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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Runway gossip

Posted By on Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 3:24 PM

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Word around the Little Rock fashion community is that Tim Gunn was in town earlier this week to check on Korto Momolu, leading to speculation that she's made the final  cut on "Project Runway," which airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Bravo. Momolu's also said to be steadily buying fabric, which might suggest that she's working on a collection for Fashion Week in New York, Sept. 5-12, where the final three contestants face off. Or she could simply be readying a new collection for the fashion show at Hillcrest HarvestFest, in which she’s committed to participating.

Maybe another clue for tonight's episode: There's a watch party tonight at Creegen's. Last time the Irish pub hosted, Momolu won that night's challenge. Might she go two for two?

HarvestFest is Saturday, Sept. 27. I've been roped into emceeing even though I sound kind of like Steven Wright.

Here's the line-up:

3 p.m.: The Salty Dogs
4 p.m.: Rob and Tyndall
5 p.m.: Kevin Kerby
6 p.m.: The Boondogs
7 p.m.: Fashion show (thankfully, I'm not emceeing it)
8 p.m.: Kyoto Boom
9 p.m.: Winston Family Orchestra

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