Labels: Emil Gampe, Eric Cubeechee, Galina Sobolev, Kathy Rose, Launch My Line, Launch My Line Season 1, Launch My Line Season 1 Episode 7, Louanna Rawls, Merle Ginsberg, Thai Nguyen
WANT: This show to be better.
NEED: This show to be over.
Here's an idea. How about instead of stunt-casting the Wonder Twinks, Bravo just reaches back into the pool of talent they helped nurture and use them to host/judge the show? Kara Saun had more interesting things to say, made better connections with the designers, and showed more comfort and ease in front of the cameras than Dan and Dean did the entire season. And think how much time could be saved without the twins having to change their outfits every time the camera sets up? Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?
So congrats, Kathy and Emil, who had to come up with a look that went from company party to a hot night club opening.
I don't know what "company" this chick works for but it's got a pretty lax dress code, wouldn't you say? The jacket's fine but the top is slutastic.
We like the skirt.
But we hate THAT. Gals, answer this: would you wear a flip-up skirt? It's like reversible wrap dresses. Clever, but who the hell would wear that?
Eric and Galina: Religious event to a high society cocktail party
We don't actually hate this. Maybe it's just that it's probably the least offensive look they've put out so far. It's not exactly classy or demur, but it is for those two.
THAT's awful, though.
We like the fabric they chose for the top and we like the idea of a bejeweled collar, but these two elements don't go together as well as they should.
Merle and Thai: Company party to a high society cocktail party
Not a bad entry, all things considered. She should have really had this one in the bag, though.
The jacket's kinda bleh.
But that back is spectacular.
And that hem is weird.
Louanna and Jim: Baby shower to a movie premiere
The judges said that Louanna failed to make a suitable baby-shower-to-movie-premiere outfit. You know why, judges? THERE'S NO SUCH THING. Not that it excuses the weirdness of this design. For one, the colors are pukey. Who wears a shiny white pants suit over a shiny pink blouse? Gross.
For another, there's just way too much volume all over this thing. Volume on the jacket sleeves...
Volume on the blouse...
And volume in the pants. Honey, turn the volume down. Oh wait. They sent you home. Never mind.
[Photos: BravoTV.com/Trae Patton - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blogspot.com]
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