The starting point was a Giacometti sculpture with a long slim neck leading to a curved oval.He used this as the inspiration for the slightly high waist evident in all the daywear and a great deal of the eveningwear, and the tulip-shaped skirts.Through a series of weekly challenges, contestants were eliminated, leaving three finalists left who then went on to show their designs in the final episodes at New York Fashion Week.The winner, Christian Siriano, received prizes including: an editorial feature in Elle, 0,000 from TRESemmé to start his own line, the opportunity to sell a fashion line on Bluefly.com, and a 2008 Saturn Astra automobile.The designers arrive in New York and are asked to create a garment that best reflects who they are as a designer.They are given 10 minutes to grab from ,000 worth of fabric in three tents set up in Bryant Park. The remaining designers are asked to create a two-piece garment for Sarah Jessica Parker's BITTEN line using of materials and only one day to complete their look.“I honestly feel that Georgina was the fairest judge, in my opinion, and her opinion – because I admire her work so much above all – matters to me the most,” he explained.“I am very pleased with the things that she said because I honestly felt that she judged me fairly.” It’s definitely arguable that last week’s runway show should have led to someone being eliminated, Kashou continued to stand by his design.
Throughout, he cinched everything with a sporty broad belt to emphasise this waist position and to draw attention to the sharp, straight shoulders of the tailoring – a contrast to the sloping shapes seen in so many designers’ ready-to-wear.
" to which Kashou reportedly responded, "I'm nobody, I'm just the waiter." Kashou claims that several minutes later Trejo-Perez came up to him and asked "Did you even f**king win?
[....] You are nothing but a lowlife has-been reality show loser," and then poured a bottle of beer on Kashou and smashed the bottle in his face. Trejo-Perez was ultimately arrested, but Kashou is suing both him and the restaurant for more than ,000.
Rami Kashou was beaten by Christian Siriano in the finals of season four of "Project Runway" -- but it's the alleged beating he received at the hands of a stranger that has him filing a mega-lawsuit. Kashou says one of the men at the table, Arturo Trejo-Perez, scoffed, "Who the f**k are you?
County Superior Court -- he was minding his business at the popular West Hollywood restaurant/bar The Abbey, when a table of fans recognized him.