Sunday, September 26, 2010

Michael Kors Similes

Episode 9 (Race to the Finish)
A Michael Kors first this season...he used a simile as a compliment!!!

"I think the back is really kind of dreamy. I think it looks a little like a Kentucky Derby horse ribbon exploded."

I know I used this picture before but I like it:

Did anyone else think Mondo's Kentucky Derby horse ribbon dress looked like something Jeffrey Sebelia would make?

Here are the insult similes and metaphor:

"I think they look like bridesmaids under the sea."

"And then to style her like Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With the Wind...I mean, could you turn around please? Hello! I mean she's got ALL the curtains from Tara ripped off the wall and put into the one dress!"
(By the way, Gone With the Wind is a banned book and one of my favorites if you're still looking for an awesome banned book to read this week. And if you can read it in one week I bow to you.)

"It looked like she was dragging a bolt of fabric behind her."

And my favorite quote of the episode comes from Michael Kors:
I think it's an unbelievably tight race for hideous today.

P.S. That's Beau in the top photo and it was taken by Marie-Lynn Hammond.


Linda said...

When I hear "Gone with the Wind", I think of a terrible thing I did about 44 years ago....I thought I "checked out" the book from my high school library but as it turned out, it didn't actually get written down (the old days of library usage)and so I made the decision to just keep it since it was not only my favorite book, but my favorite movie, favorite actors at the time--pre Paul Newman--(Vivian Leigh, Olivia DeHavilland, Clark Gable and Leslie Howard)so I coveted that book and still have it. I should do something nice for that high school library but I probably never will though I have done nice things for other libraries!! Does that count?

Captain Nick Sparrow said...

At least it went to a good home! (Now I know where Corey gets it!)
I love that book.

I think since you've done nice things for other libraries you have a clean slate.