Labels: Dan Karaty, Jim Tanner, Launch My Line, Launch My Line Season 1, Launch My Line Season 1 Episode 1, Louanna Rawls, Susan Brunet
HOW FUCKING CUTE ARE THESE LITTLE GAY FASHION PIXIES?
More wardrobe changes than a Cher concert! Bow down!
We have to give them props. That is a killer work space. We liked the twist that they had to buy all their fabric for their line at once. That notions closet could be fun or it could be a petri dish of resentments and backstabbings, which, come to think of it, still sounds like fun.
And look at that runway! It's like something out of a Mitzi Gaynor special.
Blah, blah, blah. Meet the designer wannabes...
...and the experts. The usual ragtag band of gypsies and attention whores.
Her Grand Highness, Queen Attention Whore the First.
Cute clueless guy who dresses like a Saved by the Bell cast member. He had "first to go home" scrawled all over him in ultraviolet ink.
The Professor and Mary Ann. Look, we didn't learn everybody's names. There are a LOT of them. It'll click eventually.
Their little feet don't reach the floor! How fucking cute is that? The set looks like it was a leftover from Eurovision.
So congratulations, Lou Rawls' daughter! Hopefully, we'll learn your name soon.
We thought the dress was just okay. Nothing to get excited about.
And we agreed with the criticism coming from...Dan? Dean? One of those little fashion dolls that said the hem was too sharp.
Seeya to the cute, clueless guy who dresses like a Saved by the Bell cast member!
What is up with that, anyway?
To be honest, while we didn't think this was good, exactly, it was better than a couple of the other ones, in our opinion.
At least it was trying to do something a little interesting, even if it didn't quite pull it off.
But y'know, they're clearly not approaching fashion from the more editorial point of view. We may have to start a drinking game for every time the words "line" or "customer" are used. It's a glitzy show about people who want to sell their clothes, so "point of view" is gonna naturally fall to the way side in favor of "wearability." That's fine. We're looking forward to it.
Things to look out for in the coming season that make us think this might be the greatest campy reality television show ever:
OLD NAKED GUYS.
[Photos: BravoTV.com - Screencaps: projectrungay.blogspot.com]
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