We're liking her. She's low-key without being boring (yet) and she seems creative, even if last week's effort was an insult to breasts everywhere. She certainly made up for it this week.
And we are totally digging the '68 model Streisand eye makeup, by the way.
The masterful dye and construction job on the skirt is the first thing you notice of course, but we really think that top is what makes the look.
It drapes beautifully and rather than disguise the burlap, it draws attention to it by saying "Hey, look how soft and drapey I made this potato sack look." We also really like the bands on the edges and the waist, which gave it structure.
To have such a beautifully constructed top AND a beautifully dyed skirt is what made this, to our way of thinking, the clear winner. We don't know what the judges were thinking on that front. It seemed obvious to us.
About the only criticism we can make is that the skirt is a bit too much of a tutu.
Still, after last week's boobtrocity, she came back strong and is making us think she's one to watch.
And speaking of one to watch, don't turn your back on Mila, darlings, she's a bit crazy.
Honestly, we don't know WHAT the hell happened there, but she went from the calm, cool, collected pro we assumed she was into a moody little sophomore in the blink of an eye. And for what? Because some model she barely knows didn't pick her for the dodgeball team? Honey, get a grip. Focus on your competitors. Who gives a shit what some model thinks?
Despite the high school drama of it all, she pulled together a knockout look.
This is exactly the kind of thing a model would wear to an "industry party;" short, tight, and at least a little bit of shiny.
The only thing is...
What the hell's going on there? Strange, because the rest of the dress is impeccably made.
And the detailing is gorgeous.
The only real issue is the slightly strange fit on this thing; loose and tight in weird places.
Still, she's also one to watch. Especially if there are sharp objects in the room. She can get a little testy.
Tim Gunn's Workroom:
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