Kors wishes she had come out in a basketball jersey or had been 60 years old.
She felt great earlier anyway
Now Blorpheus. We find out for the first time that he is not used to designing for fatties, which explains so much how much he struggled with this challenge! He should have mentioned that before!
“Look what he did to my friend”
Heidi takes issue with his term, “real sized women”, as she happens to occupy space and obey the laws of Conservation of Matter herself. Even Friend of Blimp has to smirk that Heidi is chastising a fatty by saying every woman is just as real and a designer should be able to… design.
Not every day you see a supermodel smack-down
While the judges critique the fabric, style, proportions and smockiness of the look, Kors notices that the friend is making faces like they want to jump off her skull. She is awarded the floor and she highlights the biggest problem is Blorpheus as a designer didn’t get to know his client. She cries when she describes the client as a mother of 4 children, also caring for her elderly father, all while working full time and commuting 4 hours a day. Basically this is a lady who wears ten year old jeans because her happiness and personal presentation isn’t even a blip on the priority radar.
“Forgive me for signing you up for this?”
The judges are kind and say the skirt is good but the top is off and that the model is a delight and can blame all her problems, including her dad’s rising blood pressure, on Blorpheus.
Urkel describes his client as an “up and coming R&B artist” who wanted a sexy look for the stage. The model and her friend both defend the dress strenuously as just what they wanted and perfect for her life and performance
How could this go wrong?
The only criticism the client has is that she wants it to be tighter.
“Tighter than what? Burt Reynolds’ face?”
Heidi does not mince her limited English slang and calls the girl a hoochie mamma. Nina rips into the fit, fabric, length and accessories. Urkel tries to save himself by saying he followed the model’s directive but he is chastised as someone who should guide the client to the best look. Or does he think he is Liz Taylor?
Kors tries to save the skewering by saying that it is totally cliché and ice skaters and Betty White wear sheer sleeves but this girl is gorgeous and doesn’t need them.
“I would know, Betty White is my biggest client!”
“That girl is not gorgeous, she is also fat”
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