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December 4, 2007

Okay folks, we’re almost done. Nearly every piece is in place, and we’re on Page 72 of the manual for this creation. Welcome to the world of big-time fashion.

Who’s got the ivory chopsticks? Thanks. And the white plastic toilet chain? I need a dozen links.  You wanna hand me that carton of small fan blades? Lou, you got the blue eye paint?  Now, where’s that nose-doily?  

What’s that? The model is trying to say something. Your dandruff is back, and you really need to scratch your scalp? Sigh. Lou, you wanna hand me that ivory chopstick remover?  It’s the one with the green handle… 

fashion-white-300.jpgA model presents a creation by French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier as part of his Spring-Summer 2007 Haute Couture fashion collection in Paris, January 24, 2007. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

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With her plastic surgery being so recent, Sarah wasn’t sure she’d be able to make the event. Then, suddenly, she was able to devise a way to hide her nose job…

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The fashion industry is really cracking down on the models’ over-eating problems!

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Macaroni art taks on new heights.

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As she walked out
On the catwalk for Gaultier,

As she walked on the catwalk
for Galtier that day

She looked like a model
Wrapped up in white linen

Lace made with linen
Hot look, I must say.

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The designer’s reputation hangs by a thread.

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