Monday, September 19, 2011

Sexy Scarlett Johansson Hot Pics 2011

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Friday, September 16, 2011

Project Runway Season 9 Recaps: My Recap for Episode 8-- "Double D Drama"!!!

No Fatties and No Big Breastssss...and little original talent!

First Things First, Project Runway Season 9 Designer Olivier "Madonna Accent" Green Doesn't Like Big Boobies or...

Men who are not Man-o-Rexic (like the one seen above--"thicker" Vivienne Westwood model (and bodyguard) Sergio Lo Re)

Oh poor skinny Olivier. Last night on Project Runway Season 9, the kids (and Bert!) had to work with CLIENTS. At first, they thought it would be MEN--as the episode began with Heidi bringing in nine men of varying sizes, onto the runway stage. This is were the GASPS of "Oh No Child, I ain't working with the 'Fatties' " came out of Olivier's lips. Soon, though, it turned out that the designers were creating looks for the men's girlfriends/wives. And here again, Miss Olivier was having issues not knowing what a Double D meant, because that was his client's bra size. Oh Bless His Heart! As I say in my Recap (beginning at the end of this POST), he has BPB, Body Prejudicial Behavior , and it needs to stop.

Malin Akerman, actress...NIKOLAKI runway Model???

Actress and Project Runway Judge Malin Akerman (above center) and Model Malin Akerman (left and right images) at NIKOLAKI Fall 2003 Runway Show

Yes, kids, last night's "Guest Judge" was the beautiful actress Malin Akerman, who back when David and I debuted our NIKOLAKI Fall 2003 Collection 8 years ago at Los Angeles Smashbox Fashion Week, was one of our runway models!! And did a fantastic job, I may add!

Now, Let's Get To The Fashions:

This simple black dress--straight out of Ann Taylor or Nordstrom--WON. It was "Mean Girls" Joshua McKinley's design. It was made well and fit his client to a "T".

Again, it was a very simple design--consisting of a CIRCLE SKIRT and a Princess-seamed bodice--but he was praised for. Whereas his fellow designer Bert Keeder--who also did a simple sellable design--was not, and in fact ended in the bottom. I don't get it.OK, so he added the wide Horsehair trim at the hem--but...that's not so original, take a look:

John Galliano for Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall 2008

My Favorite was:

Viktor Luna's colorful, quirky, stylish look. I still do not know how he did not win. It was fashion-forward, extremely well made, and styled so right that it looked as if it BELONGED to her!!!

Another design that ended in the Top was Anya Ayoung Chee's one shoulder printed high-low gown/dress with a modified "kimono" sleeve. The judges LOOOVED it! It was as if it was the "Next Coming of Fashion Christ!". Not so much in my eyes. I know the client liked it but I was surprised it garnered such praise from the judges. Now, what I could imagine is...

If she was a Miss Universe contestant touring the nightclubs in São Paulo, then yes, totally, this is HER DRESS! It was very Beauty Pageant "Evening Gown Competition, the What Not To Wear" edition (see gowns above).

Kimberly Goldson's design for her client was um, TIGHT. As in fit. Kimberly seems to love doing those too-tight mini's. It's "her thang" I guess. I just don't know if a mini was the right choice for her client. But I did like the top's draping. Interestingly enough, she seemed to have been doing a completely DIFFERENT dress when she first began working in the Parsons Workroom:

I kinda like the one above better.

Now, back to Body Prejudicial Behavior Olivier: His outfit was a MESS! Somehow he ended up safe and in the "Middle". He should have been in the bottom with this badly-fitting pants ensemble. That too-tight one-shoulder top is SO NOT for a 40-something year-old woman who has Double D breasteses. She looks like one of those "Real Housewives of Orange County" sans the tan. Plus, Bert created that was well constructed and flattered his client but was penalized for basically doing the same thing week after week. In my eyes Olivier mad a poorly constructed garment and does the SAME THING week after week!

But the Worst Was:

Pepto Bismol Cocktail: Contestant Bryce Black created this pink sheath dress with too-low stylized outside pocket, straight out of my Helen Joseph-Armstrong "Patternmaking for Fashion Design" textbook from FIDM. The seams were all puckering and it looked very amateur. Another casualty of a person whom I feel was too young and not ready to be on Project Runway. Bryce was barely out of school for goodness sakes! Get some training, some years under your design belt and then do the show...He gives new meaning to the phrase "Not ready for Primetime"!!

And now...Here's My "Nick V" blog for this week's Episode:


Last night was the 8th episode of "Project Runway" Season 9. And Bryce was OUT …Yes, I just told you how it ends. Why? Because the editors ruined it for me too: The episode was barely 30 seconds in when Bryce laments that he’s never won a challenge — and in fact, has been at the bottom several times —and is wondering if he's the “Weakest Link.” Um, Ya Think So??? I immediately exclaimed (in my loud voice), “He's GONE!!” (Thanks, Editors). Oh, and did I mention Joshua won? Yep. Sorry to ruin that for you, but right as the nails were being pounded into Bryce’s "Project Runway" coffin, “Orange-ua Joshua” was stating how he was in a “Much better place today” ... Seriously, RIGHT AFTER Bryce. Thanks, Editors, Part Deux.

Body Prejudicial
Now that I got that out of the way, let’s talk about the rest of the episode. The nine remaining designers (can we just get to the Top 5 PLEASE???) are sitting there as Miss Heidi Klum brings in what they think involves their next Challenge: nine men. Immediately, the Gay Claws start coming out as several of the designers don't want to pick “the Fatties” (Yes, I am talking to you, Madonna British Accent Olivier!). Jeeeesus! Now even the men have to deal with what women have been dealing with for AGES from these “kooky” Fashion Designers; it’s a syndrome I call BPB, short for Body Prejudicial Behavior, and this group has it in spades...

Click HERE to read the rest of my Recap--and be sure to leave me your Comments!! I read ALL of them!!!! (of course!!!)


Miss Humanity International 2011 Contestant - Miss Tunisia, Zaynab Dabeib's Photo & Profile/Biography

Profile Info
Republic of Tunisia
26 years
172.00 cm
Flight Attendant
Liberty, order and justice
I grew up in the Nederlands which was where I gained my secondary education. After leading secondary school I enrolled in an Airline Flight Attendants course which enabled me to becmoe a qualified Airline Attendant. It is my ambition to train and supervise new flight attendants later in my career.I was crowned Queen of Tunsia at the Queen of the World beauty pageant and was a runer up in Miss Benelux. My experience in pageantry has afforded me great opportunities and exposed me cultures from around the world. It is a great thing to be able to showcase talent, intellect and unique tidbits about my beautiful country Tunisia.

Humanitarian Advocacy:

Everyone knows that in the Arab world and also in my country Tunisia (where the Arab Spring started) people are working to develop democracy through various forms of revolutions.Many young people in my country are highly trained and possess qualifications but are barely able to get a job due to gender discriminiation, corruption, and poor economy. This pageant comes at a perfect time to advocate against these ills and so my focus shall be on WOMEN'S RIGHTS. Women should be entitled to the same freedoms experienced by men. In some countries the rights of women have been engrained in the laws of the land, is part of culture or a way of life while in other women are severely oppressed. Women are entitled to an education, the ability to vote, to be paid fair salaries, choice to change religion or serve in jobs previously dominated by men. During this pageant I shall be advocating strongly on behalf of not only Tunisian women but women around the world who feel suppresed.

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Miss Humanity International 2011 Contestant - Miss US Virgin Islands, Temisha Libert's Photo & Profile/Biography

Profile Info

Country: Virgin Islands, United States
Age: 24 years
Height: 172.20 cm
Occupation: Assistant Surgeon
Horoscope: Pisces


Faith can move mountains


dancing, modeling, singing, spare fishing, playing sports and spending time with my family.


I am a proud Iverson Medical Graduate with a chemistry major from the University of The Virgin Islands. Prior to that I attended the St. Croix Central High School. Presently I am an assistant surgeon specializing in Laparoscopic and general surgery.
In 2008 I was crowned Miss Atlanta Caribbean and won the 2009 Miss Virgin Island Idol.

Humanitarian Advocacy:

Gifted Hands

I fail to see the purpose of being a non participant in ones life and pride myself as an active young woman who truly loves her home. I have taken on the arduous task of representing the Virgin Islands to be able to share with the world what the Virgin Islands have instilled in me. My organization, "Gifted Hands," gives youths the opportunity the find themselves within, search for a positive and influential role model and also make the community aware about a spine disorder called Scoliosis. God grants us all with numerous gifts of talent and it is up to every individual to use it to the best of their ability and to share it to world. This is my calling and this is exactly what I'm doing. I have not encountered a lot of the issues in the Virgin Islands that is taking place in other countries such as a lack of clean drinking water, sexual exploitation, etc,but I am dedicated in lending a helping hand in seeking change.

Coining the words of the late John .F. Kennedy, "....... ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country."

Be blessed, stay positive and never consume yourself with regrets because every mistake made is an opportunity to make better decisions.

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