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Project Runway Season 6 contestant Ra'mon Lawrence hosted some runway show/presentation morph at a club that no-one that actually lives in New York has ever been to. It's called Touch—and when you touched the bar, it lit up! That was cool. And that was about when "cool" ended for the evening. The show, which was dubbed as "stop by our presentation" kind of thing, started about 45 minutes late and two hours and 15 minutes after doors opened. Hey Ra'mon—you're not Marc Jacobs.
The clothes, or what we could see of them over the throngs of poly-blend-clad gawkers, were loudly-printed and brightly-colored casual separates with too-low crotches and varying degrees of embellishment in shiny (cheap?) fabrics for both guys and girls. You can buy stuff just like it at Express. No information on where or when one could find, expect or purchase these garments was provided—so just go to Express.
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