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  • dillonroche

    the fix was in , but kuttoe couldn’t deliver . she is a shallow , unartistic copycat who has cried ” it’s not fair ” from day one . behind the scenes she has accused PR producers of not being sensitive to ethnocentric designers and minority women . that is why even the U.N. politicos got involved ( how dare the UN spend $$$ to ” sponsor ” PR , when that money should have been used for aide and food to distressed people , and not for ” fashions ” for third world women , and fat blag wimmen in the US . mormalulu was fed info to steer her to win . ( question , how did she know nina had a collection of white pantsuits in her office , and produced for nina a jacket with scallops reminiscent of janet and michaels leather jackets . she had at least two crimps in her seam at the crotch , but garcia loves a good butt kiss . and ignored that flaw . to echo the large show ” orange is the new black ” she sent out an orange “tutu ” which had no design value , and is traditionally rejected by PR judges as too ” pumpkin ” or ” halloweeney ” , but this monstrosity was deemed fabulous by ISuck massa razi who was really driven to have moomoo win and be a star on his qvc show all he sees are $$$$ signs . to say that kuttoes is the most ” inventive” of the designers , shows what a jive donkey he is . in addition , jeffery showed us that kutto had taken elements of isaacs design and fabric from his fall show . yet not a mumblin word from him . heidi , michael kors and nina would have ran her back to rwanda . and where does she get off wearing “I AM A NATIVE LIBERIAN ” TEE SHIRT ON 3 OCCASIONS !! what self respecting designer would do that on national TV ??? and , plus , none but ethnocentric and racially motivated viewers could really care where she came from . many of us saw morm alulu ‘s true colors when in her debut , she denied a fellow participant fabric that she had lost at mood . mormalu was obnoxious in denying the fabric , and led another black contestant to deny her the small amount of finish material she required . so much for the GOLDEN RULE !!! in the meantime , we heard mama kuttoe declare that she wanted to win to be a role model for her daughter , and other fat blag african women . people like her make me puke !!! at the end of last seasons runway show , the eventual winner DOM ( an african american woman ) appealed to eventual runner up alexandria ( a blonde y girl ) for material . alexandria not only provided the needed materials , but helped in a last minute installation with dom . also , one of the challenges referenced the theme ” native ” which fed right into mormalulu’s hands as she was quick to point out . had she been assigned eastern europe or spain , i am sure she would have fallen flat on her fat face . she was given 2 tries at allstars which was suspect because she never has won anything . i hope now we have seen the last of her fat derriere , heard the last of her dissing of fellow designers , in that whiny , complaining voice of hers . in my circle of fans we are celebrating her crash and burn .

  • Lucy

    I will never watch project runway again.. Although Set Aaron had a good collection but Korto did a better job. She made clothes that all women can actually wear and her collection was much better and she has done a very good job throughout the show . I am done with project runway. I got so mad after watching the finale but I hope Korto stays confident because she is really talented.

  • Congrats to the winner but Kato was my pick’.


  • Seth all along clearly a master seamstress and clear statement. Go seth

  • earline pollock

    I will never ever watch Project Runway again I here some people have EYES in the back of there head that’s were all you eyeswere I do believe you all have something against Korto I through it was HEIDI I see now you all don’t know nothing about REAL GOOD LOOKING CLOTHES Iwould never buy any of your designs I HOPE YOUR RATINGS GO TO THE BOTTOM All my friends and family will not be watching Project runway again I HOPE KORTO THE BEST IN ALL OF HER ENDEAVORS IF I WAS HER I WOULD NEVER BE ON YOUR SHOW AGAIN.

  • Kiki

    In other words … Of course Seth Aaron won.

  • Kiki

    A design competition is not about dumbing down for the masses. Great designers are originals. Their ideas are then stolen by lesser brands and reinterpreted for “dumb asses.”

  • Paula

    I am finished supporting project runway all stars. They never get it right.

  • P.

    I think I am done watching all these so called “all stars” contests. It is not interesting any more. We know each and every one of the contestants already. Especially on project runway, where the motto is supposed to be “one day you are in, next day you are out.” They are supposed to be judged based on how he/she performs on a challenge, so it is not fair to hear judges said I know him/her, I know what he/she can do, this is not his/her best. Anyway, if any of the show’s producers is reading this, I would rather see a show with contestants who were eliminated first on each season. We don’t know them, lets give them a second chance and see what they can do.

  • Korto got the shaft again! I wanted her to win the first time and this time. She designs for women and Seth designs for models. If Korto sells her designs somewhere, I will be the first in line to buy them.

    • Roz

      Hmmmmm!!! I agree with you 100%. I think Korto received more than the “shaft”. According to the “Gorgeous” Georgina Chapman, “after the first dress, everything else was sloppy”. Since we are being candid here, I think that they should stop referring to her as the gorgeous; there are more stunning and gorgeous women out there… I should be referred to as such; but I am very confident in who I am and do not need such label. It seem that Ms. Chapman was out to get Korto… I thought that her line was very cohesive and can accommodate everyday and high fashioned women altogether. Sometimes I get the inclination that that these designers are intimidated by the up and coming designers and are just out to deflate their confidence to say the lease. As for Korto, she needs to maintain her confidence as a designer and she will shine regardless of their opinion. She really does not need their money to boost her ego…

  • Dianne

    Seth is a stronger designer so he won. His was a professional cohesive collection. No fit issues, his work is fairly perfect. His style is strong and self evident. It may not be for everyone, but no one said to make the designs ready to wear with wide appeal. I love Korto and her designs, but there were a couple of fit issues and design issues, and her collection was not truly cohesive. I saw Seth as the clear winner and am having trouble with the idea of being a minority in that.

    • Yeah, I was thinking Seth Aaron would win, but I was praying for Korto. I just liked her the best of the three remaining designers.

  • Ruby

    Disappointing results. Seth won season 7 of project runway which he did deserve, however Korto’s collection was more ready to wear and appealed to a wider audience and consumer she should have won

    • TbCaChic

      I still can’t comprehend either of Seth’s wins…if his first collection was so appealing , he would not have needed this return to Project Runway and the ensuing publicity so badly…Korto was wrongly relegated to second place yet again. I wish her the best and an amazing career. Most women could and would wear most of her designs. Project Runway has lost a longtime fan…I have no desire to watch another season.

  • KeKe

    How could they miss that Korto is the real winner?

    • mona

      I know right don’t get wrong. I like Seth design but I think korto should have been the winner.

    • mona

      I know right don’t get wrong;I like Seth design but I think korto should have been the winner.

    • Ruth

      So agree with you! Hers was beautiful

  • VoxFugit

    Seth may be a designer for the fashion world but his designs don’t play well in the real world.

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