Manolo says, here is the article from the Boston Globe about the ending of the Project Runway.
There was fashion, too, of course. Last night, as well as during the entire season, we got to see exactly how complicated the business and the art of clothes designing truly is. The show was both a confirmation of our worst prejudices about models and design divas, and a revelation of just how much imagination and skill must go into building and showing the most original fashion lines.
Manolo says, this it is exactly right.
So few peoples do they properly understand the difficulty of the designing the the beautiful things. This, of the course, explains why the Manolo he believes the Miuccia she is the genius, and why the Manolo he is quick to ridicule the celebrities who believe they are the equal to the task of producing original and worth-the-wearing items.
Here is more about the Jay, and about the Manolo’s new hero, the Tim Gunn
And originality was Jay’s trump card, as the judges recognized that fact that his style emanates out of his zany personality, and not from what has already made it into the glossy magazines. His models, many of them wearing headphones, were unique as they walked the runway wearing his passionate, distinctive line. When he was anointed the winner, the talky Jay was overwhelmed and, finally, rendered speechless. As with most reality shows, it’s future seasons are bound to be less exciting.
The finale also featured a few of the “Project Runway” camp trademarks. Fashion director Tim Gunn was on hand to visit the finalists’ homes and mention how “terrific” they are. The image of Gunn, so poised and tasteful, standing next to Jay’s father’s concrete-septic-tank company in small-town Pennsylvania was priceless.
Manolo says, the Manolo he loves the Tim Gunn. Not only is he the handsome, talented, and tasteful, but he is without the doubt the nicest man in the world. He is, as the southern friends of the Manolo would say, as sweet as the sugar pie.