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Cyndi Lauper Explains Her Style — Video – Hollywood Life


Cyndi Lauper goes to spice issues up on ‘Project Runway.’ In this EXCLUSIVE preview of the brand new episode, Cyndi provides some thrilling perception into her iconic type to the contestants.

The contestants simply need to have enjoyable! The visitor decide for the Jan. 9 episode of Project Runway is the one and solely Cyndi Lauper. The singing icon’s type goes to be the inspiration for the brand new problem. The contestants are thrilled. “She was comfortable enough in her own skin to wear outrageous and daring pieces that brought the subculture to the mainstream,” host Karlie Kloss explains within the sneak peek.

Cyndi opens up about how she achieved such a enjoyable and edgy type. “I worked in a vintage clothing store and I felt comfortable enough in my own skin to create a look that was unique,” Cyndi says. “And the music also empowered me. I actually would add tulling onto things because I always felt I’m too small and when I went on stage I wanted to be bigger. I wanted bigger hair.”

Geoffrey Mac tells Cyndi that she’s had a “huge influence” in his life. “You’re the first person to have a really good time in an outfit, as far as I’m concerned,” Geoffrey says. He’s additionally dressed as Cyndi in drag various occasions. “I am a girl that likes to have fun sometimes,” Geoffrey quips.

The Jan. 9 episode will function the designers being break up into two groups they usually should create cohesive mini-collections. They must collaborate to pay homage to Cyndi’s 80’s trend trailblazing that introduced underground punk into the popular culture whereas nonetheless giving the appears a completely superior fashionable take. But that’s not all. Christian Siriano throws out a mid-challenge twist that modifications the whole lot. Project Runway airs Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. on Bravo.


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