Well if the judges can’t be arsed to critique these looks, we’ll just have to bark out our opinions in their place. Stand back. Sometimes there’s spit.
“IT’S THE SAME TOP SHE MADE LAST WEEK!”
Too heavy and rug-like to get anywhere near the top3, plus the skirt’s kind of standard and while she clearly likes to style her model exactly like herself, we’re not sure Anya-lite was the way to go as far as styling for these pieces. But she chose interesting materials and worked hard to make them do what she wanted and the look definitely has some impact to it. We suspect the judges noticed it more than many of the entries in the middle.
Better than that…
See? See how fair-minded and unbiased we are? We’ve had our claws out and sharpened for this
bitch strong competitor right from the get-go, and yet look at the lovely things we spat out bitterly said about her here! Truly we are the Mother Teresa of bitchy gay reality TV bloggers.
Hey, wasn’t Viktor all narrowed eyes and hissed threats last week? Whatever happened to that guy? Because he seems pretty non-threatening so far.
There’s good “vast middle” and then there’s not-so-good “vast middle.” We would consider this the former.
But credit must be paid, because he manipulated his materials very well and they couldn’t have been easy to work with. The dyeing was a nice touch and well executed.
And the whole dress looks solidly put together, unlike many of the other entries, which looked like they could survive neither a light rain, a strong wind, or a walk through the park. He may not have come close to winning this challenge, but he definitely won the Pee Pad Prize.