Sunday, December 19, 2010

NEW CafePress Items - UPDATED!

-- Jennifer Eolin

My holiday store at CafePress was such a success that I've been inspired to do more!  (Insert collective applause here, followed by sighs of relief and the dull roar of thousands of happy fists bapping gently together.)  

I've put up postcards and blank note cards (perfect for thank-you notes!) as well as mugs and tote bags.  The process this time was really satisfying.  

A sneaky way to make sure dining out is the only option:
Cover the dining room table with crafty stuff.
(PS - The sushi dinner was delicious.)

I've accrued A LOT more supplies since my holiday batch, as you can see above.  (I personally am keeping Michaels Art Store open on the upper west side these days.)  I did all the designs myself using stamps and hand coloring in the ink.  Then my super-cute-and-talented Manfriend helped get the quality just right using his super fancy computer thingy.  (He understands computers.  I understand blogging.  Big difference.)

What is posted in the shop today is just the start!  (And more than is posted here in the blog.)  There are still more designs in the hopper that will come out very soon.  Enjoy!

Bouquet of Red Roses note card

Bouquet of Blue Mums note card

Tree park inspired by Central Park

Bouquet of Chyrsanthemums

UPDATED: More designs!
(All designs offered on a variety of products, 
these are just samples.)
Wildflowers magnet

"Thank you" Owl note card

 Thank you note card with sunflower

"Thank You" Polar Bear note card

Cherry Blossoms in Central Park in Springtime!

Check out my CafePress store for more designs and options!!  Squeeee!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Does Not Compute

As a blogger, I like to see what keywords are bringing people to my page.  (Thankfully, "complete idiot" and "weirdo" are NOT keywords used to find me.  Yet.)  And I as I read the list I thought, "Holy candy canes, what the hell did I blog about that led people here with THAT combination of words?"  Here are some examples of noggin scratchers:

* "Burlap lingerie" 
* "Craig The Freak live" 
* "Sugar Brown get tall" 

And my favorite:  

* "Smiley face fuck you"

I can only someday hope that I read the article about the Craig The Freak: LIVE show in which Sugar Brown wears burlap lingerie in the highest heels possible and sings his new song, "Smiley Face Fuck You."  Ah, to dream....

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Overheard in New York: The New Old Biddy Edition

One of my favorite websites right now is Overheard in New York.  Click the link and laugh your ass off, you'll thank me later. (Seriously, I'll expect a thank you note penned in fanciful calligraphy, complete with statements complimenting my persona and visage.  Shut up, I have needs.)  And since I've been living in NYC for almost a year now (GASP), I wanted to share my OWN "overheard in New York" conversations.  

I know: SQUEE!

I can see my house from here!
Photo credit: Sam O'Hare.
Please visit his photo site HERE.

So here they are - please enjoy!  And make sure to open up your own ears in your neck of the woods and share YOUR own "Overheard in _____" stories!

Overheard on the street... A group of kids walking down the street at night, having a loud conversation:  One of the guys says to another:  "You is damn lucky its yo birthday or I'dda pushed you in the sandwich shop." Yes.  Lucky indeed.

Overheard on the subway... A very drunk 30-something-guy drinking vodka right out of the (plastic flask) bottle listening to his iPod and LOUDLY singing and crying in German, "The world!  THE WORLD!"  (And PS, "world" was pronounced "vorld.")  To top off this picture, he was sitting next to a granola-woman dressed in all natural fibers wearing a pin that said: "I heart mountains." It. Was. Awesome.

Observed on the street...  A black Rolls Royce Phantom patrolling the streets of the Upper West Side with the license plate that reads: "A MASTER."   Master "what," I wonder.... (Insert easy joke here.)

Overheard on the street....  A 20-something girl and guy are walking down the street.  The girl is obviously midstory and is yelling: "So they all hated me! All of them! They all hated me all the time!" The look on the guy's face she was with confirmed that her statement was mistakenly spoken in the past tense.

Overheard on the street.... Two gregarious girls sauntering down the street with a bag of booze.  The one girl is singing: "3 bottle of wine in the bag! 3 bottles of wine! Take them down and pass them around and then we're going to die!"  Not exactly Darwin's theory, but okay....

Overheard on the street.... Two guys  in suits walking briskly down the street and one says to the other: "...I mean if relationship stuff comes up, that's great, but I will only date strippers." Um... At least he's open to a relationship...?

Spoken to me on the street...  While walking my dog, a homeless guy says: "Hey beautiful lady, I'll walk your dog if you walk me."   No, thanks.  You're not my type.

Overheard in a restaurant....  A middle-aged man and woman sitting at a table, chatting over coffee about their lives.  She asks him about a job interview to which he responds: "Am I going to the job interview in Princeton? Of course not! It'll take DAYS to drive there. I mean Phili is 2 hours away."  I didn't realize there were 2 hours in a day.  Learn something new every day, or every 2 hours, depending on how you quantify it.

Overheard on the subway...  2 students sitting together: "Your sophomore year is about the time you realize you're not a freshman anymore." *facepalm*

Overheard on the street.... A very agitated man YELLING into his cell phone: "So you don't know if the movie is on Demand or not?!" Guy has his priorities apparently...

Encountered on the street...  was walking home from work when a guy got in my face and yelled his greeting at me: "HEY BLACK MAN!" I was tempted to yell back: "HEY WHITE GIRL!" but you know... that would be wrong.

Overheard in a restaurant... A man and woman eating dinner, the man is talking about his new cell phone: "I got Google Maps but I don't know how to use Google Maps. I need a 12-year-old to teach me how to use the Google Maps."  He should carpool with the guy who thinks it takes a day to get to Princeton.

And finally..... I overheard this one this summer with my friend, Julia.  NOTE: It's not nice.  It's not PC.  It's not clean.  BUT it's so hilarious.  We doubled over laughing for about 10 minutes.  We just couldn't contain ourselves.  So please read with caution and remember, like a 2-year-old, I'm just repeating what I heard an adult say....

Overheard on the street....  A large African-American guy is standing in front of a movie theatre, nonchalantly going over the listings to his friend on the other end of his cell phone, "The Blindside: you know the one where the Sandra Bullock plays the benevolent white cunt who saves the retard."

You.  Are.  Welcome.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

I Should Open My Own Mall...

And here's another store!

Zazzle has ornaments and postage to compliment the items available on my holiday store on Cafe Press!  

So let's review:

Homemade Original Holiday Cards can be ordered/viewed HERE.

Cafe Press Holiday Store is HERE.

Zazzle Holiday Store is HERE.


Monday, November 29, 2010

Happy Holidays!

"Mail your packages early so the Post Office can lose them by Christmas."
-- Johnny Carson

For those of you who have been reading my blog for years, you know a few things about me:

*  I like tea, hoodies, dogs and Project Runway (the Bravo years)
*  I used to be a reality show writer/producer but then had what can best be described as a "complete mental breakdown brought on by a fit of good taste" and left the industry all together.
*  I really like to paint and create things that delight me and make me say, "Squeeee!"
*  I tend to overuse the word, "Squeeee!"

In the past few years I've tackled painting as aggressively as one can who still needs a day job to pay rent.  (STUPID RENT!)  My latest venture is creating art through the medium of stamping.  (Not postage stamps.  Stampy stamps.)  I admit, I really like it!

If you've been living under a rock, you missed that I am making HANDMADE stamped holiday cards!  You can see the blog here with the descriptions and an order form located at the bottom of the entry.  My LATEST venture was to turn my favorite holiday stamp prints into items available on my CafePress Store!

Perfect for coal!

There are mugs, ornaments, coasters, magnets, stockings (as in Christmas, not as in No Nonsense), baby bibs, baby hoodies, baby hats, aprons and postcards.  Lots of different prints too!

The yellow ones don't stop.
Not even for tea.


A winter wonderland ornament!

A much better option than a fully bunny outfit,
ala Christmas Story.
Baby hat!  One size fits all!
(I bet it would even fit my tiny melon...)

This is just a small sampling - lots of products with different designs!  Please enjoy my Cafe Press Store this Cyber Monday and help keep this artistic biddy artistic.  If I have to go back to reality television, I will blame you.  (I'm not petty....)


Tuesday, November 9, 2010

UPDATED: Holiday Cards!

I love making many things.  Like making jokes, making cereal, and making noise.  (Not necessarily in that order, however.)  But my favorite thing to make is art, in whatever form it happens to appear in my life.  Mostly, it's been in the form of paintings, but today, it's HOLIDAY CARDS!

Take THAT, Hallmark!
I've been collecting "holiday" stamps along the way this season and have made these holiday card prototypes.  That's right, these babies are for sale!  And in plenty of time for the holidays.  ALL are handmade by me, so each will be unique.  Also all will be dated with the year and signed by me on the back.  

PLEASE NOTE: As these are prototypes, (meaning I made them on my floor just now), they are not perfect.  All purchased cards will not have smudges.  Scout's honor.  (PS - I was kicked out of Girl Scouts.  Just saying...)

UPDATE 11/15/10 - NEW CARD - Seasons Greetings Penguins!

I like penguins.  And so do my readers!
Lots of requests for a penguin card.
The inside is "Seasons Greetings" in red ink.

And here's what a bundled pack of 10 cards looks like - all ready to ship!

I FINALLY have an excuse to buy ribbon.  FINALLY.
And here are the 5 originally posted cards in detail:

NEW YORK CITY - Holiday Card:

EXACTLY what NYC is like during the holidays.
Except the cabs aren't so orderly.
Inside NYC card

EVERGREENS - Holiday card:

I love Evergreens!  Even when it's summer these
trees still say "holidays" to me.

Inside Evergreens holiday card

CHRISTMAS TREE - Christmas card:

Only one present.  It is a recession, you know...

Inside Christmas Tree card

PEACEFUL WOODS - Holiday Card:

The Peace Dove is flying south for the winter.
Inside Peaceful Woods card

REINDEER - Christmas / Holiday Card:

When I was a kid, I got reindeer and moose mixed up.
I'm happy to report that I'm better now.
Inside Reindeer card
Cards are 10 for $20 (plus shipping).  YOU CAN ORDER ANY COMBINATION OF THESE CARDS THAT YOU WANT!  All of just one card?  Sure!  3 of 1, 3 of another and 4 of another?  Yeppers.  

If you buy 10 for $20, your second batch is 10 for $15 
and your third and subsequent orders are 10 for $10!

ALL orders can be placed through this order form (WHICH IS NOW CLOSED).  
(All email address will remain private - no spam here!)

Payments will be made through PayPal.  I will start production on your order only after I receive the money via PayPal.  

I will also entertain special orders - if you'd like to swap "insides" of cards out for another one you see, totes fine.  Just let me know.

THANK YOU in advance for ordering!  If you don't order any, then whatevers.  We're still cool, but you WILL get a holiday lump of coal in your email stocking from a grumpy biddy...

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Sometimes I have to brag...

If you've been reading my blog for a long time you know that my family is very dear to me.  Well sometimes I just have to brag about them because they are just SO amazing not only as people, but as TALENTED people.  My brother-in-law, Sam O'Hare, is the creator of two amazing short films that utilize the "tilt shift" technique.  Please take a few minutes to watch his latest short film, Coachelletta, his view of Coachella from this past spring.

And if you like that (which you surely did), please watch his first film, The Sandpit, which has gone on to win awards and will be screened at AFI in LA next month:

You can read more about Sam's process on The Sandpit and Coachelletta on his director rep's blog.


Monday, September 20, 2010

There Goes My Free Time... - Depression struck as she realized the new season of TV was starting soon and all her free time would go away.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

RIP Project Runway Blog...

It is with great sadness that we inform you that the Project Runway portion of The New Old Biddy's blog has passed away.  It lived a good life for many seasons up until the end.  

However, please join us on the discussion page where Project Runway continues to live and thrive.  Also make sure to check out Blogging Project Runway for all your blog fixes.  (It's okay, The New Old Biddy's Project Runway blog would want you to continue to live your life.)

The New Old Biddy was overheard telling officials earlier today, "I'm very sorry for not being able to keep this aspect of my blog alive, but life changes, and my blog needs to reflect that.  Now please respect my need for privacy as I grieve for my loss."

In lieu of flowers, please send comments of condolence below.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Robots - Episode 4 is up!

YAY!  Finally, a new Robots episode.  Enjoy episode #4: "Bellybutton."  Or don't.  I don't care.  It's your life.  (Actually, I do care.  Don't listen to me.  Or do.  It's your life.)

Sunday, August 15, 2010

A Delay...

Readers, gather 'round!

Due to life, work, work, life and work, my Project Runway blog will be delayed this week.  I KNOW!  This angers you.  It angers me too, but I can't pay my rent with smiles, so work I must.  

"Make it work, Biddy.
I can't wait to hear what you have to say about my wooly balls."

In the meantime, do head over to Blogging Project Runway to read other fans' recaps!  So many points of view on things and different styles of humor.  GO GO GO!

Monday, August 9, 2010

Project Runway - Season 8 - Episode 2 - "Dire Straight(s)"

Last week: Guess what, designers, you're still auditioning, the show hasn't officially started yet even though its on the air!  With just 5 hours and a piece of clothing from a fellow designer's suitcase, Gretchen walks away with the first (non) win and McKell is (non) auf'd for knowing how to sew, but choosing an ugly purse.  Yep, that seems fair.

Anybody else think this year the show should be called "Project Styling" because none of the judges seem concerned with the doofus (Jason) who can't freakin' sew.


Hello, readers!  Welcome to my thoughts on Episode 2: Electric Boogaloo.

First up, biddy needs to rant: Oh hooray, another 90 minute episode.  90 minutes.  9.0.  Holy thimbles, this is a long show.  Look, I get why they made the show longer, we all complained last season that we weren't seeing enough story in the workroom and that the final runway show went by way too fast at the end of every episode.  I get it.  I also get that Models of the Runway had its problems and needed to go as its own show.  HOWEVER, I miss knowing the models.  I miss their behind the scene stories on the designers and their wispy opinions of the clothes they wear and if their Piperlime accessories were thoughtfully chosen or not.   They added color to the workroom and let us know some behind the scenes stuff about the designers.  Now that they are back to being walking mannequins, their silence is deafening.

Still ranting, Part 2: , I was talking to a fellow PR watcher/sufferer from LA Friday night and he had the observation: "Did you notice that the show open has Heidi saying, 'For these 17 designers...'  I thought the first episode didn't 'count' so isn't it 16 designers?"  And right you are, sir.  McKell was apparently not even part of Season 8, even though she was in the (non) show opener of Season 8.  (Maybe it was all just a dream?  Were we all incepted??) So with that logic, the show open should say 16 designers, not 17.  (Although, all 17 stand behind Heidi as she says this... yes, I counted.)  Yes?  No?  I dunno.  Either way, the Producers biffed the logic of what was going on in the first episode if I have to dedicate an entire paragraph which could have been summed up with the statement: "Say wha--?" followed by some uncontrolled drooling and rolling around on the floor while chirping like a dolphin.  (What?  You don't do that?)

Hmph.  Onwards.

The show opens as the designers wake up in the Atlas apartments.  (Nobody is making bacon without their shirt on, I'd like to note.)  April calls Peach her "surrogate mother."  Um....  yeah?  She's gestationally carrying you right now?  Yeah?  A'ight.  I'd use the word "adoptive" or "proxy" but that's just me.  Meanwhile in the boys' room,  Nicholas points out that Andy South has an air brush for his make-up application, and Mondo sulks in the bathroom about not making friends.  Wheeeeeeeee.

Time to head out and get their challenge!

Up on the roof, the designers ponder when the Producers
gave up on originally locations for issuing challenges.

UGH!  Really?  Episode 2 and we're on a roof?  Shiz!  Okay, keep it together, Biddy, maybe they are going to get a relevant challenge that has to do with being on a roof.  Like, "be inspired by the skyline of NYC" or "the sky is your inspiration" or "if a roof was a dress, what would that look like?" kind of thing.  Or... design a look for the typical Marie Claire woman.  Gack.

Tim: "I assert that the editor from Marie Claire wearing high waisted Mom capris."
Heidi: "Yeah and I'm wearing leggings.  Deal with it, old man."

The winner will have their look put on a billboard in Times Square.  Okay, not a bad win at all, however, having just walked through Times Square last night, (THANKS, MTA for your f'ed up weekend schedule!) I can tell you that I was too busy fighting tourists to notice anything on a billboard, much less anything above knee level.

Back to Parsons to sketch...

Mondo wishes he had a Wonder Twin 
so he could activate his superhero cuff.

Michael D: "I read it for the articles.  I swear."

Jason pretends to sketch when really he's drawing up a plan
to steal Mondo and Michael's hats, because there can only be ONE hat guy.

During Tim Gunn's critique, Jason shows just really how much of an ass-clown he is.  He's just a douche.  There, I said it.  He doesn't care about anybody's opinion other than his (misguided) own and is so arrogant and entitled that he makes Paris Hilton look like a peg-legged beggar in Calcutta.  I don't like him.  Nope.  Not at all.

At this point Tim tells the designers about a second element to their challenge.  (But he doesn't say  "Designers, gather 'round," which made me sad.)  He tells them that they will have a photo shoot before the runway.  Jason gets his straight wad all in a tizzy about not having enough time to finish his look and I swear he really thinks he's the only person in this competition.

Back to sewing....

April: "How's it going, Gestational Mom?"
Peach: "I'm going to buy you a dictionary for Christmas."

Sarah and Kristin marvel at how they are photo negatives of each other.
They also marvel at how little air time they have received.

Models come in for their fittings and Casanova bothers everyone by asking for their opinions.  Peach is on outfit number 393043843.  Let's gestate some confidence, lady!

Mondo continues to weave a cocoon of solitude around himself and then tells us that it's his talent that curses him socially.  Um... everyone else in the room with talent (sans Jason) is able to make friends, Mondo.  Just say, "hi," to someone.  I swear it'll be okay.

Nicholas complains that his model has big boobs.  SHUT UP.  I'm just so over designers complaining about models having ANY body fat.  SHUT. UP.  It's Season 8.  Find something new to complain about!  (So that I may also find something new to complain about...)

Back at Atlas, HOW do the designers have time to chat and drink wine when they have to get up in like 4 hours?  HOW?  Oh I'm old.  That little sleep would kill me.

DAY #2!  Time for the photoshoot and then the runway!

"I love how these lobster trap shoes make my legs look so thick!"




LOVE this look and LOVE this model.  Great pose and great runway walk and she OWNS this outfit.  Oh it doesn't hurt that Mr. Hotness made this outfit either.  LOVE LOVE LOVE.  Love fest for the Biddy.  Mwah!

MICHAEL C (without the hat): 

Tim Gunn called this matronly, but I sorta like it.  It's super short which is anything but matronly.  I think it has a soft sophistication as well as youthfulness.  I like but could never wear it for fear of the Age Appropriate Police taking me away...


So the Marie Claire woman wants to be a bumblebee?  Bleh.  And let's talk make-up for a second since styling is so important (all of a sudden) this year.  BOOO!  Too dark!  And too many necklaces!  BOO!  And the weird boxiness around the belt is awkward, but AJ saw that on the runway and noted that it looked like she was impregnated by an alien. I like AJ, I feel like he has a critical eye and can see that his design has flaws, which means he'll only keep getting better.

MICHAEL D (wears a hat):

Interesting.  Sewn well, looks good, until she turns around...

<------------- WOW that is short: "I see London, I see France, I don't think she's wearing underpants."


Zzzzzzzzz.  Boring.  BUT, if I were in the bottom in the first episode, I'd probably go super safe in the next.  So I get it.  Come on, Ivy!  Show us what you got!


No.  I don't like it.  The seems look puckered, the edging is odd and the skirt looks off center.  BUT I do like the matching purse she made to go with it.  THAT is awesome and is probably what saved the outfit since she thought about styling and went the extra distance.


I kinda like this.  The pants I would never wear, but the look nice on a stick thin model.  (Also, there's no crazy crotch!  HUZZAH!)  I love these colors together and I LOVE that the model is smiling!  (Sarah's model above could take a lesson and loosen up on that SCOWL.)  The blouse is interesting as you can wear it sleeveless (runway) or with sleeves (photograph).  Nice - I like a lot! 


If I were a 25-year-old Mother Of the Bride, this would be perfect.  But I'm not, and NOBODY SHOULD BE, so this is just a well done matronly miss.


Meh.  The side/hem looks like a mistake and the ruffle looks old and stuffy.  But there are way worse designs, so this is safe.  Which we already knew since I'm sure most of you are saying, "Wait, to the F is Kristin, again? Is she still on the show?"  Yeah...


OKAY - were the designers only allowed gray, purple, black or yellow in this challenge???  What's up with the color choices??

This look is way boring because I find the model boring.  She looks the same in her pic as she does on the runway.  I don't like the big bun on top and the top of the dress is just too fussy.  Not something I'd go for.


GRETCHEN - again!

This outfit looks better in the photo shoot than the runway.  Straight on she's got battle ship hips.  I think this look won because the model is so strong in her photograph.

It's a love fest for Gretchen.  They love it all.  Heidi of course loves that you can unzip the front to show off the boobs.  Oh Heidi, a boob girl to the end.

TOP 2:


LOVE.  Simple, yet innovative and the color is bold and awesome.  Also, this model is fabulous.  The pic is great and she rocks the runway.  The pleating details are amazing.  Tailored beautifully.  LOVE.  In my opinion, this should have WON.

Valerie explains that she wanted simple, NY and elegant.  Nailed it!  The judges love the dress and agree that it will look sensational on a billboard.


Huh.  LOVE the photography but the overall look is WAY too busy for my taste.  And is that a piece of Peach's dress in her front ruffle??  

Mondo based his look upon the opening credits of Mary Tyler Moore which speaks to the editor of Marie Claire because that show inspired her to move to the US.  They love the energy and bounce of the whole look and the graphic texture.  

I have to be honest, it looks like cheap Forever 21 to me.  I'm I wrong?

"I don't need your approval, you dumb Biddy,
as the judges like me.  They really like me.
Despite these glasses, they like me."



First, this model is as dull as a tire with a slow leak.  She gave Peach NOTHING during the photo shoot and she's pretty bland on the runway, which doens't help Peach as she needs a kick ass model who can own the look and sell it as well.  This model merely wears it.  Not good enough.

Peach likes polka dots as they say "youth" to her.  Heidi lets her know that she has completely missed the mark on the Marie Claire woman by saying: "This looks like ladies at lunch."  Kors calls it an Amish cocktail dress.  

But let's chat about the back of the dress:

The editor for Marie Claire said it looks like there's an animal slithering down her back.  Poor Peach.  She thinks this is the best part of the dress!  

I gotta lay it down: I love Peach.  I want Peach to go far in this competition.  BUT in the words of Sir Gunn, "I'm worried."


JASON - YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!


SO GLAD HE'S GONE.  He yaks about how this dress has the infinity symbol in it but all I see is a hot mess.  Styling is terrible, fit is terrible and her BELLY BUTTON is showing through the safety pins in the photograph.  

The judges are just baffled: this would look like crap on a billboard and nobody that reads Marie Claire would wear this look, unless they are homeless and found the issue in a dumpster.  THIS IS TERRIBLE.  Kors likens it to a satin bedspread or a "walk of shame" dress.  (I always pack a separate shitty dress to walk home in, how smart Kors...)  The judges continue to just degrade Jason and the dress but Jason is impervious and tells them that this is "him for Marie Claire."  Dumb bunny.  He then starts tugging on the dress and Heidi asks: "What are you doing now?  Showing us her underwear?"  

My guess - Jason was brought on the show for his character, not his sewing skills.  And now he's gone.  He's so gone that he didn't wait for Tim Gunn to tell him to clean up his work space, he just bolted.

I really wish there was a soundbite or two or twelve from his poor model.  She rolled her eyes and looked SOOOO uncomfortable.  I'd have loved to hear what she had to say!

BUT WAIT ... also auf'd is NICHOLAS!!!  What?!  Heidi said: "ONE OF YOU WILL BE OUT."   Not two!!!


But I like Nicolas!  Yeah, this outfit is weird and the hole in the back is odd... BUT AT LEAST BOYFRIEND CAN SEW and has never resorted to staples and safety pins. I think eliminating him in the same round as Jason is really a slap in the face to Nicholas.  Sigh...

The judges hate it.  It's too much, the skirt is weird, the cape is ugly and the aforementioned hole in the back is... odd.

YIPES.  I agree. BAD.  But for some reason, I don't think Nicholas should be going home this challenge.  He's just nowhere near as bad as Jason was.

I felt AWFUL for Nicholas started to cry.  AWFUL.  He was so sweet and I like him.  That was just sad and a little heartstring pulling.  Whah.

Later on... Gretchen gets to see her photo shoot which IS NOT with her model but with a professional model named Coco Rocha.  (Boy, that's gotta sting her model who won it for her on the runway!)

"Suck it."

And then... does this look like a billboard or a banner wrapped around a lonely building?

Where's Ryan Seacrest and the New Year's Ball?
Where's the M&M store?  WHERE IS TIMES SQUARE?!


That's all for this week... next week looks CRAZY.  Unconventional item challenge!  Designer strife!  And ... who leaves via ambulance?!?



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