Ohhhhh, NOW we get it.
This was Project Runway’s first foray into the brand new COMEDIC reality television genre. Of course. The designers must have been ordered to make the funniest, most ridiculous outfits they could think of. It all makes sense now, right? Because there’s just no way we’re supposed to seriously think that two designers – two highly praised designers, mind you – in the second half of a Project Runway season would ever make anything like these looks on purpose. That’s nuts. No, clearly Anya and Josh went full-on Sid and Marty Krofft because that’s what they were told to do by unseen production assistants.
That’s why Anya did her little tribute to the brown tabs…
…and that’s why Josh committed fabric bukakke all over his client.
Note: If we’re being too obscure, DO look up “Sid and Marty Krofft.” DON’T look up “bukakke.” Someone will explain the latter to you in the comments section shortly.
HAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh, WELL DONE, Anya. This outfit is HILARIOUS! We don’t know how he managed to keep a straight face!
Wait… you want us to analyze this look? Seriously? You mean this wasn’t a joke? Because it sure looks like a joke from where we’re sitting.
Then that means…the judges weren’t fucking with us when they didn’t immediately send her home? Kors was serious when he praised the tailoring on her shitty split jeans? No, kittens. We refuse to believe that. No one could look at these hippy hospital scrubs as anything but a massive joke and the only reason Nina didn’t pull a giant lever that opened a trap door beneath Anya’s feet is because everyone was in on it.
Right? Please tell us we’re right.
And you’re telling us that this tribute to Doug Henning’s World of Magic* was also a serious attempt?
*It’s safe to look it up.
HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! Look at all the ugly mismatched fabrics! GENIUS! Hippy Drag Queen! It’s like the early ’70s Castro exploded all over some kid straight off the bus from Canada! BRILLIANT!
AND THEY ALMOST AWARDED HIM THE WIN! They pretended like it was a “tough decision!” HAHAHAHAHA! Well-played, judges. Comedy GOLD. Everyone should get Emmys!