Bottom Boys 3.0
With this week’s episode, Christopher has gone from being in the top three three times to being in the bottom three four times. Has anyone in the history of the show made that precipitous a fall, ever?
We were early supporters of the guy but with that many low showings – and worse, declaring each showing to be among your best work – we’re left with the uncomfortable prospect that he’s more of a dressmaker than a designer, at least at this stage.
This? Doll clothes. Seriously. There’s about as much design and detailing in this look as there is in the average cheap 6-outfit set for a Barbie knockoff you can find in the bargain bins by the register.
Personally, we adore the guy and we think he’s made some very nice stuff both on and off the show, but we can’t help thinking his trick bag is empty. He’s going to have to pull out a major design for us to have faith again.
In fact, the more we look at these two looks, the more we think it was wrong of the judges to send Nicolas home. Sure, his look was off-concept, but at least it was designed. At least it had some detailing and a certain style to it. Lorenzo thinks Logan definitely should have gone home and Tom would have been fine if either of these two went home. All we can think is, if Nina had been sitting in that chair more often, these two never would have made it this far, with one boring outfit after another.