To be honest, we never would have considered these two a good combination. Not that we expected a personality clash. Logan is too low-key and Christopher’s too darn likable. We just didn’t think they had aesthetics that would work well together.
We’re coming around a bit on the Logan thing. His first couple of looks underwhelmed us, but with this look, we get a better understanding of his style. We like it.
Definitely has an L.A. feel to it and while it’s deceptively simple, it’s stylish and has some nice touches. We can’t say that we personally like the sprayed-on metallic look, but it’s youthful and it’s got an edge to it. Besides, without that bit of shimmer, the outfit could have looked a little drab. Logan’s definitely not big on color.
There’s a bit of a fit issue with the pants, though. On the other hand, big points for the hat. It’s not exactly original, but he’s the only one that thought to do it and it does take this outfit from just being a typical L.A. look to more of a beach look.
The lacing up the back was a nice touch too. But what really takes this close to avant garde is the incredible volume on the bottom and rather interesting way it was achieved. There are so many techniques at work her and with the various shades and types of fabric, it almost looks like she’s walking in a cloud of smoke.
Are we saying this team should have won? No. Well, maybe. One thing’s for sure, it’s insane that they were shuffled off the runway as a middle of the pack entry.
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