Goodnight Fashionista Diaries

I have no idea how into these shows real people get, but if we weren’t working for the show, our obsession would be doctor-visit-worthy. And for the loggers, it’s a real reality show, we’re watching every second of every hour of footage, 1/180th of which YOU will see.

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Well, another one down. First 2007’s Paradise City which you all…oh wait, you didn’t? Well anyway, I finished up my second logging job on my second reality show and I’m always happy for a break from that, though I must say it is just a damned interesting thing to do every now and then. I was submerged into the world of fashion for three months a I was submerged previously into the Las Vegas club scene. These are two places I will likely never actually get in life. So you spend eight hours a day in this world and then it’s gone, back to your own reality. All of the workers on these shows…

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Well, another one down. First 2007’s Paradise City which you all…oh wait, you didn’t? Well anyway, I finished up my second logging job on my second reality show and I’m always happy for a break from that, though I must say it is just a damned interesting thing to do every now and then. I was submerged into the world of fashion for three months a I was submerged previously into the Las Vegas club scene. These are two places I will likely never actually get in life. So you spend eight hours a day in this world and then it’s gone, back to your own reality.

All of the workers on these shows get way into them, we all call each other over when Rachel does something particularly “Rachel” and so on for the rest of the cast. I have no idea how into these shows real people get, but if we weren’t working for the show, our obsession would be doctor-visit-worthy. And for the loggers, it’s a real reality show, we’re watching every second of every hour of footage, 1/180th of which YOU will see.

My favorite part was actually the last day as I got to watch the entire leadup-to and show for Anaconda’s J-Lo’s new line. All the makeup and the hair and the set design, it’s like they were building a ship. And then the actual show was just amazingly well produced on all ends, I hope some of it airs, but nothing beats watching in real time. Oh, and my respect for J-Lo went up a notch, or maybe the phrase is “started to exist.” I guess it’s traditional for the designer to come out and bow at the end, but J-Lo comes out, bows, then takes full walk and strut down the runway, ending with the little hands-on-the-hip and head-snap move that models do. Maybe it was vein, but I thought it was cool. Oh and I’m gay.

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