I'm still trying to figure out why Angela isn't in the intro.
No, honey, it was a nightmare. Every day here is a nightmare.
It's morning at The Refinery and Ken is equating Alexandria with Judas. Sweetie, do you have a problem getting along with others? Or is it just Judasandria? I doubt even Jesus Himself has your entitlement.
Not even close.
Don't worry, it's not as bad as it sounds. Resource Water sends them all on a "glamping" trip. Tim states that it is an upscale, sophisticated version of camping. We were lucky to get you onto the beach in L.A. on season six. I'm dubious, Mr. Gunn.
As they get ready Alexander shares that he hasn't been camping since he was a little girl. Miranda knows how to dye things (I assume using berries and the like) and Kate says that if worse comes to worst they can use their own blood as a dye. Miranda doesn't think the camping will be that intense. However, she does interview the following:
The challenge is to be inspired by the scenery and experience of camping, but to make bona fide Fashion with a capital F, high end and editorial. It's a one day challenge, and then, quick like a bunny, Tim scampers away before any camping experience can soil his clothing. Or, before he can.
Alexandria is off on her own l
osing her coins in a field sketching and designing.
Bradon seems more stressed than usual.
I tried to get a better shot, but he was just a running blur in all of them.
Justin wants to sniff some glue.
It's pretty sad when the Swatch sighting is a highlight of the episode, eh?
Tim exclaims in the work room that it is much more tranquil. Is he trying to say that nature is too loud, but NYC is not? Or that Sue was a noisemaker? I'm not buying that.
Ken is still ripping on Alexandria. Jeremy is writing on his fabric, words from a love letter to his husband.
As I was saying, as Tim Gunn leaves the contestants in the work room, he observes that it is too quiet. Did NYC go on strike?
Did everyone leave NYC again?
Alexander is glad his garment is fitting so well. Ken likes Helen's moth.
The pictured moth has more interesting color!
On the runway, joining Heidi, Zac, Nina and Tim is Allison Williams.
Alexandria Von Bromssen
Jeremy and Alexander are safe and sent out back. Ken is in and sent away. This leaves Karen & Justin, the bottom two, on the runway.
Justin is out.
Karen is in and is sent to the back room.
So, we have 11 for the next challenge.
Now if only it was an unconvenetional challenge and the ENTIRE oufit had to be made from just shoes. I do not expect Liam Kyle Sullivan to guest judge, but, hey, ya knever know.