I remember when Project Runway's season 1 premiered. I watched it all alone in my room and rooted for Jay McCarroll from day one. I even went on to buy one of his totes after the season ended. But, while watching the series all over again today, I realized how rude everyone was to third place winner Wendy Pepper and it hit me personally.
People take my blog and column way too serious. I've had every form of hate mail out there and it's truly frightening! One reader questioned my belief in God all over the fact that I expressed interest in dressing nice for church. Sorry I wasn't raised to wear a NY Giants jersey with ripped jeans to church. Another reader emailed me about how I didn't deserve to have followers and told me to end my writing career all because I didn't like a jacket that Mick Jagger's daughter wore. Not everyone is going to like the same article of clothing, right? 

I didn't realize it until today, but between Kevin, Victoria, Alexandra, Jay, and Kara I don't know how Wendy didn't wish to be eliminated, pic from People.com. I hate to sound childish, but while watching today's marathon I felt really sad for Wendy. Is it that bad to show a little compassion towards other human beings? I may sit here and rip some designer or actress a new one, but I don't wish any pain or hate on anyone... whether I like you or not.
I don't think Jay was all that mean to Pepper. Jay was funny, boisterous, and definitely deserved to win the big prize. But Kara Saun, the washed out wanna be Gucci designer, was such a b**** to Wendy and for what? What was Kara's reasoning for her malevolent behavior? The word "bully" might sound babyish, but Kara bullied Wendy and nobody tried to stop it.
If Kara was trying to prove that coming in second was better than coming in third, she was wrong. If you aren't number one on that show, you aren't anything. That's why Heidi says, "You're out"!... and where is Kara now? She's probably still putting her hair in outdated corn row designs and going to the movies alone.
One thing is for sure, fashion comes and goes, but mean people suck forever!


Racquelle Nash-SnowTo read more, visit and join http://www.defining-style.com/ 

I remember when Project Runway's season 1 premiered. I watched it all alone in my room and rooted for Jay McCarroll from day one. I even went on to buy one of his totes after the season ended. But, while watching the series all over again today, I realized how rude everyone was to third place winner Wendy Pepper and it hit me personally.
People take my blog and column way too serious. I've had every form of hate mail out there and it's truly frightening! One reader questioned my belief in God all over the fact that I expressed interest in dressing nice for church. Sorry I wasn't raised to wear a NY Giants jersey with ripped jeans to church. Another reader emailed me about how I didn't deserve to have followers and told me to end my writing career all because I didn't like a jacket that Mick Jagger's daughter wore. Not everyone is going to like the same article of clothing, right? 

I didn't realize it until today, but between Kevin, Victoria, Alexandra, Jay, and Kara I don't know how Wendy didn't wish to be eliminated, pic from People.com. I hate to sound childish, but while watching today's marathon I felt really sad for Wendy. Is it that bad to show a little compassion towards other human beings? I may sit here and rip some designer or actress a new one, but I don't wish any pain or hate on anyone... whether I like you or not.
I don't think Jay was all that mean to Pepper. Jay was funny, boisterous, and definitely deserved to win the big prize. But Kara Saun, the washed out wanna be Gucci designer, was such a b**** to Wendy and for what? What was Kara's reasoning for her malevolent behavior? The word "bully" might sound babyish, but Kara bullied Wendy and nobody tried to stop it.
If Kara was trying to prove that coming in second was better than coming in third, she was wrong. If you aren't number one on that show, you aren't anything. That's why Heidi says, "You're out"!... and where is Kara now? She's probably still putting her hair in outdated corn row designs and going to the movies alone.
One thing is for sure, fashion comes and goes, but mean people suck forever!


Racquelle Nash-SnowTo read more, visit and join http://www.defining-style.com/