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TFS: Team Keith

It's time to cut off some circulation, bitches!

Anna, Keith, Jonny, Kristin, and Andrew. Together, they make tourniquets!

If they tried that on a real girl, her tits would be up around her ears.

"And it's not going to be this hard tomorrow to get it on your model?"

"They're a lot tinier than the forms."

What? Like "living under a toadstool" tiny? Because they'd have to be. We really hope she goes the distance on this show because it's going to be fun watching her design for her friends Angel Cake and Ginger Snap.

Okay, models! Suck it in and hobble down that runway!

Andrew



His was the only skirt out of this group that we liked. In fact, we liked the proportions of this outfit on a whole. The only weird thing is that Y dart in the middle of the blouse. It's not looking so hot.

Keith


The top is cute, but that's mainly because of the fabric choice. That skirt is HORRIBLE. It's not just too tight; it's also too short and too high-waisted.


Anna



Not bad. Like everyone else in the group, it's WAY too tight, but the jacket is nicely done and the sash and trim work well.

Kristin




The more we look at this the more we scratch our heads at the judges' response to it. It's not that we love it, but we don't get why they HATED it so much. It's the only look in the group that looks modern to us and it's the only look that managed a different silhouette than merely "skin-tight." Yeah, there are definitely problems with it, but there's enough interesting stuff there that should have prevented the bitch-slapping that Heather Mizrahi gave her.


[Photos: BravoTV.com - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blogspot.com]



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84 comments:

Once again, why a tube skirt?

Why not just a regular A-line skirt?

As for the outcome of this, I'll refrain. Too many dreamers.


This was definitely the bottom team, but looking at it now there are some decent looks. Keith's dress is cute, just too tight. Andrew's is nice as well, even if the Y-dart isn't that great (and I did not like the bag he styled this look with - ugh). Anna's is ok I guess, but I don't like the belt and I agree with Fern that the jacket seems incongruous with the dress. Kristin's was certainly the worst (although it was more creative than Johnny's which was her one saving grace). I think it looks dated and more than a little twee. Someone in another post said it reminded them of Charlotte Russe. Bingo.


I hate that they used skinny slips as outerwear.

The big puzzler on Strawberry's outfit for me is the fringe on the button.

A little too "I lost one pastie" for me.


I really need to hand the crack pipe back to Nina because I am 100% lost.

Waht was the must have pieces for Team Keith....a beige tube skirt/dresss, a black tube skirt/dress or a navy tube skirt/dress?

It seems to me that in this challege the "Must Have" piece should have been identical on each runway collection look but styled in a different way for the desired occasion.

Am I missing something becuse I do not see it?

TampaBay


Listen , You could not SEE the "must have item" on Strawberry Shortcake's design!!!

Even though Project Runway does show the commercial end of fashion, isn't the big difference with The Fashion Show is the it is MOSTLY about who can survive the commercial end of the fashion world?


I'm with you, Boys: I didn't get why the judges were so down on Kristin's look.

As for Keith, he never should have caved in - shoulda stuck with his A-line idea and his role as team leader.

Oh, I hate to say it, but of the 3 team leaders, Merlin's the only one whose design was any good.


Jameela said, "Listen , You could not SEE the 'must have item' on Strawberry Shortcake's design!!!"

You know, that's a good point -- and she was the one who pushed for the tube skirt, wasn't she?


loved kelly's comment about how it would take "butter and a miracle" to get her in that skirt. i agree they were waaaay too tight and an A-line skirt would have been better. definitely a classier look and more of a must have than a skin tight tube skirt!


Kristin is far more Rainbow Bright than she is Strawberry Shortcake.


Starlite said...
Kristin is far more Rainbow Bright than she is Strawberry Shortcake.

5/13/09 12:03 PM


I was thinking more of Jem.


lol at Jem. Truly truly outrageous!


I liked the winning look. I would buy the winning look. The winning dress could be styled in a million different ways for a million differnt occassions, broken up and worn as separates or worn as is.

If anyone buys anything off the TFS's winning design web site, please post a comment on the quality of the garment. I am curious as to if the quality will be department store, boutique or QVC/HSN.

TampaBay


Just a little snipped from the Bravo site about this challenge from Fern Mallis (undoubtedly the most reasonable and trustworthy judge)

Bravotv.com: Which designs stood out the most to you (for better or for worse)?
"I think the results of the first challenge very clearly demonstrated both the best and the worse. James-Paul’s black angular dress with the short blue bolero jacket and low slung chain belt was really spectacular. I would be happy to own and wear that dress!

Jonny, who was eliminated, made a skirt and sexy halter top that was completely unwearable and the poor model could barely step up the stairs to the stage and had to be cut out of the skirt to go to the bathroom. I do wish, however, he had another chance to show some other aspects of his range as a designer — but that’s not the way the competition works."
Bravotv.com: What do you think the key to winning this challenge was?
"Creating a look that was memorable, wearable, chic, and rose to the challenge. James-Paul’s outfit incorporated the must have bolero jacket in a way that made a significant contribution to the look of his design."Bravotv.com: There was a bit of a disagreement with the judges over who to send home, and you got your way. What were the arguments for both?

"It was between Jonny and Kristin — initially Kelly and Isaac were much more negative about Kristin’s design but I did not have a real problem with it. I actually like the layering and said at one point it was a little Anna Sui-ish and while not perfect, it was not as bad as some of the criticisms that were leveled towards her. Jonny’s outfit on the other hand, was just completely unwearable and unflattering to the model but there was some discussion that it was a more sexy, saleable look that women would like."


I didn't like Andrews Y dart on the form, but it looked good on model. He was one of my favorites his outfit was definately wearable. And yeas I agree Kristin's was the worst by far while Johny's was ill-fitting the look he was going for would be something if fitted properly a women would wear on a night out. Kristin's on the other hand would be something some 15 year old girl would be pulling off the rack at Forever 21! It was a case of poorly executed vs. bad design!


How dare you disrespect Jem and the Holograms? "Jem is my name no one else is the same Jem is my name!"


Seriously, a tube skirt? As a must-have? In what universe?

I also didn't get why Kristin's was the subject of so much dislike from the judges. It's not like it was making a particularly strong statement, but it was just sort of "there" and not offensive. And the more they hid their must-have, the better, in my view!

Perhaps putting it in the bottom 2 was just to create "reality show drama" (which, when it comes to TFS I'm really hating, BTW). There was a clear loser in this group, no need to create this aggita (agitta?)

I thought other outfits were not egregiously awful in the still photos, but the runway show for this group was particularly painful to watch, wasn't it?


Tube skirts as a 'must-have' item? For whom? $20 hookers? I agree with the other poster who noted that a classic A-line, or even a pencil skirt, would be more much appropriate for this challenge.


I think this group actually fulfilled the assignment very well - this is a cohesive collection around a must-have piece.

However, the sizing problem overwhelmed the design, and the models were not able to help them out the way the girls wearing the harem pants (also horribly sewed) were able to. In real life this skirt should have a hidden side zipper. If they had sized correctly, I think this group would have beaten the harem pants hands down. I think a reversible wool pencil skirt in gray/camel is a fantastic wardrobe builder.

Here is the question: What is the expectation of this show on execution? It is not clear as in Project Runway that they are or are not being judged on how well they sew. It does not seem that they cast to execution; however, the studio audience could not get around the poor execution of the skirts in their scoring.

TLo, do you have any information on what the judges are to consider? What are the instructions given to the studio audience for their ratings?


I agree, I don't understand why they hated Kristin's so much. It's actually cute and I would totally wear that.


Fern's take is very interesting. I agree that Kristin's didn't deserve the bitch slap it got. And when I saw Keith's design, all I could hear was the voice of the Duchess saying "Slutty slutty slutty!"


The only really "sin" that Kristen committed was covering up what was supposed to be the "must-have" garment.

Other than that, it was a middle-of-the-road outfit.


I thought Andrew and Strawberry Shortcake had the two best designs in that group. The judges did make a good point that with Kristen's outfit, you couldn't even see the "must-have" piece, but in this case, I don't really think that's a bad thing.


Another shout out to the lighting, camera, and editing crew:

Who the HEYALL would've known that those skirts were blue if it wasn't for the stills?

And what EXACTLY is the chick's outfit with the red bolero? A skirt, a tube dress, or a two-piece?


Omg, Jem IS truly, truly outrageous! And I had SUCH a crush on her boyfriend Rio! lol

Not much to add really, I just noticed Fern using the word 'saleable' again. I know it is a real word, but so is 'sellable,' and looking at the 2 definitions I can't really see a difference between the two. Is there a reason she is always saying 'saleable'? It sounds weird to me. Maybe it's a regional thing, I dunno. Obvi not a big deal, just curious.


Jonny really did deserve to go. I winced watching his model try to mince down the runway. It looked like the skirt was causing internal injuries.


Gorgeous Things said...

"Fern's take is very interesting. I agree that Kristin's didn't deserve the bitch slap it got. And when I saw Keith's design, all I could hear was the voice of the Duchess saying "Slutty slutty slutty!"

I would like to state for the record to the Duchess: All I can say in reply is "Slutty slutty slutty!" and "Hoochie Mama" sells and sels BIGTIME!

TampaBay


I think that Kristin's styling choices hurt her more than her actual design. The tights and the shoes just did not work with what was otherwise a pretty inoffensive little outfit.


Andrew- The Y dart on the form is doing the exact opposite of what a dart is supposed to do. I don't get it. In the still picture the outfit looks pretty good though. Nice porportions, but very conservative.
Keith- Hmm, this looks like it might have come out of an old Ladies Circle article about how to make 15 resort looks with just a tube sock and a head scarf (each one requiring 100 separate accessories).
Anna- would have been much better with a longer skirt.
Kristin-I don't hate it. If forced to use a very short, very tight skirt, The loose flowy blouse is a good route to take, also the dark tights. I cannot get behind the white shoes though.


I disagree about the "Y" dart, TLo, I thought it looked hot! I thought it made the eyes go straight to the ta-ta's. Refined, yet a bit sexy. I would wear that outfit, absolutely.

Thanks for the pics - I was shocked to see the skirt color was Navy/Brown. I had thought it was like a brownish black on both sides.


Bravo, turn the light on, please!


BUTT UGLY HAREM PANTS!

Sorry, broken record, and for another post.

And, again, agree with TLO. Holly Hobbit's wasn't HORRIBLE, like those BUTT UGLY HAREM PANTS.

And, if you look at this whole collection, it wasn't that bad, except for the HORRIBLE fit issues.

And, yes, Jonny D's sins were so HORRIBLE that everyone cringed and voted him off, perhaps rightly sew.

BUTT, his design, while slutty, which we have now scene is a bit of his design aesthetic for women, if it had been FITTED correctly and the model able to walk, not hobble down the walk way, would not have been that bad, just slutty MEH. The execution was just horrible: bad boobs and tied thighs.

But those BUTT UGLY HAREM PANTS? Bad design and bad execution.

Still just rantin'

P.S. And this was a TEAM challenge, brought down by ONE bad apple. I think they picked on Sally Strawberry just to have someone else on the hot seat.

P.P.S. I just can't wait for another episode of TFS so I can rant about
something else.


I agree, Isaac was way out of line in acting like Kristin's outfit forcast the death of fashion or something.

Fern was right on the money with her critique: there was a little too much going on but it was fine.

I think the main problem with Kritin's look is that the stupid skirt was basically her concept and yet she went out of her way to make sure nobody could see it.


I don't disagree with the aufing decision the judges made, but I LOATHE the little red (chenille?) vest Strawberry Shortcake made. It makes it look like an outfit from the Breakfast Club. Ack.


I don't see why Kristin got such a horrible beat down for this look, considering that there were many more heinous looks on the runway. It's not the best, but at least it's different.


THANK YOU for your comments on Kristin's outfit. I actually really liked it. It's not something people of all ages would wear, certainly, but I thought it was one of the best in the bunch. There's something very youthful about it, and it seemed more 'complete' than the other outfits. Her outfit didn't make the two pound model look like a greased sausage, either, which is more than I can say for the others in this group.


I completely agree with you about Kristin's outfit. There was nothing about it that deserved the uber harsh smackdown the judges dished out. She did put together an interesting, unusual outfit and you could tell she was thinking creatively. -victoria


I'm just suprised that not one of the judges likened the skirts/dresses to spanx b/c the second I saw the fabric I thougth "i'm pretty sure spanx is a stable of underwear not outerwear".


Kristin's outfit was pretty horrible--it really looked like something pulled right out of the 1st edition of 90210.


SmartAss said...
BUTT UGLY HAREM PANTS!

Sorry, broken record, and for another post.

And, again, agree with TLO. Holly Hobbit's wasn't HORRIBLE, like those BUTT UGLY HAREM PANTS.


But those BUTT UGLY HAREM PANTS? Bad design and bad execution.

Still just rantin'

Please, continue to rant as it in entertaining and I agree 100%!

Stupidity gets to me more than a good idea tht just did not work for whatever reason.

Therefore I must ask for discussion purposes: Why in the world would you do ugly harem/safari pants when Ralph Lauren just did them equisitely as a center piece in his Spring 2009 collection?

TampaBay


Honestly, if you see how alot of teen and tween girls dress, Kristin's outfit falls more in line with the current styles.

At least to me. I don't know many young girls who would prefer a spanx skirt and a bra halter top.

Not unless they offer you a price.


TampaBay -- I agree that the Harlem pants were horrible. Just so not a staple and beyond awfully made. But to be fair about the Ralph Lauren comment, this episode may have been shot before his Spring 2009 line show had happened. I'm not sure about that though. Just no excuse though :-P.


Ally,

Harem/Safari pants can hide many figure flaws and done well are not a bad idea. However, if you cannot do something well in the alotted time peroid one is better of NOT doing it at all IMO.

TampaBay


TampaBay -- Completely agree. Which was a big reason these tube dresses/skirts were such a failure too. Not that it was a particularly inspired idea...


TampaBay said:
"I would like to state for the record to the Duchess: All I can say in reply is "Slutty slutty slutty!" and "Hoochie Mama" sells and sels BIGTIME!"

Agree! Just the very idea of a "must have" garment is speaking to everywoman, not to the rich patrons of high-end fashion.

PR's emphasis is making clothing for discriminating high-end customers who want a unique and elegantly flattering look. In contrast, the emphasis here, from what we can see, is creating something that sells to the larger public, perhaps mass-produced. And, for all we know, the judges' lack of attention to execution is because the mass-market manufacturer would just need to see a mock-up and then could take care of all those pesky details.

About Andrew's Y-dart - interesting idea, but it's too low. Lookes like it is made for older, low-hanging boobs, not young, high perky ones. (I can't believe I just wrote that.)


To another laura:

The runway for this group gave me agida as well.


Ally said...
TampaBay -- I agree that the Harlem pants were horrible. Just so not a staple and beyond awfully made. But to be fair about the Ralph Lauren comment, this episode may have been shot before his Spring 2009 line show had happened. I'm not sure about that though. Just no excuse though :-P.

5/13/09 1:27 PM


What did Harlem do to you?


C'est moi, c'est moi Lola

"Heather Mizrahi"

I'm still snickering at that guys.

I forsee Heather Mizrahi giving you dirty looks across the cafeteria if you two get invited to the finale party. Maybe seek some advice from Robert Best about some defensive/evasive maneuvers....

Can't wait for the next team posting!


C'est moi, c'est moi Lola said...
"Heather Mizrahi"

I'm still snickering at that guys.

I forsee Heather Mizrahi giving you dirty looks across the cafeteria if you two get invited to the finale party. Maybe seek some advice from Robert Best about some defensive/evasive maneuvers....

Can't wait for the next team posting!

5/13/09 2:04 PM


Did anyone ever catch LeMiz's doppleganger? I remember seeing him on a show and meeting Whitney Houston.

Sure she was probably as high as a Gucci bag in Saks, but dude totally pulled it off.


Hey T & L, why no critique of Jonny's outfit? Are you saving for a separate post?


Ha :). Sorry, it was just a typo.


Anonymous at 5/13/09 2:01 PM
said... What did Harlem do to you?

Anonymous- I aplogize to all of Harlem and Bill Clinton....I meant harem! LOL! LOL!

TampaBay


Ally said...
Ha :). Sorry, it was just a typo.

5/13/09 2:09 PM


Just messin' with'cha!

;0)


TampaBay said...
Anonymous at 5/13/09 2:01 PM
said... What did Harlem do to you?

Anonymous- I aplogize to all of Harlem and Bill Clinton....I meant harem! LOL! LOL!

TampaBay

5/13/09 2:10 PM


And don't forget Sylvia's. You know, the restaurant that BillOLiar was surprised that the patrons used forks and napkins.

LOL!


I am dying for the next episode so all of my suspended judgements about this show, its format, judging & contestants can be solidified into prejudice and carping!

At this point, I forsee idolizing Ms. Mallis as the person articulating the most substance and reason. "Heather" Mizrahi (good one!) would have to be consistently over-critical for me to abandon my like, after all, all previous fashion show judges make calls with which I agree & disagree. (& ya know, maybe it was the nuns in high school & their talent for raking one over coals, but I still am not seeing Heather M. as outrageously harsh as he's being commented here.)


formerlyAnon said:

"I am dying for the next episode so all of my suspended judgements about this show, its format, judging & contestants can be solidified into prejudice and carping!"

WAAAAAAAAAUGH!

ROFLMAO!!!!!


Isn't that y-dart in every pattern drafting book?


Anonymous said...
Isn't that y-dart in every pattern drafting book?
Yes, manipulating the darts on the bodice is one of the first pattern drafting lessons.


"Heather Mizrahi"

I heart you, TLo.

Nothing further to add, but -- tube skirt? So dorky. And, agreed re Strawberry's - it was best of the worst!


Well, aside from the dubious selections of "must have items", this one seemed to me to be the closest to the mark. It's great that the leader chose from his group to design the tube dress/skirt, but they would have been much better to stick with his original idea of a pencil skirt. You would think that the tube would be more forgiving to those without the construction skills, but apparently not.

I join the chorus with those not understanding what was so terribly offensive about Kristin's look. Very young and marketable, if not to my taste. Again, the biggest sin was minimizing the must-have item.


I agree, strawberry's was not the worst. I think it was youthful actually and maybe they just don't get that. It's a little street style of layering, piecing mismatching.. but it's not awful. I like her, keep her around.

The fabric, the skirts are just bad. Maybe I like strawberry's bec hers is hidden ahaha.


With all these too-tight items, have we determined if the dress forms or the models are the wrong size?


PS Truly the harem pant team should've been up for elimination too... or 2nd place worst item.


I didn't get their hatred either. I agreed with Fern Mallis that the skirt was a bit too hidden for a 'Must Have'. Otherwise they seemed more offended that they ought to.

And why is the skirt blue in one set of pictures but brown on the tv?


Polgarra said...
And why is the skirt blue in one set of pictures but brown on the tv?

Maybe the Duchess was playing a joke on Heather M. via photoshop?

TampaBay


Was I the only one who laughed out loud at the screen caption that says Anna is 30? Girl is 40 if she's a day.


I thought Kristin's look was hot and that's what all teenagers are wearing these days.


don't do that to Jem, she's a modern day saint. That girl is definitely not outrageous.


Ok, the emerging answer to the "What is being sold on Bravo, the item or a mass-produced version of it?" question is:

A mass-produced version, available in sizes 0 through 14.

Bravo is hastily building the "shop" portion of The Fashion Show web site as we speak. Prices are not up yet, but the main ideas have already been programmed in. The dress is purchased separately from the bolero jacket.


I can exactly track with why Kristen was so intent on pushing a tube skirt/dress. She was overwhelmed with the thought of having to send four (five?) looks down a runway featuring the piece. She didn't think a pencil skirt was versatile enough.

And then, she didn't think a single color would be versatile enough. She pushed the team to do too much and in the end, they made two-toned Ace bandages.

We've seen many demises of designers who hyperfocus on the approach to a challenge and completely forget about fit.


I was surprised that they put Kristin in the bottom two (I actually thought her outfit was kind of cute), but think it was the result of a flaw in the design of this first challenge. It was obvious that the "Rubik's Cube" dress was head and shoulders above the rest and deserved to win (never would have expected that from James-Paul; he had one of the worst LBDs). Therefore, according to the rules they'd established for this particular challenge, the bolero team had to win, even though it also included one of the most hideous, "chip" looks of the night (Lidia's). And for whatever reason, the tube skirt team was chosen by the audience as the worst, saving Team Harem Pant from having to defend their particularly heinous "must-have." Even though Kristin's was NOT one of the two worst outfits of the night, they needed to offer up a sacrificial lamb to the gods of reality show drama from Team Tube Skirt, rather than another more deserving contestant from a "safe" team.


MouseAnony said...
"Ok, the emerging answer to the "What is being sold on Bravo, the item or a mass-produced version of it?" question is:A mass-produced version, available in sizes 0 through 14. "

I checked out the "Rubick's Cube" dress on TFS shop site and the price was $199.99 USD.

The question IMO is quality. Is the quality mid to lower high end Macy's or QVC/HSN?

Mass production does not concern me but quality does.

TampaBay


I didn't think Kristin's design was that bad either. It didn't look as high-quality, no. But if you presented this to young women with money who wanted to do the whole dressing-up-by-looking-like-you're-dressing-down thing? Guess who's going to make some cash.

She's catering to a different market, and just because it isn't for the over-thirty group, doesn't mean you should bash it.


I can't wait for tomorrow. Somehow, I feel a train wreck coming on and it's just too delicious to pass up.

As for the whole too tight tube skirt, no matter how well some of these designers managed to make it work, I simply cannot get behind such a bad idea.


I would like someone to produce even ONE teenager these days wearing nude mini-skirts, tasseled vests, and flowy, drapey fairy tops. Yes, it's a youthful look...for 1992. Whoever said "Beverly Hills 90210" hit it dead-on.


TampaBay quoted MouseAnony: "Ok, the emerging answer to the "What is being sold on Bravo, the item or a mass-produced version of it?" question is:A mass-produced version, available in sizes 0 through 14. "

And and added:
"I checked out the "Rubick's Cube" dress on TFS shop site and the price was $199.99 USD."

So I went to my still-open Bravotv.com web page and hit the refresh button. Presto! The half-built page is now finished. Price of the bolero, which previously hadn't been added yet, is $99.00. The page appears to be fully functional now and ready to take orders.


TampaBay said...
"I really need to hand the crack pipe back to Nina because I am 100% lost.

Waht was the must have pieces for Team Keith....a beige tube skirt/dresss, a black tube skirt/dress or a navy tube skirt/dress?

It seems to me that in this challege the "Must Have" piece should have been identical on each runway collection look but styled in a different way for the desired occasion.

Am I missing something becuse I do not see it?"

You know, that bothered me, also. If you're going to buy a "must have" piece, it doesn't magically change colors in your closet. It has to stay exactly the same, and manage to be versatile enough to be worn several different ways.

If the designers were ripped for changing the color, that part clearly wasn't edited into the show. But they should have been ripped for it, and it should have been included in the show.

Yes, in the store, a piece might be available in different colors. But once you select one and buy it, you're building your wardrobe around IT. Five different looks with the same piece should have been five different looks with the SAME piece, fer cryin' out loud.

Two of the teams took liberties with this "same piece" idea, choosing to show it in different colors. Only the fugly harem pants were consistently shown in gray satin in all five looks. That's the team that should have won.


Anonymous, you hit it on the head. I wondered why I liked her look but thought it was off - hum, ya I like peasant wear, always have, but yes, I think Tory Spelling is till wearing this look. It is "high school past" and THAT alone with the fringe closure detail and the childish chenille fabric would have seriously ticked off LeMiz and it did, he went balistic, as we saw. Michael Kors would have dissed it too, but not as heatedly. (He has eyes too and wouldn't have missed the retro-ness of it.) I don't think there is a prayer she'll last with this type of response to her work; the cute red vest on top of a pretty flowy blouse was a decent effort but not fashion forward. Last point: the black stockings and white shoes were a boo boo on top of hiding the supposedly must-have skirt. She was hiding the skirt and I think that added to LeMiz' anger.


I thought Kristin's look was pretty cute and I can see enough of the skirt. The skirt on Keith's outfit was riding up on that poor model: look at the photo of her standing and the photos of her on the runway. Been there, and it's a horrible feeling. You just keep wanting to tug and pull at it lest your tootie make an unscheduled appearance.

Andrew's skirt was very nice and well done. This group doesn't seem to have the construction issues that the first group did. Even the Y dart was not badly done.


As a seamstress, I know that two of the easiest things to draft and sew are tube skirts and Hammer pants, yet two teams of "professionals" managed to fuck up both looks.

Not quite sure where this is going, but it's sure to be a trainwreck.


"Anonymous said...
As a seamstress, I know that two of the easiest things to draft and sew are tube skirts and Hammer pants, yet two teams of "professionals" managed to fuck up both looks. "

True, but you're not working under those conditions when you're drafting and sewing your skirt.


KRISTIN ROCKS!!!!!! WE LOVE YOU, KRISTIN!!!!!


"Yeah, there are definitely problems with it, but there's enough interesting stuff there that should have prevented the bitch-slapping that Heather Mizrahi gave her."

HeatherMiz was way too harsh, especially considering that the top looks like something that could easily fit into her fall collection.


Anonymous on 5/14/09 at 8:30 AM said: HeatherMiz was way too harsh, especially considering that the top looks like something that could easily fit into her fall collection.

The fall collection for Target? LOL! LOL!

TampaBay


Hey, don't down Target. Where I come from? We do our shopping at Salvation Army to make looks work. It's hard, but who has money? Fashion is about creativity, not how much you're spending on something and where you found it.





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