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Vena Cava and Project Runway; Your Retail Road to Reality Stardom

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MEPA AND THE UPPER WEST SIDE—Over at Racked National, the runway show recaps are coming fast and furious. Vena Cava (pictured above) showed an '80s-art–inspired collection featuring models in TenOverSix clog platforms marching around oversized sculptures. Meanwhile, the Project Runway team put on a show that exactly echoed last year's—in a good way! [Racked National]

MANHATTAN—Remember when the Kardashians were shopping around for a Meatpacking District retail space? Well, now the producers of their show are looking for employees for a "hot and trendy new women’s clothing store" who don't mind appearing on reality TV. They don't specifically say that you'd be working for Kourtney and Khloe's boutique Dash, but it sounds like a good bet. Check out the full casting call after the jump. [Previously; Racked Inbox]

Bunim/Murray Productions, producers of “The Real World” and “Keeping up with the Kardashians,” are casting for employees at a Manhattan clothing boutique!
A hot and trendy new women’s clothing store is about to open in NYC and we’re looking for stylish full-time employees with a passion for retail. The store will be featured on a reality TV show, so applicants should not be camera shy!! Retail experience is preferred but not required – if you’re a dedicated worker don’t hesitate to apply. If you are currently looking for a full-time job in retail and are outgoing enough to be a part of a reality show, please contact our team at: NYCRetailCasting@gmail.com or visit www.bunim-murray.com.
Make sure to include your name, age, contact info *including phone number*, a brief paragraph explaining your interest, work history, and describing your personality, and attach a recent photo. Our casting team will follow up with you!
A few notes about our search:
- you must be able to work full time beginning October 1, 2010
- this is not an acting job – you’re being yourself? just on camera!
- you must be age 18 or over
- both male and female applicants are eligible

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