Ever wonder what happens to the Project Runway dresses after they're auctioned off? Well, sometimes they wind up in the New York Times.
"In 1987, Michelle Rosen offered candy to David Zornitsky during their first lecture at a C.P.A. course in New York. It was no accident that she was sitting next to him. She had spotted him at registration and after exchanging glances, she recalled, “I just knew I was going to marry him."
For those of you who don't blog incessantly about the show and may not have our encyclopediac memories, this was Kit Pistol's entry.
"On April 5, the couple was escorted by their three boys down an aisle lined with lollipop trees at Dylan’s Candy Bar in New York. The bride wore a borrowed dress made of candy wrappers that was designed for “Project Runway.” Rabbi Douglas Sagal then led them in their vows beneath a wedding canopy of giant Whirly Pops and candy-colored balloons."
Hey, go your own way, we say. It looks like they had fun. The only thing is, we can't help wondering if the Rolos around her waist didn't smell a bit by now.
More pictures here.
Source: Michelle Rosen and David Zornitsky [NewYorkTimes]
[Photos: Barbara Nitke/BravoTV.com/Karen Cunningham/NYTimes.com]
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