly heckling their own film late Monday night, pissing off the army of movie bloggers in attendance? Meet Sarah Trost: film disrupter, costume designer, sister to writer-directors Brandon and Jason Trost, and former contestant on season 8 of Project Runway.
Trost earned her brothers’ film plenty of SXSW buzz at the late-night screening of the indie action spoof The FP, shouting inside jokes at the screen while ticket buyers and press in the audience shot daggers in her direction. Even members of Trost’s own crew asked her to quiet down during the film, to no avail.
"Whatever you are, be a good one." – Abraham Lincoln