Low Fashion At Top Model Launch

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The launch party for America's Next Top Model at NYC's Gotham Hall brought together Top Models past and future to demonstrate that moddles can dress just as appallingly as everyone else.

















The Good:

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All things being relative, Yohanna House's slightly frumpy but basically pretty frock scores a home run!


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By the same token, Daniella Jannetta Eavans' (okay, slightly too short) basics get a pass!




The Bad:

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Mrs. Roper called. She wants her housecoat back.


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Jael Strauss. Moving on!


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Saleisha Stowers demonstrates how the bandage dress can go horribly awry.


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People have been bemoaning fashion's conservatism lately. Jaslene Gonzalez's duster is not the antidote anyone has in mind.


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Why Rebecca Epley felt compelled to stick a swath of horsehair on her dress? The world may never know.


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Dawn Richard can foot the bills for our retina damage.

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That bandage dress Saleisha is wearing? Was worn (in its hot pink/black version) by the 14 year old daughter of one of those desperate women on Real Housewives - OC (the new one, the brunette who is crazy scared of her own age) to her sister's birthday luncheon. She met up with her "boyfriend" in the parking lot of the restaurant and became upset when he said she looked like a hooker. Which she did. I mean, really, really did. And then the mom got offended because it was her dress, and she continues to claim it is a "classy" dress.

Dear OC Youth-Obsessed Mom:

NOT a classy dress. Especially on your 14 year old. So stop it, ok?

Thanks,

The World.