Explain something to us, poodles.
We keep reading these wildly negative comments about Sweet P – some going so far as to say she’s a bitch – and we honestly don’t get why. She seems to be getting along with her fellow designers fairly well so we’re not sure what so many others are talking about when they talk about how nasty she supposedly is.
If the crotch on Carmen’s pants was “insane,” then what do you call this collar? A severe neurological disorder? If Picasso designed menswear, it would look something like this.
Not that we thought Sweet P should have gone home. We don’t. The only thing really wrong with the outfit is the collar. Had she aced that, or even if she’d just made a serviceable one, she might have floated by without a problem. The judges liked it; they just didn’t like how it was executed.
We have to say, we agree. It’s not great, but it’s no less innovative than Jack’s. The pants are a little on the crazy side, though. She managed to give that skinny white boy some child-bearing hips and somehow, we doubt that was her intention.
Of course we’re resigned to the no-belt thing. We can only spend so much time railing against it.
Dig that American Psycho styling.
Yeah, it was poorly executed but the overall look had a “throw me on the desk and take me” vibe to it and darlings, we are ALL about that. Of course, that could have something to do with the fact that her model was scorching and we’re only now just noticing him. The clothes were so crazy that we didn’t even see the hotness occupying them.
To rectify that, here are some reminders for your Friday afternoon viewing:
[Photo: Bravotv.com - Screencaps: Project RunGay]