Like so much of what Diana does, this definitely had something going on even if the end product is a little bit of a head-scratcher.
There was something about the concept that we responded to. It was definitely different and it had the potential to be interesting and sexy, but unfortunately, it fell short.
The combination of tight, skimpy, somewhat fetishistic underwear coupled with light, flowy fabrics was a good starting point, conceptually. In fact, it was probably the best starting point out of any of the teams.
We love those sleeves, but those thongs are poorly designed and don’t do the one thing a thong is supposed to do: make your ass look better.
This piece was the true clunker. But then again, so is the model.
Oh, just stop. You suck.
It’s hard to judge this outfit because we don’t really know what they had to do to please the model, but it doesn’t appear to fit with the rest of the collection at all.
Okay, then! Good luck on that Burger King job, bitch.
Surprisingly, she’s much prettier off the runway. Her sourness whenever she has to actually, you know, model clothes, makes her look less attractive than she is.
SHE’S. A. MODEL. Who gives a shit what she likes and doesn’t like? Either she wears the clothes provided for her or she goes home, end of story.
God bless her, our little Asian mouse isn’t as mousy as she appears:
“I feel like you can’t just be that picky if you’re a model because your job is to achieve different looks and if you don’t want to do that, you should probably get a different job.”
Amen, sister! Too bad you didn’t say that to her face, though.