Lauren Conrad must be really feeling that no one remembers her anymore. She won't stop talking about this new MTV reality show.
Conrad said that the new show will be filmed more like a documentary. “The Hills was shot with three or four cameras; things like entrances and exits were reshot; and if there were sound issues, we were asked to repeat what we just said,” Conrad told Teen Vogue in her cover story. “This show is going to have a smaller crew, and they’ll just be following us around. It’s going to have a rougher feel, but I think the end result is going to be more true.”
The new show's inspiration claims it will be The September Issue, focusing more on the new line, Paper Crown (don't get me started on that name). The collection will be about “really great fits, fabrics, and details. It won’t be overly trendy—nothing that’s trying too hard.”
Whatever Lauren. Isn't it time for you to pretend to work at Elle or People's Revolution or Diane von Furstenberg or wherever it is you do your pretend work?
Article Source: fashionista.com
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