So long, Simone!
Man, it really sucks to be the first one to go, doesn’t it? We never even got a chance to figure out if we hate you!
On the other hand…
Oh, honey. Everything about this was just wrong. As puzzled as we were with the win last night, we have to say that the judges were absolutely correct in their aufing choice.
Whatever her original plan was, it looks more interesting than what she wound up with.
We pretty much hate all the fabric choices she made but man, is that yellow UGLY.
“Tim, I’m thinking of making a really boring dress in really ugly mismatched colors and then topping it off with a jacket that looks like a table runner from Pier 1′s Christmas collection. Your thoughts?
Hey, where are you going?”
We can’t really make any assessments as to her skill level because sometimes people need a couple tries before they can get into the swing of how things are done on Project Runway.
For all we know, she’s quite skilled when she’s working on her own terms, but last night’s entry looked like a Sewing 101 project gone bad.
Readers, here’s your assignment for today: we need a witty term for mismatched tittery. You know, when one boob looks like it’s mad at the other one. We have a feeling we’re going to need such a term this season.
Actually, we’re going to backpedal a little. That jacket isn’t bad. Put it over a little black cocktail dress and it would look quite chic.
And if she’d been wearing such a dress, that hairstyle would have looked quite chic and simple and appropriate. With this dress, it just highlighted how mismatched and uneven everything was.
Don’t you worry, kittens. We have something to say about every single dress, designer, model, judge and hairstyle, so be patient and we’ll get to all of it.
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