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Olivier Wants to Glue His Dress to the Model on 'Project Runway' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 2nd 2011 2:30AM
'Project Runway'We're certainly not designers, but even we could have guessed that gluing a dress to your model is never a good idea. Olivier was running out of time and was concerned the top of his dress would fall down, so he came up with this brilliant idea on 'Project Runway' (Thu., 9PM ET on Lifetime).

!!SPOILER ALERT!!

Luckily, Tim Gunn caught wind of it before he had completely slathered the model's chest with glue. He showed up to advise Olivier that this is clearly against the rules. The clothing must stay up of its own accord, which you would think is kind of obvious.

We've never bought a dress off the rack that came with a bottle of glue to make sure it stays where it's supposed to on your body. Who even heard of such a thing? But Olivier was desperate and clearly hoping he could just get away with it maybe this once.

For his sad design, which actually did manage to hold itself together, Olivier earned a spot in the bottom two, but thanks to the return last week of Josh C. (after Cecilia quit), the show just took the opportunity to correct his being there and eliminated him again.

Now somebody hide all the glue guns before Olivier starts running out of time next week. If not for him, do it for the models!

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kthrnrm

Ya like the fashion industry hasn't been gluing and taping clothes to models body's for years!!! It's done everyday on the runway and in photo shoots. I know, I modeled for years and believe me duct tape and glue were in everyone's make up bag.

September 04 2011 at 2:11 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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September 03 2011 at 5:14 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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