Sandro interviews that he wants feedback from the judges. Honey, they all do. Well, unless they are certain they are the worst, then they are happy to hide in the safe middle. I suspect that Sandro is overfocusing on the problem, and not on the big picture, to create fashion well, with his own point of view.
The contestants head over to Parsons where Tim Gunn is surrounded by dozens of bow ties.
The challenge is to create any outfit of their choice, womenswear, incorporating at least one bow tie in a NON-traditional manner. Tim gushes they can use several. He wants them to push much farther than just wearing it tied around the neck on a button down shirt. It's a one day challenge, and they are suggested to spend $200 at Mood.
We get some MILD W/E edits, and I'm thinking, "Thank You, Bunim/Murray!" I do appreciate it when they aren't thrown in my face. These were so faint that they could be ignored. What does strike me is that Karen is getting the Ben Chmura edit this season (she doesn't exist.) It's cool for the beginning, but it doesn't always end well! Alexandria and Alexander are fairly absent, too. I don't even SEE Justin. He took a vacation this week?
There's nothing wrong with that!
But she spent DOUBLE the money to do it, not LESS than the suggested amount.
Oh, that's crazy.
She explains that this is just how she works, giving herself options. I am going to make a prediction. She won't have enough money to get to the end of the regular challenges. Sue likes the bow ties as exoskeleton look on her long black jersey dress. Uh-huh. Tim is not nearly as nervous as I am.
or Michael Jackson.
Let's take a look, shall we?
I wanted him to explode, cure cancer,
scale a tall building, SOMETHING.
If clothing makes you sick, Tim, feel free to go nude.
Tim states that it is totally unprecedented that a model would leave not dressed. Hmmm, didn't Casanova have such a situation with his model in s8e1? I'll have to go look that up.
Or maybe Sandro just took his passion and went back to Russia to fight gay inequality. Now THERE is a subject worthy of his passion. We need equality for everyone, everywhere.