Pop Style Opinionfest: The Latest in Dragon Fashion

Posted on August 25, 2017

Oh, kittens. MUCH was said this week. Of course, because we’re currently obsessed, we continue the discussion we started earlier this week with Queen Breaker-of-Chains’ stunning dragon-riding couture, and then launch straight into a back-and-forth on all the good and all the bad going on in the world of Game of Thrones as it heads into what feels like the most tense and high-stakes season finale in the show’s history.

Plus, since we spent so much time in the costume post on the ladies, we offer porn, if you’re into the Bearded Northern European Daddy Bear type:




We’re just saying. You clean some of those guys up and they can #getit.

Anyway, it’s all there – all the stuff about the ridiculous timelines, the loss of subtlety, the stupidity of certain characters – and how despite all that, it’s turning out to be insanely entertaining to us. Still, there’s no denying it went from “prestige fantasy drama” to “popcorn movie” rather abruptly this season.

After that, we unsheath our claws and tuck into the semi-piss-poor offerings on display in the first (of what we assume are many) unconventional materials challenge of the Project Runway season. Visual aids (not for the faint of heart):



Team Ballin’ on a Budget






Team Tsunami







Team Wabi-Sabi





To be fair, there’s some disagreement on that front. One of us is a bit more critical of the offerings overall; the other sees possibilities.

Anyway, it’s a wildly divergent ride, going from dragon tactical maneuvers to poorly assembled dresses, all in the space of an hour. We are large, darlings. We contain multitudes.



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