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The Cut Designers Run Their Own Clothing Boutique

July 12, 2005 11:01 PM by Joe Blackmon

"Grab People And Tell Them To Take Off All Their Clothes!" – The 11 remaining designers form two new teams to see which team has what it takes to design and manage their own clothing boutique, on THE CUT, Wednesday, July 13 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Tommy Hilfiger meets the designers at his flagship store in New York to assign their next challenge, which is to design merchandise and sell clothes in their very own downtown clothing stores.  The teams are tested on their design concept and execution, how well they market their inventory and their salesmanship.  Barneys New York’s creative designer Simon Doonan and actress Jamie-Lynn DiScala stop by each store – only to shock the designers when they appear at the Style Forum to reveal that they were there to do more than just shop.

Meanwhile, two designers are invited to attend the Sundance Film Festival to schmooze with the celebrities, but one fails the social challenge when his behavior embarrasses Tommy.

Felix Arguelles, 35, Los Angeles, Calif.
Jeff Berin, 42, Chicago, Ill.
Deanna Bonin, 23, Hollywood, Calif.
Chris Cortez, 26, Bridgeport, Conn.
Wes Davis, 25, New Orleans, La.
Jessica Dereschuk, 22, Stacey, Minn.
Vlada Drukh, 24, St. Louis, Mo.   Cut 6/16
Julie O’Connor, 37, St. Louis, Mo.
Elizabeth Saab, 30, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Amy Salinger, 26, Chicago, Ill.   Cut 6/9
Chris Sherrill, 25, Nashville, Tenn.   Cut 6/23
Shauna Storey, 39, New Orleans, La.
Rob Walker, 35, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Tommy Walton, 42, Chicago, Ill.
Princess Warren, 22, Philadelphia, Pa.
James Wolfe, 27, San Diego, Calif.

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4 Responses to “The Cut Designers Run Their Own Clothing Boutique”

  1. Marc B Says:
    July 14th, 2005 at 12:11 pm

    Felix should have gotten booted. He is super annoying, and should not have left his team in the lurch.

    The guy with the big hair was treated too harshly, although I do agree that store he ran looked like crap and had terrible customer service. I can’t believe they were just sitting around and when the customers walked in, and the clothes looked boring…

  2. See Thru Clothing Says:
    September 11th, 2005 at 9:35 am

    Partly Pink, Blue and See-Thru.

    New style is about fresh, new beginnings — a sort of chic new manner. that means a mixure of embellished styles, lighter textures and even see through clothing.

  3. fashiongirl Says:
    December 22nd, 2005 at 3:29 am

    For me Tommy Hillfiger is the best designer and I wish all those new emerging designers good luck. May they have more creativity in bringing out the latest fashion trends.

  4. Tommie Says:
    December 6th, 2006 at 1:02 pm

    Does anyone know if there is a DVD out on “The Cut”



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