Launch My Line, Season 1Closed Captioning
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Bravo's fashion-creative-competition series Launch My Line features 10 established fashion designers paired with 10 industry professionals, who are highly regarded in their own field of expertise, but have always dreamed of having their own clothing line. From stylists, music producers, and event planners to CEOs and choreographers, the innovators will work with the established designers to bring their vision to life and create a fashion line. In the end, one team will be declared the winner, and someone's clothing line will be launched. Acclaimed designers, twin brothers Dean and Dan Caten of DSQUARED2 join Launch My Line as hosts, and fashion notables Stefani Greenfield and Lisa Kline serve as judges. Each week the teams will be put to the test, as they have to rely on each other's expertise to get through the competition. Some teams form a natural connection, while others have instant tension — but at the end of every episode, a complete look from each team must walk the runway and be judged in front of a live studio audience.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoWhat's My Line?||Ten well-known professionals, who are highly regarded in their own field of expertise, are paired with ten established fashion experts. The ten teams are put to the test, as they have to rely on each other's expertise to produce a cohesive fashion line. For their first challenge, the teams must create a signature piece for their collection. While some teams hit it off from the start, other teams have to work hard not to hit each other. Tempers flare and the pressure is high as everyone wants to impress the judges and win this first challenge.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoFashion Forward||Designers are always a step ahead of the curve, and WGSN trend forecaster Sally Lohan stops by to show the designers how trends are set and what will be popular for 2010. The designers are then taken to Venice Beach to seek inspiration for a daytime look using colors and silhouettes that will set the trends for the upcoming season. The pressure takes a toll on the contestants as one expert threatens to leave his/her partner and the competition.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoWalk On the Wild Side||The beauty found in nature is a huge source of inspiration for many designers. For their third challenge, the contestants get up close and personal with exotic animals to draw their inspiration for their next garment. While one designer must confront a phobia to complete the challenge, another team takes a walk on the wild side that might be too much of a risk. Who is spot on and who is fashion road-kill?||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoBare Minimum||A great designer understands the human body and treats it like a work of art. In the fourth episode of "Launch My Line" the designers are taken to an art gallery to look for inspiration to create asymmetrical eveningwear. But the remaining contestants are in for a surprise when they realize their inspiration is not from the art hanging on the walls, but from the nude models standing in front of them.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoWild Card||One of today's most fashion-forward pop stars, Lady Gaga, stops by to inspire the designers. The teams are asked to create an avant-garde outfit, but they must make sure they are pushing the boundaries of fashion without crossing the line of good taste. While the lines of fashion might not be crossed, the tension between some teammates gets intense and someone pushes their teammate to the edge.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoStressed Out||The perfect jean is not easy to come by - and the designers learn first hand just how difficult it is when they take a trip to a denim warehouse to learn fabric-distressing techniques. The teams are asked to make their own distressed garment to add to their line, but when the designers are asked to use their fellow competitors as inspiration, the truth comes out about how they feel about each other. With only five teams left the garments arent the only things getting "stressed."||44:06||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoI Want, I Need||The remaining designers are asked to create a three-piece outfit that would allow their target client to change her look for different events. With their baseline fabrics running out, the teams have to step up their game to make it into the final three.||44:06||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoFinale, Pt. 1||As the competition comes to an end, the designers realize putting a fashion line together is not as "glamorous" as it seems. For their last challenge, the remaining designers must create three new looks before showing their final 10-piece collection.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoFinale, Pt. 2||A major Grammy Award-winning entertainer stops by for a surprise visit and the designers are inspired to pull out all the stops to impress the judges. The remaining contestants show their full collections in the final fashion show and a winner is announced.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Not as good as Project Runway, but not horrible!
I actually enjoyed this show! I love love love fashion and I don't think you can have too many shows like this, cough cough! Sure Its not as good as the beloved Project Runway, but very entertaining. I think this show will be a fast hit.
Bravo really let me down on this one. I'm a huge fan when it comes to Top Chef and Project Runway, but this really doesn't do it for me. It seems like Bravo needed something to replace Project Runway and this was the best they could come up with. It's pretty dull and the hosts are way too scripted - almost robotic. They really don't help you get attatched to the contestents. There are too many rules and it gets too complicated to follow at times, as well as rushed. Definitely a waste of 45 minutes, no wonder it's free...