Some people’s roots are deeper than others
It’s home visit time!!! We pared the crowd down to four and guess what? Even those four aren’t guaranteed a spot! It’s a good thing I’ve seen this before or I’d be so shocked that I might drop my glass of Port!
No I wouldn’t
Tim is going to the final four’s houses! This is one of my favorite parts of Project Runway because I love Tim and I love back stories and I love seeing what the designers can do if left to themselves.
Everyone basically gets a decent review from Tim. I should be disappointed at the lack of drama but I also hate episodes where Tim shows up and the designer is still in the sketching phase. This is one of the first times I’ve seen one, much less all, of the designers demonstrating that they worked hard and smart and have a great handle on the challenge ahead. Apparently no one told these people that they’re supposed to be unreliable, temperamental artists?
Always missed deadlines due to appointments with his ear nose and throat doctor
It’s possible I am just in a good mood because this episode has Tim and Dmitry meeting to act out two-thirds of my fantasy. Well, half, if you count a hot tub as a sentient being, which, on some nights, it certainly is.
Don’t let anyone kid you, this is the only reason anyone hurtles down an icy hill on a pair of toothpicks
When the designers return to Parson’s in NYC, they give each others’ designs the side-eye and I’m starting to think Tara is the only nice one left. A lot have tons of sewing left and I don’t get that since it’s been months. Are they instructed not to add their finishing touches until they hit the workroom? Is there some reason to wait for detailing and final touches from a design standpoint?
Besides the obvious, I mean
The designers are all a little lackluster and seem slightly under-prepared for their models to walk and it doesn’t feel as if many of them choose to send their best three looks down the runway.
Black and white, separates and booty shorts area the common themes, and for once Unibrow’s unique point of view is a breath of fresh air. Instead of a breath of Garbage Mountain.
Just throw a rope necklace on it. Genius!
The final results were well executed but a little underwhelming. By and large, it seemed like some very basic looks being sent down the runway for consideration for Fashion Week. Dmitry got criticized for poor styling, Unibrow for cheap looking fabrics and both Chris and Tara for being too basic and under-ambitious. Then again, this is the room that went pret-a-porter for the Avant Garde challenge.
Where’s Elena when you actually need her?