Top Ten PR Looks of All Time: 7, 6, and 5
Let’s get crackin’, bitches!
Come on, could there be any doubt? This was the look that finally got the S3 judges to sit up and take notice of Mychael – and rightfully so. A perfect storm of designer, model and muse resulted in this flawless hot pink hot shorts number inspired by Pam Grier. A dead-on sexy look coupled with some feminine touches and the restraint to let the color and the silhouette do most of the work.
Season 3: Episode 6 – “Waste Not, Want Not”
Designed by Laura Bennett
Model: Camilla Barungi
Again, could there be any doubt? Easily the most memorable outfit from Laura’s competition pile. Everyone mentions this dress when they mention Laura.It wasn’t just that she made a dress out of peanut sacks that looked like it could have been hanging on the racks at a high-end store, nor was it the witty “For Nuts Only” left on the skirt. No, what made it stand out is that it’s simply a chic, stylish design that works no matter what material was used. This is a dress that women see and want to wear.
It’s been a long time since we sang the praises of Kara Saun, but this outfit still stands out foremost in our minds among her competition work. Why? Put it this way: She designed this almost 5 years ago as a postal uniform for a female client and yet it’s so perfect and so stylish, that we, two non-females who don’t work for the Post Office, would love to have this outfit even today. That’s a designer with a broad appeal and a long-term point of view.
[Photos: Barbara Nitke/Bravotv.com - Screencaps: projectrungay.blogspot.com]