Terri and Blayne
Is anyone else falling a little in love with her? She seems so sweet and fun to be around. We’ll be disappointed if she turns out to be a bitch. Then again, the sweet ones make the most entertaining bitches.
And What is UP with her stuff consistently getting ignored by the judges? This is GORGEOUS. Great silhouette, great proportions and fabulously styled with a model that looked beautiful in it and walked like she knew it.
Are we wrong here? We can admit it’s not a show-stopping dress, but it’s beautifully done and it demonstrates taste, skill and even restraint, which can’t be undervalued.
We love the irregular ruffles and the contrasting sash.
And it’s even got a nice “walking away” effect.
It’s not the best color in the world for this design and the fabric doesn’t look rich enough, but she did the best she had with what she was given and turned out a cute, sexy little dress.
We don’t know what it’s going to take for her to get a little recognition for her work. This was the second time she sent a stylish, unique look down the runway and the second time the judges yawned and looked away.
Don’t hate us for this, kittens, but we actually thought he was pretty enjoyable this episode.
Oh, don’t look at us like that. His “leatha” interactions with Stella were pretty funny.
Coming so close on the heels of last season’s exhausting (and overt) push of Christian Siriano star-making, we feel like we just got finished babysitting a friend’s kid when another friend unexpectedly showed up to drop their flamboyant little attention-seeking child off. Sure, we’ll watch them for you but we’re wiped out, so we’re probably going to ignore them a lot and let them play with drycleaning bags.
Even so, he was less annoying this week and showed a dramatic improvement in his output.
It’s not that we love the dress, because we really don’t, but it was a pleasant surprise after last week’s crotch centipede.
It demonstrates that he does have some skill even if it isn’t particularly stylish or sophisticated.
Just a bit too pink and tight and short. The asymmetrical, puffy thing he was doing with the neckline wasn’t really to our taste but it wasn’t a bad attempt at trying to make it more visually interesting. Ditto the off-center black panel. Points for effort, but the overall look isn’t very chic.
We’re not saying it’s tacky; it’s just that it would look better on a Barbie doll than an actual flesh-and-blood girl.
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