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Project Runway Mentor Tim Gunn Has Harsh Words for Hillary Clinton

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Sorry, Tim! We can't all have Heidi's style!

Tonight on Lifetime, the new season of Project Runway premieres. I can’t wait to see Heidi Klum, Nina Garcia, and Michael Kors judge the new designers.

Though my favorite from the show is mentor Tim Gunn and his “Make it work!” catchphrase.  I’d love to have him give me a style makeover.  He’d probably have some pretty harsh words for me and my love affair with yoga pants and flip flops.  Though, maybe he wouldn’t be quite as harsh about my style as he was about Hillary Clinton’s!

Tim Gunn was questioning why Hillary Clinton dresses in Jersey Shore style. “Why must she dress that way?” he asked host George Lopez. “I think she’s confused about her gender — all these big, baggy menswear tailored pantsuits.”

The audience laughed, thinking Tim was trying to be funny. But Tim Gunn doesn’t joke about fashion! “No, I’m really serious. (They’re) unflattering.”

George Lopez, in his typical style, tried to make a joke and ask Gunn how Hillary could hide her cankles. Gunn replied, “Well, if her pants didn’t stop an inch above her ankle, she could hide the cankle!”

Take a look at Hillary Clinton’s recent style and see if you agree with the Project Runway expert.

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  • Hillary Clinton 1 of 6
    Hillary Clinton
    Wearing just what Tim Gunn accused her of!
  • With Britain’s Foreign Secretary William Hague 2 of 6
    With Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague
    Same look here!
  • Hillary in Rome 3 of 6
    Hillary in Rome
    Another boxy suit.
  • Check Out the Pants 4 of 6
    Check Out the Pants
    Is that a flash of cankle?
  • Dressed Down 5 of 6
    Dressed Down
    Hillary visits daughter Chelsea, but still sports a similar look.
  • Like Mother, Like Daughter? 6 of 6
    Like Mother, Like Daughter?
    Chelsea wears a jacket like her mom's. What would Tim Gunn say?

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