Okay! Let's get started.
Jay says, "My design aesthetic is very eclectic, I like things dramatic."
T Lo says: "Clearly."
T Lo also says, "No. No to this." Those are interesting fabric choices and he worked the hell out of them to get the garment he wanted...
But he really needed to step back at some point and rethink the tumors.
And hello! Could that be any tighter or shorter?
Could it, Heidi? We're asking you.
We're gonna chalk this up to an over eagerness to excite the judges. We think he's got potential, but he has to learn that you don't impress the judges by just throwing any old shit at your dress form.
Mila says, "I actually think that my experience has made me see fashion from different angles. I'm so ready to show the world what I can do."
T Lo says, "Permit us to make a blunt observation. This look isn't designed so much as it's styled."
It has a chic quality to it, when you take in the hair and makeup, jewelry and shoes.
But in terms of actual design; in terms of form and shape, it's pretty underwhelming.
What she's showing us with this look is that she has good taste and competitive technical skills.
And that she had a hard time editing her fabric choices. Seriously, honey. That's too much.
But aside from the styling and fabric choices, there's not a lot of meat to this look. Still, good taste combined with technical skills can get you far in this competition and she strikes us as a learn-as-you-go-and-course-correct type.
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