'The Roommate': The Next Generation of Stars

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Year:
2011
5 min
85 Views

Oh, my God.

- What?

- I am so jealous.

Yeah, I'm kind of a clotheshorse.

Actually, can I put some stuff

on your side?

- No problem.

- You can borrow anything you want.

- Some of this I've only seen in Vogue.

- My parents' idea of bonding...

...is setting me loose

with a platinum card.

- You're from here?

- Twenty minutes away.

That must be nice. Go home on the

weekends, free laundry, free meals.

- Yeah, not gonna happen.

- Why?

Let's just say

nothing is free in my house.

What is that?

Oh, it's nothing. It's just some ideas.

- It's good.

- Thanks.

Do you mind if I take a look

at what you were doing?

Actually, I do.

It's nothing personal.

It's just my process.

I wouldn't want you to look

unless it was perfect.

Okay.

Hey, Sara.

- Hey.

- Hey.

Tracy and Kim,

this is my roommate, Rebecca.

Rebecca. How formal.

What can we call you?

- How about Reba?

- How about Becca?

How about Becky?

- Becky's good.

- Yeah, Becky.

I like Rebecca.

Okay.

Well, I gotta go, guys. Bye.

Bye.

"Why should I turn off my BlackBerry

to listen to this guy?"

Because this class...

...will make you understand that

you're aspiring to do something great.

To emulate the likes

of Marc Jacobs...

...or Vera Wang, Rick Owens...

...perhaps even surpass them.

What you create

will be considered art...

...and don't let anyone

tell you differently.

The journey starts right here,

right now.

And it's my job...

...to make you understand

that each of you...

...can be artists.

- Professor Roberts?

- Yes?

I'm really sorry to bother you.

It's just, I must take this class.

I'm sorry, class is full.

Late girl, right? What's your name?

Sara Matthews.

I brought a request form.

And why should I sign your form, Sara,

when I've turned down a dozen others?

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