PRs10e1 • A Times Square Anniversary Party • 19 July 2012
First off, dear reader, thank you for stopping by. In all fairness let me share my credentials: NONE. I'm here neither as a fashion expert, nor as a writer. I'm merely a fan of Project Runway, in all its incarnations. Here's to hoping this can lead to some personal growth, and where to find all the international versions available.
Hmmm … bring a dress, make another to match. Didn't they just do this on Project Runway All-Stars last year? Is that why the ratings were a mere 2.013 million Thursday evening? I was hoping the news of recycled challenges meant the s3e6 Waste Not, Want Not challenge. Still, it's nice to see them being celebrated and promoted for season 10. And, all in all, I'm over the moon that PR & KKGG are back.
I guess I should just be happy they didn't have a Bright Light Pillow as inspiration for a dress challenge. Oh, wait, they did with PRASs2e9, huh? I am sick of the commercial … does this lighted blanket or pillow REALLY appeal to anyone on the planet, I mean, besides Kooan?
"This isn't Project Obnoxious!" Oh, honey, yes it is, Gunnar made it so. Did you enjoy seeing Cain & Abel fight? Or, was it more like Joy Behar & Rush Limbaugh?
This week I'll just make quick comments, since the most important parts of the episode seem to be the spoilers for upcoming episodes, and Gunnar Deatherage trying to live up to his name and KILL the competition with his brattiness.
A quick aside … who designed and fitted that dress for Heidi Klum? When you make the model look like she has a baby bump (no HK fertility jokes, heh) you've screwed up. I mean, just ask Alison Kelly or Pamela Ptak, right?
Cohesive, with interesting detail. #2 of 16.
Beardo weirdo has two nice, cohesive looks. Now I feel guilty for thinking he looks like a pretty terrorist. Safe.
Very cohesive, not special enough to match the smack talk and attitude. Safe.
Black, black black, black black black. Nice, but not entirely new, but the judges are fooled. #3 of 16.
Cohesive? Not entirely, but at least there are ideas in the 2nd look. #15 of 16.
Not really cohesive (no pattern on the 2nd,) but what really kills it is the lack of design. The show was edited to highlight her lower level of construction skills, so it should be no surprise that she was #16 of 16 and auf'd.
Cohesive and interesting. Safe.
Cohesive, not terribly fresh. Safe.
Cohesive, yes, but who wants to wear a lamp shade skirt? I mean, outside of Whoville? Scary & safe.
Same aesthetic and yet NOT cohesive. How did he do THAT? With a point of view that screams "I'm a 6 year old girl!" just how long will it take Nina to bring him down? Not long. #14 of 16.
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Cohesive by construction, not color, which is fine. Why are they shown out of order? Both looks are nice. He is safe.
Not getting the cohesion. He is safe.
Cohesive, yes, but why did B/M edit it to show the companion look first, and the original outfit second? It gives more of a wow effect, than if they were shown in correct order. Is that what gave him the win? Shenanigans! #1 of 16.
Not cohesive, but interesting, at least.
Cohesive, yes. Still loving the look, but fearing the judges will think it is too costumey. It is safe.
Quite cohesive, more pieces, could be one to watch. Safe.
So, from the coming attractions do you believe that Fabio Costa is the one to crack? Sure, now that I'm getting into his work, he's having a meltdown. It broke my heart to see Elena crying, that has to be a red herring, please, not a genuine early auffing.
Maybe my top designers are Ven B., Fabio C., and Elena S. There are several that I want to see more from (especially Sonjia,) and several that can go home. Time will tell if my top 3 can actually make it to the finale, and if I can acquire any blogging skills.