Terri & Joe
Jerell has something to say about Terri:
“She’s got two faces and four patterns. That’s it. Don’t trust the bitch.”
And thus, our Jerell love grows exponentially. THAT is one primo bitch statement. We salute you, Sternum Lad!
Is Terri a bitch? Maybe. A little. Certainly, this:
…wasn’t exactly endearing. Although Terri says on her MySpace Page:
“They edited the episode this week made it look like I was making fun of Korto’s outfit, but in fact we were all laughing at it in its initial stage – even Korto. Korto and I are really good friends and we still keep in touch.”
Mkay. If you say so.
As for the look:
Feh. It’s just alright. Kinda getting tired of seeing pants from Terri, even if, like these, they’re pretty cool-looking pants.
Trying to look at it objectively, we can say that it’s a pretty decent effort overall. It’s just that we’re kinda done with this look from Terri. Like Suede’s entry this week, she seemed to be phoning it in, design-wise.
The top’s okay, but it’s really hard for us to get behind mesh as a fashion statement. Too many flashbacks to Desperately Seeking Susan wannabes.
Like we said, the pants are pretty cool. You could argue that, like Joe’s entry, they have a bit of a NASCAR feel to them, but for whatever reason, these work for us.
Everything’s well fitted and well executed. The proportions make her look fit and sexy. On all technical points: well done.
It’s just not something that really excites us, y’know? Terri, we know you have it, so step it UP, girl.
Joe. Joe, Joe, Joe. What are we gonna do with you? We’re all “We can’t make straight-guy jokes every week, because that would just get lame fast.” So what do you do?
You put out another NASCAR monstrosity that forces us to bite our lips lest we blurt out “ONLY A STRAIGHT GUY WOULD DESIGN THAT!”
We complimented Jerrell for evoking a luxury car interior for his model, but Joe’s looks EXACTLY like the interior of a car. Like she just poked arm and leg holes through the seat covers and slipped them on.
There’s nothing fitted or flattering about this look. And call us snobs if you want, we hate product logos on clothing. We don’t care if the designer is trying to be ironic; it’s tacky.
Of course we’re being unfair by evoking Joe’s heterosexuality in his design. Straight guys don’t have a monopoly on tacky and BELIEVE US, gay men have NOWHERE NEAR a monopoly on taste. No, this entry didn’t suck because a straight guy designed it. It just sucked on its own and we shouldn’t resort to stereoty–
OHMIGOD, look at HER HAIR! JESUS, these straightboys don’t know shit.
[Photos: Barbara Nitke/Bravo - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blogspot.com]