Misses USA and Universe Want Your Business CardSaturday was paradise for anyone fond of watching reality-TV shows in which regular (yet good-looking and tall) people are magically transformed into models. First, former Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency model Chris Jones appeared in oatmeal-colored Hammer pants at United Bamboo, then Niki Taylor showed up at Alexandre Herchcovitch with the entire cast of Make Me a Supermodel, albeit sans Tyson Beckford.
show & tell
The Very Special Section C at Sass & BideSass & Bide seated The Cut in Section C, Row 3 for their 7 p.m. show in the tents. Which really shouldn’t matter much to you, but we make note of it because every seat in the first three rows of Section C were reserved for the show’s sponsor: Make Me a Supermodel. That’s a total of 48 seats. For Make Me a Supermodel.