But I got bored eventually and started seeing other reality shows on the side So I have an interest in a group of fashion designers listening to a group of specific old ladies describing what they want to wear, and trying to approximate that. And boy, do they rip. Now, I use that term with all due reverence. This time it was old ladies.
And boy, do they rip. It sometimes drives me up a tree that I started getting seriously interested in fashion in my late forties, right when fashion was losing interest in me. So I have an interest in a group of fashion designers listening to a group of specific old ladies describing what they want to wear, and trying to approximate that. So if I'm going to buy something stylish, it had better be stylish forever. Once it was women who wanted to recycle their wedding gowns, so the gowns provided the only material the designer was allowed to work with. Or at least for the next twenty years or so. An awesome old lady. Once it was women who had lost a substantial amount of weight, and wanted to show off their new figures. And as a fifty-one year old woman who cares deeply about fashion and sex and feminism and ageism… this is not an abstract point for me. But I got bored eventually and started seeing other reality shows on the side And what Greta Christina has to say about it all is just This is a paradox I live every day of my life in. Their recaps kept me watching the show way past when I would've grown tired of it otherwise. Now, I'm not watching Project Runway this season. Because I like a competitive reality show, but even more do I like a blog ripping on a competitive reality show. The first time it was just non-models in their 20's. And don't care to, really. This time it was old ladies. Anyway, a common challenge to have on Project Runway is the so-called "real woman" challenge, in which these relatively unknown and in some cases novice fashion designers are asked to switch gears from designing party dresses out of candy or garbage or both for size 0 models and switch to something a little more down to earth-- clothing for a specific client, who has tastes and is I do, after all, aspire to be an old lady myself. Now, I use that term with all due reverence. I care about style, but the words "trendy" or "in season" to me mean "thing you're going to spend a load of money on and then never be able to wear again," and I don't have the time-- or budget-- for that.
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