The Fashion Show: Congrats and Bye-bye
Although to be fair, she did what any designer would have done in that situation. The queens can all purse their lips as much as they want but we know damn well that if any of them had the same opportunity, they would have done exactly the same thing. The only thing about it that was a little nasty was that she made it a “boy vs. girl” thing.
Besides, it backfired anyway since a boy won and a girl went home.
Before we go any further, we have one minor critique: while his final look differed entirely in terms of the silhouette, he sure didn’t stray all that far from the inspiration piece when it came to materials.
What really made the look was the skirt, especially the strip of pleather at the bottom. And can we just say that Isaac got on our last gay nerve with his eye-rolling because Jonny didn’t use real leather? Come on, bitch. Give us a real critique for once instead of these slightly histrionic moments of pointless bitchery.
That moment with Reco on the runway made us “Awwwww,” and reminded us just how much this show has been lacking in camaraderie. It was nice to see her break through the dour nastiness that’s been permeating things up to this point.
Which is a shame, because had her execution skills been just a little better, the judges might have overlooked the fact that she missed the mark in the design. Reco’s dress was bad in a lot of ways, but it was at least a well-made garment. Yes, it’s not The Seamstress Show, but in a lot of ways, it might as well be.
And thus concludes our posting for the day. Sorry, kittens, but we’re heading out on the next train to New York to take care of some Fashion Show business. Tell you about it? Of course not! You’ll just have to wait.