Thursday, May 30, 2019

Kansas City Fashion Show Late Night

Kansas City Public Television TOTALLY MISUNDERSTAND THEIR AUDIENCE to our benefit this evening.

Rather than political chatter, tonight viewers like you along with government funding and donations from left-wing billionaires bring us insight about the local lives of fashionistas.

Nearly as captivating as Katy Perry showing her fashion booty. Here's a glimpse at the fashion scene from a safe distance as these locals attempt to craft themselves a ticket out of this town and on to fame and fortune.


"A historical and observational documentary about Kansas City’s fashion industry. Through multimedia stories about fashion show producers, designers, models and historians, Kansas City PBS’ “Walk, Turn, Walk” is a comprehensive and thrilling peek behind the scenes of Kansas City’s premier fashion event, Kansas City Fashion Week. From the background of the event to one designer’s process of creating her fall/winter collection for Fashion Week, “Walk, Turn, Walk” introduces audiences to the stunning world that is the business of style. The documentary looks back at Kansas City’s vibrant fashion history as one of the nation’s leading garment manufacturers during a time in which 1 out of every 7 American women wore clothing manufactured in Kansas City."

Take a look:

Hopefully, more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!


Anonymous said...

Not bad toilet content. Certainly just as entertaining as the late night comedians and their material written by the DNC.

AWH said...

^^^ Give it a rest. No use taking out your anger on Kansas City fashion victims. They're going to have a hard enough time of it when they get to a bigger city and find out they've been working on trends that were over 5 years ago.

Jazzbo said...

Actually, this was a nice change of pace. All politics all the time can be boring, it's nice to see people living their lives without having to get into a Twitter debate.

Anonymous said...

That clip of the harlot was completely awful, the kc "movie" wasn't much better. No more like this, please.

Unknown said...

Ahh, the gathering place for the over-inflated egos of the pretentious.