A few days ago, we got mildly drunk with someone working on the set of Fashionista, the ELLE television show where someone gets an eventual job assisting Joe Zee. Here's what they said: The show's contestants would never normally get an interview, much less a job, at a high-end fashion magazine. "They're smart, most of them, but their style is really poor, at least so far. They dress like what they see magazine editors in movies wear, not what you guys actually wear. The producers are calling them 'Twenty percents,' like, they have 20% of the skills necessary to work at a magazine right now... but they're counting on them to grow." The show's guest stars are quite high profile. "You would flip. I've actually heard of the celebrities and designers doing episodes. So in that regard, it will be better than Top Model." The executive producers threaten the staff and contestants on pretty much a daily basis. "They tell us and the contestants like every second that everything is top secret. Right after we signed the paperwork, the executive producers said, 'On the floor of this building right below us, we have an entire floor of lawyers. If any of you leak any information, we will sue you for $55 million.'" Obviously, no amount of money will keep our sources from talking, or keep us from reporting the continued silliness of this show. Stay tuned!
A few days ago, we got mildly drunk with someone working on the set of Fashionista, the ELLE television show where someone gets an eventual job assi