TFS: The Mini-Challenge
Alright, bitches. We’ve hooked up our coffee I.V.s and we’re ready to get our bitch on.
“Designers, this week we’ve decided to have you tackle one of the most pressing and important jobs in all of fashion.”
“Dressing the slutty unprofessional girls who show up at 11 am smelling like the floor of a bar.”
Y’know, Becki Newton looked fabulous in a 3.1 Phillip Lim dress, but she had to be silently cursing out her agent for not only booking her for this show, but for a challenge that makes her sound like she’s some sort of expert about running around the city with your mascara smeared and your panties in your purse.
Congrats to Team Queen!
Lorenzo doesn’t think that jerry-rigged top really goes with the jacket but Tom kinda likes it for its creativity.
We’re both in agreement that turning the belt buckle into a brooch was pretty damn inspired.
This was our favorite look. It was the most polished and professional out of all of them.
Granted, they had the best pieces to work with, but as Lidia said, it’s all about having the eye to pick them and use them correctly.
She’s the only one who really looked like she worked for a fashion magazine.
Meanwhile, Anna and Haven took a 20 year old party girl and turned her into a 50 year old executive assistant in 1989.
Certainly, the cardigan was a nice touch but they could have styled it a bit better than that, especially with the way they used that scarf. That’s just not a chic way to wear a scarf. There’s nothing at all youthful or modern about it.
Now, THIS was a disaster, kittens.
Clearly, Reco and Daniella have staked their claim to the top spot among the designers and they’ve both turned out some good looks, so you can’t find a better representation of their emnity toward each other than this horrific collaboration.
There is literally nothing of either designer in this look. It’s just a total mess. So bad that we actually felt sorry for that girl for having to wear it on television.
[Photo: BravoTV.com - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blogspot.com]
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