Dead Mauth even drops in a humble brag that Audra won her fifth Tony Award that night. Althea doesn’t mention what the Kardashians later did with five guys named Tony in her dress.
The next day Uli announces that they have only two hours to runway time and I am weary already. No one seems to be anywhere near completion. As much as I love a little pressure, it would be nice to see well-executed dresses rather than ragged seams and glue guns for once. As everyone rushes, Uli talks a little trash on Althea and Aryan talks some trash on St P. He says she is a good designer and a huge DVF fan, so …. “it’s like a little pig squealing in the mud”. It doesn’t make any sense, but it’s mean an I love it. A+.
“What I’m trying to say is; I hate her”
The time ticks away and everyone seems actually finished. I am liking Aryan’s look and Ivy’s only complaint is she hasn’t pressed her dress yet. Dead Mauth is very unsatisfied with his look, he laments letting down Joanna and apologizes to his model. Heheheh.
Carolyn comes onto the runway dressed like Kermit the Frog to illustrate the challenge concept.
Even your parents can’t explain this to you
Carolyn introduces the judges, and after everyone having talked about her nonstop, it’s somewhat anticlimactic to actually see Diane Von F.
Much like a wrap dress
Joshua – his look is really nice. Basic, elegant and safe so I doubt we’ll be seeing any more of him in judging than we did during the show.
Uli – Oh Uli. I want to like this look because I like Uli, but it is not doing it for me. I hate feathers in fashion anyway, and this look is more junior prom to me than red carpet. Maybe it’s the length or all the stuff glued to it, or the uneven hem line but it isn’t working.
Althea – her look is a pastel Holly Hobby hot mess. She admits she can only win if they stray from the traditional. I’d say that tradition would have to be good taste.
Papa Elsa – His dress really takes advantage of the two-sided nature of his fabric and I really approve. The architectural flourish on the bodice adds a flair, but not too much and besides looking a little like a patch-work conch shell, I can’t say much negative here.
Aryan – I really love the color and the movement of this dress. I think it’s going to be a hard sell for a red carpet event however when most people are concerned with how their photos will look. This dress standing still adds volume and will photograph like a big tent. I can just see Carolyn cringing at the thought of wearing this.