Hey kids! It's Rancho Fabuloso TM Dan and Dean! In this special collector's edition boxed set, the globetrotting fashion pixies come complete with Rancho Fabuloso TM fashion ensembles and one animal companion for each, Lloyd the Llama and Zoe Zebra! Mix and match!
Lloyd the Llama and Zoe Zebra's Rancho Fabuloso TM fashion ensembles sold separately.
Kathy & Emil
Yeah. Those were the looks on our faces too.
"I like a little sage rolling when I'm creating because I feel like that's just when the ancestors come and spirits flowing through..."
"Your ancestors are drying out my contacts. You think maybe you could all catch up some other time?"
Kathy, no one likes to hear this, but your ancestors have questionable taste.
Aw, we're being harsh. It's not that bad. Wouldn't have been our pick for the win, but certainly salable and wearable with some style to it.
We're not supercrazy about the top.
And that belt. It pains us. The fabric choices were a great idea, but the way they utilized them - that faux primitive that's so hard to do well without looking cheesy - wouldn't have been our choice.
But the back is sexy and overall the look has nice proportions and a toned-down style. We're sure the halls of your ancestors are filled with cheering as they all catch up on their reality television viewing, Kathy.
Kevin & Akiko
Ugh. THIS one.
Not an awful person. Certainly we've seen far worse personalities rear their heads on reality television. Just absolutely the wrong personality for this type of show.
For one, his only concept of fashion design is what would look good on the floor next to the bed.
For another, he somehow got the idea that a fashion competition (normally a place for behind-the-back bitch-talking and vows-to-destroy in the Alexis Carrington mold) called for Survivor-esque smack-talking and fist-pumping. It got old super-quick and we predicted in the first episode that his elimination would come exactly when it did.
Props to Akiko for handling Kevin with professionalism and a sense of humor. She could have easily become offended or put off by his antics, but she dealt with them exactly the way they should be when the cameras are on you: dryly and with a roll of the eyes. It couldn't have been easy for her to remain drama-free, but she managed it.
I Dream of Jeannie: The Meth Years.
To be fair, the collar's got some interest.
But man, everything below that is a tragedy in clothing form.
He was actually very sweet in his post-elimination comments when he talked about his daughter. He just came into it with the wrong game plan is all.
Well. That, and the fact that he had no real fashion or design sense.
[Photos: BravoTV.com/Trae Patton - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blgospot.com]
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