Again, I had to catch the rerun of this week’s Project Runway.. this time due to the fact that I went out to Norfolk’s Restaurant Week, and to finally go see Dark Knight. I cleverly called it “Dinner and Dark Knight”… how original..
Anyways, you will get another post about the unnecessary drama and fiasco for the Dinner portion of “Dinner and Dark Knight”
This week, the cast had to create cocktail dresses, but the Models had to go shop for the fabric. It ended up that the models basically chose the same colors and fabrics (especially this ugly rust-brown color and fabric).
Back to my take on the creations of the PR cast:
Kenley – This was my favorite dress. It was a practical and wearable outfit that I could see any stylish woman wearing. The collar was hot!
Suede – He was the winner of the challenge, and though it wasn’t my favorite outfit, I think that it was very clever and original, and it truly showed who he is as a designer. Out of them all, his definitely stood out in a good way
Blayne – I just liked the construction and shape of his dress. Not sure that I liked such a loud color, but neon is “in” this season. So good choice for Blayne’s model to choose this.
My Not So Faves:
Korto – You were on my best list last week, but I don’t understand what was going on with this dress. You gave your model extra hips, and it looked as if she had fins! Tim Gunn warned you of this “looking a hot mess” and his warning was correct!
Kelli – I just think Kelli could have focused more on the shape and fit of her dress. The skirt looks like its too tight, especially for that type of fabric. I am not a designer in any way, but I wouldn’t think that you would want a material that’s prone to get wrinkled easily, to be short and tight. The top part doesn’t see to be “executed” as well as it should have been.Joe – Prom…. The hole in the center of the dress is straight up Prom!