So recently I have been catching up on the seasons of Project Runway I missed, and while the over all feel of the show is somewhat different, I’ve been enjoying them for the most part.
What bothers me, however, is that whenever there is a challenge that involves anyone outside of of a size 2 or under, the designer who has that client always freaks out…
It’s just disturbing to think that even within the fashion industry and competitions, that people honestly cannot accept the idea of dressing someone that isn’t stick thin. (Not that there is anything wrong with being thin.)
I mean, does it not show more talent that you can fit a range of sizes well as opposed to the same tiny size every week? Half the time the designers themselves are overweight which is even more disturbing that they cannot relate to the model or client they are working with.
Regardless, I appreciate all body sizes and I believe that anyone can look great regardless of what the scale, society, or the stupid designers on Project Runway say. Whether you are a size two or a size thirty-two does not matter, just be confident with the skin you’re in!
I started watching Avatar: The Last Airbender Friday, I can’t believe that a) I’ve never seen it and b) the ending hasn’t been spoiled for me.
I’m currently on episode fourteen and I love it! It’s kind of like a mix of Inu Yasha, Bleach (the spirit world episode), Naruto and Dragonball. Also the book series Broken Sky if anyone has any idea what that is. :) The funny thing is, it is making me want to watch (and read) all of those. As soon as I’m done with this one, I think I’ll start Inu Yasha… Or Dragonball… Or at least one of those haha!
I can’t wait to see what happens with Avatar though!