CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. – Former first lady, senator, secretary of state and current Chappaqua resident Hillary Clinton seems to have a knack for television series ideas.
Giving a speech at the Council of Fashion Designers of America award ceremony at New York's Lincoln Center on Monday, Clinton comically offered an idea to Bravo, the television network known for, among other shows, the original “Project Runway.”
“You know, I have been thinking, now that I have some more time on my hands, I am going to be pitching Andy [Cohen] and others on a new show for Bravo, to fill that gap that is so apparent to some of us,” she said.
“All you really need is a small but passionate audience to be successful. We could call it "Project Pantsuit." We have all kinds of ideas. So just call me after tonight, Andy.”
The potential 2016 White House candidate was honoring designer Oscar de la Renta at the annual ceremony. De la Renta's suits and gowns have long been favorites of Clinton's, from her days as first lady to her more recent endeavors in politics.