Why 'Mad Fashion' could use a little more madness
A few seasons back, Chris March was one of my favorite designers on "Project Runway." Make that favorite personalities -- I'm still a bit grossed out by his human hair gown. Anyway, on "Runway" March was affable under pressure; a cheerful, funny presence on a season otherwise dominated by Christian Siriano. Beyond reality TV, he's also built an intriguing resume as a designer, having created costumes for everyone from Prince to Lady Gaga and countless drag queens and theater geeks. Thus, it seemed like a natural fit for Bravo to build a show around March, and it seemed like a natural fit for me to love it. How could I not?