07:43 PM EDT 11/27/2014
Originally posted 06/19/2012 11:45AM
Goalie Jonathan Quick helped his L.A. Kings hockey team win the Stanley Cup on June 11, but it was his 2-year-old daughter Madison Mychal who stole the spotlight at a press conference shortly thereafter.
"My first reaction was to look for my wife and ... get her help because she's probably a better parent than I am," Quick, 26, told PEOPLE with a laugh on Monday. "I think it was great just to have [Madison] be a part of it. As she's in the press conference running around, I think it's something fans don't get to see much of, especially from me."
A shy Quick, who calls himself "pretty mild-mannered when it comes to [my personal life]," says he was glad his daughter's moment allowed "fans to see a different side of me."
Originally posted 03/14/2012 09:30AM
Well, that was interesting.
NBC's much-anticipated Fashion Star premiered Tuesday night, and it's definitely the spectacle we were promised.
The show started with a racy dance number that led into the first runway presentation, featuring looks from two contestants. It continued this way, showcasing three signature pieces from each designer, leaving the decision of who would stay in the competition – and who would go home – to buyers from H&M, Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy's.
The main focus of Tuesday's premiere was the runway show. Mentors Jessica Simpson, Nicole Richie and John Varvatos had limited roles. There weren't many vignettes on the designers' back stories, and workroom drama was kept to a minimum.
Not that episode wasn't without any tension: Menswear designer Nicholas Bowes caused a bit of controversy when he dismissed Simpson and Richie's critiques of his trite motorcycle jackets and disjointed styling, saying he didn't value their opinions because they're women who design for other women.
Originally posted 02/25/2012 01:20PM
Fashion Star will be taking its style to the streets.
The NBC competition, which pits 14 unknown designers against each other for a chance to launch their collections, will put winning designs from each episode on the market for viewers to buy as soon as it airs.
"I don't want to find the next great designer," host and executive producer Elle MacPherson says in a sneak peek of the series, which premieres March 13. "I want to find the next great fashion icon."
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