We were pleasantly surprised when this one came out.
April’s pretty low key but whenever they do get her to smack talk her opponents, it seems to always be on the grounds of innovation and design.
Judging by this entry and her aforementioned smack talk, we’re starting to get a better idea of her whole thing.
She’s definitely more conceptual and design-oriented than a lot of the others.
We really liked this entry and upon closer viewing, we’re thinking she deserved to be critiqued by the judges. This could have and maybe should have been in the top 3.
Sure, it’s costume-y, but it’s party store couture, come on. Besides…
…while it was a bit out there at times …
It managed to straddle the line between costume and clothes. This is fantasy clothing done well.
Tim Gunn’s Workroom:
Peach, honey. Just what are we going to do with you? You seem like you’re a hoot, but you’re overplaying the wide-eyed flailing for the cameras. Although we have to salute you for inspiring quite possibly the weirdest and most vulgar Tim Gunn advice ever. “You’re really uptight. It’s like you have a piece of coal up your rear end. Honestly, make it into a diamond and pull it out.”
Did Tim Gunn just tell someone they’re so uptight they could jam a lump of coal up their ass and shit out a diamond? On camera? Did we hear that right? Then again, if ever a dress could inspire profanity…
…this just might be the dress to do it.
Come on now.
If ever this was cute, it’s stopped being so.
This is, once again, Barbie clothes.
Home made Barbie clothes.
And you might be inclined to defend her by saying “Hey! T Lo! Party store!” To which we reply “Pfah.” She wasn’t forced to once again return to a white, black and pink color pallete.
She wasn’t forced to choose obvious and twee patterns like polka dots and zebra stripes.
And she sure as hell wasn’t forced to make it all into THIS.
She’s on borrowed time. If she sends one more doll dress out on the runway, the judges are going to lose patience. Step it up, Peach.