We’re in the homestretch, kittens. You can do this. Just put one foot in front of the other and FORM SOME OPINIONS.
Now MOVE IT, minions.
Alicia was the sapphic sister with the dreads, since we figure y’all need some reminding about anyone who wasn’t Frokemon at this point. It’s tough keeping track of 16 designers when you know roughly half of them are cannon fodder. Incidentally, it’s impossible for us to encounter the phrase “16 designers” without hearing it in Heidi’s glass-scratching “SIXTEEEEN DEEEESIGNERRRRRS!!!!!!”
Anyway, this is pretty standard.
Not bad. Very poorly fitted, but from a “point of view” point of view, there’s enough here to keep her in the game one more week.
Y’know, we’re all for Elena’s aesthetic getting injected into the talent pool just to shake things up, but she really needs to shut up about how no one ever in the history of earth has ever seen clothing as unusual and unique as this. Honey, it’s enough to keep our interest for now (and apparently, the judges felt the same way) but this is hardly revolutionary.
And this is even less so. Glad to see someone shake up the department-store-and-red-carpet aesthetic the show favors, though. Let’s face it, though: she’s not likely to be a finalist if this is all she can do.
And here is the not-at-all-surprising truth about Quentin W. Sweetcrackers: his psychobitch persona is entirely a ruse to stay in the game because his work is utterly ordinary.
Perfectly presentable, mind you, but ordinary nonetheless. We’ll see just how long he can manage to stay in the game on bitch factor alone.
Tootie’s gonna need to really step up her game if she wants to stay in it. This is extremely standard with an undercurrent of what Nina would call “taste issues.” It’s not tacky or anything, but it’s not particularly stylish either.
And this is kind of clumsy. The vest is interesting, but the animal print is awful and that bright yellow underneath seems like an odd choice.
Bland department store crap.
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