LML: Runway Rundown
Kittens, we are so far behind on our dress-ripping! Let’s get to it.
Marilyn & Coco
Don’t you hate those passive-aggressive “thanks in advance” style of notes? The ones that make you go, “Don’t thank me, bitch. I didn’t agree to anything?”
Or is that just us?
It’s…alright, we guess.
And that’s why we get paid the big bucks for our incisive fashion commentary!
We hate to keep harping on this, but literally every look they send down that runway looks like something Wilhelmina would wear on Ugly Betty. All that big, drapey, off-the-shoulder stuff. Certainly, there are worse aesthetics to choose, but the clothes all look over-the-top in that soap opera way.
Louanna & Jim
Was it us or did she have a major bug up her ass the whole episode?
Of course, that could have been due to the fact that she screwed up on the design brief and she knew it. Which is fine, people make mistakes, but why get all huffy and defensive about it on camera?
It’s not a bad little outfit either.
We, of course, love the belt.
And the zipper running down the skirt.
But man that ren-faire-esque peasant blouse was a bad idea. She looks like she should be serving tankards of ale in that thing and shouting “HUZZAH!” at weird times.
She’s got decent (if not great) taste and a highly capable designer working with her, which is what got her through the challenge even though she didn’t manage to fulfill it by making an evening look. It’s not that we LOVE this look so much; it’s just that it’s inoffensive and styled well, which is no surprise because she’s a stylist. We have to say, though: the most interesting part of the look was the boots.
Eric & Galina
Oh god, when are the Tacky Twins going home?
We’re starting to fear that they may NEVER get sent home, because if something like this passes the judges’ collective muster, what could they possibly do to get kicked off?
What can we say? It’s tacky and hideous and the styling is pure 1996, which is apparently what year it is inside their heads.
It’s like a parade of hookers outside the VMAs.
And let’s face it: he can’t defend his work because IT’S NOT HIS WORK. There has not been one moment where he has offered any opinion to his designer other than agreement with her ideas.
[Photos: Bravotv.com - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blogspot.com]
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