Stylista: We Protest!
Well, it’s always nice to see the show veer unexpectedly towards the actual fashion world. Not that this was the most realistic challenge – editorial assistants, after all, aren’t in the habit of mounting fashion shows all by themselves – but it did really put the contestants through their paces and gave them some valuable hands-on experience.
So, everybody wanted Jolibe.
There’s a reason for that: the clothes are to-die. Just ask Natalie Portman.
Although they both deserve blame for snatching up all the shoes. Sure, you could argue that it was fair game, but if you’re making that kind of argument this late in the competition, then you’re supporting the idea that strategy is more important than talent.
Anyway, back to the bad decisions.
Uh…no, you weren’t. That look couldn’t have been any more standard and boring.
And for all the smack talk about how they knew what they were doing, that fashion show didn’t exactly go off without a hitch. Lots of dead air and lots of instances of models looking dazed as they’re shoved out on the runway in poorly styled outfits. Color us underimpressed.
And once again, Dyshaun makes an egregious error in the copy. This is…what? The third or fourth time he’s done that? And he’s applying for an editorial position. You couldn’t get a job as a proofreader if you did that once, let alone 3 or 4 times.
This was a bullshit blue-boxing. Dyshaun has made so many mistakes and showed so little talent for the position while Ashlie has been a frontrunner from day one. Besides, “too many pictures” is a problem that can easily be fixed while “typos in everything” is way more of a red flag.
[Photos: Jolibe.blogspot.com - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blogspot.com]