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It’s in the Bag
By Leonuk On 3 Jun, 2013 At 11:58 AM | Categorized As Fashion & Accessories | With 2 Comments

{Chat2day} It’s in the Bag

It’s in the Bag

It's in the Bag

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  1. L. Workman says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Tedious tasks, uninspiring cast, awkward host, January 9, 2012
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    L. Workman (Redondo Beach, CA United States) –

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    I’m a huge fan of Project Runway and am often amazed at the drive and sheer skill and creativity the designers show.
    I had great hopes for this as well but it was a watered down dull copy at best.

    The hostess was lovely but wooden or painfully over-sincere. The talent feedback often subjective and individual rather than educational and enlightening. The contestant rarely thrilled with their creations and were almost uniformly forgettable as designers.

    Capable perhaps, but not breathtakingly good or bad for that matter.

    I watched and watched and hoped for growth or the feeling I was watching talent and creativity but was so uninvested that I didn’t care at all who won in the lackluster finale.

    “Project Accessory” is the programming equivalent of diet cream-cheese on a day old bagel; wait until you can see it for free on Hulu or something, it’s not worth paying to watch.

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  2. carol irvin "carol irvin" says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Needs to Change Format, November 10, 2011
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    carol irvin “carol irvin” (United States) –
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    This show follows every single device of Project Runway, right down to the work being shown on the runway. However, that is the problem. Unlike clothing, accessories coming down the runway are difficult to see and appreciate. Unless an accessory is glaring, it simply doesn’t look like much coming down a fashion runway on a model wearing jeans and a tee or a little black dress. This also means that when it something is bad, it is not excruciatingly awful either. And let’s face it, people love these shows as much for the spectacular failures as anything else. It is hard to enjoy someone being shredded by the judges for a necklace or a bracelet. I think they may have to use photo shots of the models from a studio shoot instead of a runway show to judge these accessories. If it is a necklace, let’s focus on the model’s neck with photo closeups. I think this show has possibilities if they start showing the work another way.

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  3. Doug Peay says:
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    love it, January 8, 2013
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    Doug Peay (Torrance, Ca. USA) –

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    who knew so much machinery goes into making accessories. Accessory designers are definately a different breed than fashion designers. Enjoyed a lot.

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