Ivy – her model looks boxy and bland. The beading is pretty, but I am not a fan of the dangling feathers. The whole thing looks like a big shapeless glitter sack.
Aryan – His look is the winner of the two. His feather cape looks great and although the fit is a little shapeless, it moves well and looks far more flattering on his model than Ivy’s.
We’re down to the last six so no one is safe this week. Joshua starts strong with praise from Georgina about the modernity of his dress and the unexpected green peeking out in the back, but she hates the broach and handbag he haphazardly threw onto the look. The others give him generally good reviews and it looks like Joshua is safe this week.
Lady Mary would sneer if either of these showed up in her garden
Dead Mauth is looking good as well. Carolyn points out the lace detail in the back and I notice how much his model looks like a giraffe. Gretchen likes the length, but Isaac feels the look is more 1930s than 20s. Dead Mauth mumbles his way out of this by saying he was shooting for 1929.
Well played Dead Mauth
Uli is praised across the board. Mizrahi says the color white in a fringe cheapens the look however. But when Uli removes the silver wrap the judges feel the look is even more amazing and the fringe is perfect. I love the appreciation for her work, but no one wins unless they show trivial criticisms as well.
Dumpy and Frumpy look on
Saint P also gets more love when she removes the wrap from her outfit. Apparently today is an anti-wrap day. Both Carolyn and Georgina are critical of the wide leg pants. I feel they are finally getting a chance to tell Pancake that she needs to stop dressing herself like a little Clydesdale, but they stick to how fat she is making her tall leggy model look in this. Even the crotch is looking bulky.
Hint, hint. The judges are sick of staring at your pancake toe
Ivy’s critique is confusing. She is told her look is heavy and unflattering. But also that it has grown on Carolyn and could be seen at an art gallery. Her odd use of feathers is not well received, but once again I am left wondering what they actually think of this.I know they should hate it, so I am assuming they do?
Pro tip: greasing up the model makes the look appear more slimming