GET READY FOR SHOES AND SHOWDOWNS THIS WEEK ON BRAVO
"The Real Housewives Of New York City: The Lost Footage" Airs Thursday, May 28 At 9 PM Et/Pt
Manolo Blahnik USA President George Malkemus Joins "The Fashion Show" As Guest Judge On Thursday, May 28 At 10 PM Et/Pt
NEW YORK - May 26, 2009 - Bravo gives fans an extra serving of their favorite Manhattan housewives with "The Real Housewives of New York City: The Lost Footage" airing on Thursday, May 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Check out never-before-seen clips from the dramatic second season, including Jill's mother's take on the Page Six debacle, Bethenny's trip to Fire Island, Ramona in a fashion show with her dog, and much more. Also tune in for extra scenes from the reunion special where the ladies confront their fashion highs and lows, and reveal who they would "vote off the island," Survivor-style.
In the fourth episode of "The Fashion Show," airing Thursday, May 28 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, shoes really are a girl's best friend. In the Harper's Bazaar mini-challenge, fashion and functionality unite with an eco-friendly challenge that asks the designers to create a new print for Olsenhaus pure vegan shoes.
The elimination challenge tackles a common problem women encounter - falling in love with a hot pair of shoes only to realize you have nothing to wear with them. The contestants are surprised with a trip to the international mecca of jaw-dropping shoes, the Bergdorf Goodman shoe salon. Each designer selects an avant-garde pair of high-end shoes, and must design the perfect complimentary outfit to be worn with their killer heels. George Malkemus, President of Manolo Blahnik USA joins Isaac Mizrahi, Kelly Rowland and Fern Mallis on the judges panel. The winning design will be available for purchase on BravoTV.com.
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