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Shoot Out The Zombies

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Season 13 Sandhya Garg teaches how to sew seams
Are you tapping into all of your creative potential? Learn new skills + score more gigs #art #design #photo #diy

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As +Tim Gunn would say, "Make it Work" - get your decorative seams looking professional without a serger! Project Runway's +sandhya garg instructs the latest CLW course. Become a member to watch:

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As +Tim Gunn would say, "Make it Work" - get your decorative seams looking professional without a serger! Project Runway's +sandhya garg instructs the latest CLW course. Become a member to watch:

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Next week is another unconventional challenge!  I am so excited!  Sad about this week, but the excitement for next week overpowers it!
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Project Runway

Can we talk about Season 14?  Did you just LOOOOVE the paper challenge?  

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So I woke up with this on my mind this morning, and came to the Plus looking for you, +project runway !

Fashion Challenge:

"A Ton of Feathers:"

100 lbs of feathers
100 lbs of rhinestones
100 lbs  of bugle beads
100 lbs of paillettes
100 lbs of lace
100 lbs of rickrack
100 lbs of buttons
100 lbs of Swarovski crystals
100 lbs of leather
100 lbs of seed pearls

1st Place Challenge Winner:
Assigns materials to other challengers
Picks materials of choice.  Can choose up to 3 materials, or stick with just one. Can combine up to 3 materials chosen in equal proportion adding up to 100 lbs.

2nd Place Challenge Winner:
Can combine up to 2 materials, 50/50; 
Can elect to stick with one material
Can use 80% of material with no penalty, but the proportions must be correct: use 80%, but be sure the proportion is exactly 50/50, if two materials are used!

3rd Place Challenger:
Gets to exchange his/her 100 lbs or keep it.  He or she can pick the other challenger to switch with, including the first place winner.  If the switch is with the 1st place winner, 3rd place challenger must pick before design is finalized.  Any of the other materials can be chosen early or late in the design process--in effect, 3rd place can select materials early and create something original, or wait and hijack someone else!  What will they choose???

Secret Challenge:

4th place winner may elect to combine materials and team up with anyone , including the 1st place winner.    He or she can design, in partnership 2, 3 or 4 outfits, and my utilize the help of a disqualified challenger, if one arises.

He or she will only be told that they've won "A Golden Opportunity," and nothing else.  As often happens to people who don't take the top prize in an endeavor, opportunity is still right there--sometimes larger and more magical than ever dreamed!  Part of being an entrepreneur is spotting a Golden Opportunity, or "following an intuition."  Can he/she do it?  Figure out the Opportunity?  If the 4th place challenger does not figure it out, they don't get the reward--like life.  Successful completion of the challenge by the dq'd assistant puts them back in contention to win the challenge.

All other challengers must use the entire 100 lbs of material in order to avoid disqualification from the challenge.  

Challengers can create any type of garment, and use any sort of design element to accomplish the goal of using the whole 100 lbs.  All of the material must be incorporated into wearable garments, but can be used in anything, from hats to sock garters.

I don't get the chance to watch as I'd like to, so that's what I have. 

What will the challenge be?
How will the winners be determined?
Is there any way to make it more challenging?

If you decide to create this challenge, will you send for me so I can watch?

jd quinitchette

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What is your favorite thing about Nina Garcia?

#ninagarcia #elle #marieclaire #magazine #projectrunway 

Nina – Unconquerable Woman
Pronounced NEE-nƏ, Nina is a short form of various names ending in –nina or -ina, eg. Giannina, Antonina. It also bears other meanings in different languages.
The meanings differ depending on the language of origin – “kind” in Persian, “kind eyes” in Hindu, “outstanding” in Native American, “mother” in Swahili, “friend” in Arabic, “blossom” in Old Greek, and “little girl” in Spanish.

Famous Ninas We Love:

+Nina Dobrev – Bulgarian Canadian model, singer and actress, best known for her role of Mia Jones on the Canadian teen drama TV series +Degrassi : The Next Generation, and her role of Elena Gilbert and Katherine Pierce on The CW’s vampire drama TV series +The Vampire Diaries.
Nina Nesbitt – Scottish guitarist and singer-songwriter from Edinburgh, best known for her hit singles Stay Out, Don’t Stop, Love Me Again, and Selfies. Her studio albums and extended plays include Peroxide, The Apple Tree, Boy, and others. 

+Nina Garcia – Colombian fashion critic and journalist, the Fashion Director of +ELLE and +Marie Claire magazines, as well as a judge on Lifetime’s American reality television series Project Runway, hosted by Heidi Klum. 

Famous Ninas in Books/ Movies/ Video Games/Music:
Nina Myers – fictional character on Fox’s TV series 24, portrayed by Sarah Clarke. Nina is the second-in-command of the CTU – Counter Terrorist Unit in Los Angeles. She appears in the first season of the show and is later revealed as a traitor.

Nina Pickering – fictional character on +Syfy’s supernatural drama TV series Being Human, portrayed by Sinead Keenan. Nina is a senior staff nurse at the hospital where George and Mitchell work. She is depicted as strong and intimidating. Later on she starts going out with George.
Nina Einstein – fictional character in the Japanese anime series Code Geass, voiced by Saeko Chiba in Japanese and Kim Mai Guest in English. Nina is a bookish member of the student council at Ashford Academy. 

Celebrity Babies:

Isaac Hanson named his daughter Nina Odette in 2014.

As a feminine given name, Nina can have various meanings depending on which language it was originally used in, or which name it is a short form of. In European languages, it started being used as a name of its own at the end of the 19th century. Its popularity in the US has fluctuated since then, peaking in the 1990s. Thanks to its various origins and meanings, Nina gives its bearer a hallmark of unsettled personality, indomitable character and passionate heart.

What do YOU think of the name Nina? Would it be a good name for your baby girl? Let us know in your comments either here or on the name page

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We started to notice a trend in the L'Oreal make-up room... can you guess how many smokey-eyes we got up to?
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