Absolutely bang on! As soon as I saw the back of that jacket I knew it was a winner.
So incredibly well deserved! I loved both looks.
Totally agree with this winner - you could tell he knew little girls, and he can tailor!
You guys don't sleep anymore do you? I'm shocked to see a post this early (of course I always check).I love Seth Aaron soooo much. He obviously knows kids better than any of them. He made a purse because his daughter at that age loved purses. What's his little model's favorite part? The purse. So cute.Also, I would cut someone for that jacket.
In. Love. I want that jacket. Want, want want want. WANT.
I'm going to have to take back what I said in the lounge about the watermelon pocket. It was done to death in the 90's for children's wear. But I haven't seen one make with grommets and zippers. Very cute. Love the adult look. The jacket is amazing. He does super neat work. He deserved to be in the top three last week too. Congratulations Seth!
GO SETH AARON :DHe's my favorite and his outfits were amazing! Fantastic jacket indeed!SA FTW!!!
BRAVO, SA. what AH-mazing outfits!that jacket will haunt my dreams.
Loved everything about these looks. I'd kill for that jacket. So glad to see my top two boys still on top. :)
TLo said.....Unlike most of the designers, Seth A didn't treat his li'l model as a burgeoning fashionista or cliched princess. He treated her like a real little girl and gave her clothes that real little girls would want to wear.This is because SA has a daughter who is the apple of his eye. This daughter collects handbags and has 200 in her collection. This is why he made a "Baby" hanbdag for the little girl. She, the little girl, told the Duchess the purse was the favorite part of her outfit.I thought the idea for this challenge was the worst in all pof PR but it turned out to be one of my all time favorites. TampaBay
It's funny, I haven't even watched this episode yet (but i can't stay away from Tom and Lorenzo's comments!) but when i saw the model, I thought--that's gotta be Seth Aaron! Oh, so THAT'S what a point of view looks like. I got it!Great job--so chic! And the little girl looked adorable.
I wonder if the kids had to give the outfits back at the end. Because I know that if Seth Aaron had designed that smokin' outfit for my three year old, she would cut a bitch before she handed it over. A well deserved win.
Any man who incorporates grommets into children's clothing while still keeping it sweet and fun is a man after my own fashion-driven heart. That jacket? Yes please! I'd even take the jeans if my ass was that skinny.Love me some Seth Aaron.Ginger
What no screen-caps of La Nina when the little girl said her favorite part of the outfit was the purse? I blurted out "Nina's ovaries just clenched!"
If SA hadn't knocked it out of the park so well I could have seen Jesse winning (I know, surprise to me too, but his look for child and adult were both wonderful, just not as much "what girl/woman wants to wear")The more Seth Aaron does the more I want to see him be the over-all winner, and I agree with the first post - as soon as i saw the back of that awesome jacket I knew he was the undeniable winner of the challenge too :^)
As much as I like his child's design, I can't help but think that (my fairly level-headed) mother would have never let me wear that as a child because she would have thought it was too tacky.
This is because SA has a daughter who is the apple of his eye. This daughter collects handbags and has 200 in her collection. This is why he made a "Baby" hanbdag for the little girl. She, the little girl, told the Duchess the purse was the favorite part of her outfit.=======I KNOW, right?How freaking cute was it that he said he was making her a handbag because little girls liked handbags and then that was her favorite part of the outfit. Children are the same all over.The more this show goes on, the more I want to hug Seth Aaron. He's like the adorable psuedo-punk guy I always wanted to date in high school all grown up.
Great job Seth Aaron!! So fantastic!
Another Suburban Mom said...I wonder if the kids had to give the outfits back at the end. Because I know that if Seth Aaron had designed that smokin' outfit for my three year old, she would cut a bitch before she handed it over. The children are probably all professional fit models/models/or actors. So they know they don't get to keep the clothes.
Seth A rocked this challenge. I've got him pegged as one of the finalists.
Seth Aaron, my dear,I. must. have. that. jacket. now.
I was initially worried when he picked stripes (so obvious!) but he worked them in such a way to make them graphically stunning.It was so interesting to me that the person with kids won the kids challenge. Emilio, even though I love him, seemed so out of touch with how girls want to dress. Seth Aaron never hesitated with his design or complained about having to do another look. I adore his attitude!
Clear winner. Wonder how much that jacket'll go for on the auction site :)
Seth Aaron did an amazing job. I really like both outfits.By the way, I can't thank you guys enough for the closeups. It's so nice to just stop and look at the garments carefully. I love you both : )
he challenge? Dress all of Heidi's children!ROFLMAO. You bitches never fail.Loved the jacket, the kid's outfit, the hair, the makeup, the attitude....great job, SA!
LOVE the big girl jacket. Yesplease!You know what else I'm starting to love? How genuinely sweet many of the contestants seem this season. This week, we saw Seth get excited about his work and get rewarded for it. Last week, Anthony (for the win) and Ben got a good deal of screen time, and both of them are so passionate about their work (and adorable!). I'd add to this list Amy and Jay, too. Even Mila seemed to loosen up a bit this episode. Call me a softie, but I kind of like it when the designers go all "fashion nerd" on us and appreciate each others' work.Melissa
Those outfits would be perfect for Gwen Stefani and her future daughter! Yes?
Seth Aaron's little model was adorable. Even the most misopedic's heart had to melt just a little when she replied that her favorite part of the outfit was the purse. I'm so glad SA took the win - definitely well-deserved.
I can't decide if Seth or Anthony is my favorite PR designer ever. I want a show that has the two of them doing anything, even cutting their toenails. They are the reality TV gold standard.How endearing was it when Seth was so excited to tell his daughter he won? As cute as the little girl's outfit was, that grown up jacket was absolutely special and cinched the well deserved win.
Yay Seth Aaron! Really covetable designs, with great execution. Want.
I loved this episode! No pushy stage moms in the workroom. Cute kids. And no tiaras!Seth Aaron was by far the best in concept and execution. He deserved this win.
The little girl is so cute and the mom is fabulous! Congrats, Seth Aaron! You rock!!
Loved it. And every week, I like him more and more.
Ha! Jinx, Jen, with the well deserved at 9:06.
i know its a bit trite to say it now but that jacket was A-MAZ-ingggg.
"Seth Aaron's little model was adorable. Even the most misopedic's heart had to melt just a little when she replied that her favorite part of the outfit was the purse. I'm so glad SA took the win - definitely well-deserved." -- JenIndeed!I swear, you could see Nina's heart grow three sizes when they did a quick cut to her after she held up the purse and gave a 40,000 watt kid-smile.I also just love how so many of the designers were scampering around and entertaining the children despite the whole "oh no kids, kids are scary" routine.Congrats Seth-Aaron. You kicked total ass.
another suburban mom said: Because I know that if Seth Aaron had designed that smokin' outfit for my three year old, she would cut a bitch before she handed it over. And now I have this vision of a 3 year old trying to cut a bitch with a pair of safety scissors. I was not looking forward to this challenge, but it turned out to be a lot of fun.Yay Seth Aaron.He's been my favorite from the start. If he keeps designing like this, he can wear all the Loverboy kerchiefs he wants and I won't complain.
Seth Aaron is so sweet! I loved how he talked about his daughter, how the petted the dog at Mood; he is such a nice guy, not to mention very talented. You bitches were right about him.
LOVE LOVE LOVE. I so want that jacket, and if I was a little girl I would totally want the kid's outfit. Seth Aaron, you rock! Plus, I think he and Anthony need their own show together.It seems the Seth Aaron haters are no more. Glad he won everyone over. I knew he would.
No Doubt said: Those outfits would be perfect for Gwen Stefani and her future daughter! Yes?Exactly! The styling drove that point right home.What's crazy is how much WORK Seth Aaron crammed into two days, and how flawless it all was. It makes it even harder to excuse a lot of the puckery and sloppiness from other designers.And from the color palette to the little purse (how adorable), it's clear that he really "thought about it."
SA made some great calls on the adult look - switched the fabrics on the bottom and top, not adding the pink. I agree that that jeans are very high waisted, but the model can pull them off.The girl's look as adorable without being cheesy. I know we aren't there yet, but I agree with others that Emilio was incredibly off base, and Captain Jack's was a pleasant surprise; particularly the little Madeline coat.
I want that jacket in the worst way! My twin 8yr-old girls would love the kid's outfit - well, the stylish one would.There hasn't been such a clear winner since Shirin's maternity look.
Seth A. knocked this one so far out of the park, Heidi, et. al., must have found themselves in Brooklyn.Seriously, I never had a doubt on the winner last night.I want the jacket, AND the hair.
Squeeeee!!!!!!!!!I am so happy for Seth Aaron-he is such a sweetheart-and I love, love, love his looks for this challenge. As TLo said, SA treated his little client as a little girl, and designed something that she obviously enjoyed wearing.Sydney was absolutely adorable in that hooded vest.Love his big girl jacket. I would wear that in a heartbeat.
so glad seth was the winner. i am not alone in loving that jacket. it was FAB.
I LOOOVE that jacket! I want it so badly except my rack would totally kill the design. xD Still, DO WANT!! His was definitely the best.
Not just a challenge winner -- this was the best thing I've seen on the runway in this entire season -- OR LAST. Actually, the runner-up Jay's was pretty close -- he picked a bad week, as that was the SECOND-best outfit of the past two seasons, IMHO.
This is where having kids was a plus. He understood immediately what a little girl would wear, what she wanted, and that her Mom wouldn't want to look just like her. (BTW, he owes a debt to TG, who told him to not use pink in the adult design.) Plus, that kid was freaking adorable. I do wonder, did they make those poor little girls stand there for the whole judging like the models? That is TORTURE for a 5-9 year old. At least hand them a DS!
I was very intrigued by this episode - 95% of my sewing is for my two daughters, age 9 & 5. As soon as I saw what Seth was doing, I knew he hit it out of the park. Every note of both outfits were perfect.My girls would have been all over that purse, too - if I make something, and don't make the accessories to go with it? Man, am I ever in trouble. Both my girls have been divas since they were 2.
Great designs. That little girl was so adorable! And I love the fact that SA's own 4 year old daughter has collected over 200 purses.Congrats - very well deserved.
Seth looks like a young Mel Gibson. Drooool.
I loved these outfits! The little girl looked adorable and it was super smart to make a purse. Not many little girls don't love accessories. And the mom jacket was beautiful. I'm sure you guys are exhausted but I'm LOVING all the posting you're doing lately.
Seriously that little girl was the cutest child I have ever seen. When she was waiting on the runway looking up at SA and the model, or when she used the purse line? I basically wanted to jump into the tv and kidnap her.I couldn't have agreed more on the win - it was just so above and beyond. I loved both looks, and I just felt like it was quite an accomplishment for Seth Aaron to create a child's piece that legitimately looked like something a child would deem fashionable, and a mother would probably allow, and that still managed to have his voice in it. Also while I'm kidnapping that child I want to kidnap him too and hug him. I know you can't really tell what people are like on TV, but I'm gonna venture and say his daughter is very lucky to have that daddy :)
I thought both looks were great. As has already been said to death, the adult jacket is terrific. My only dislike on the kid's outfit was the "SA" on the star. I found it distracting since I'm not a fan of designer names on garments (despite the CK briefs I have on right now). I saw it and thought "SA? What's that? Sweet Apple? Sassy Ann? Smart Ass?"But the big houndstooth print combined with the chunky zipper was excellent. The big zipper really made it a winner for me. Kids would love that.TLO said...Dress all of Heidi's children! Never change, my Darlings. You make me smile and laugh so much.
At this point Seth could win this season and I would have no problem with it. He made real kids wear, not the Sunday dress or the Easter or the outfit a child in a storybook wears, a real functional kids outfit. Loved the adult companion outfit as well. It complimented without being too matchy matchy.
Totally the best. I swore if he didn't win, I'd never watch again. Of course, I've said that before and they keep drawing me back in. I need that jacket. NEED, do you hear me???The challenge...dress all of Heidi's children. HILARIOUS.
Terrific challenge, I thought (even though "twist" was entirely predictable). They clearly got into it, for the most part, and did some good work. But this was just wonderful, thoughtful, and charming.And the Duchess quoting A Chorus Line on the runway was priceless.
This was a great challenge...challenge being the optimum word.... those designers were faced with a real challenge of dressing children and then the curveball of the adult design. I really enjoyed it, and got just a bit tired of the moaning and groaning from a few corners...This separated the wheat from the chaff!!Have you noticed how little Seth Aron complains... he just goes about his business and produces magic. The jacket was extraordinary, and I am sure will go down in the pantheon of best designs produced for the show... right up there with the Chrysler building!
I too loved this outfit, but not without reservation. The very short mom jacket, with the high-waisted jeans, would not be wearable by 99% of the mom population. Gwen Stefani, yes. But most of us, even the fit ones, find that our pelvis/hips/middle spread after a kid... I'm not sure that even Heidi could carry this one off. But if it were put into production as a slightly longer shape, oh yeah, I want one.
Wow, what to say. SA did a terrific job and I knew he had it won when he said "stretch cotton" at Mood. And those are NOT mom jeans. No elastic or pleats anywhere. Please, TLo, it takes more than a lack of crack to make mom jeans.There are girls who want to dress like Emilio's dress. Otherwise, who on earth is buying all of those Disney princess dresses?
I feel it must also be noted that Seth designed that woman's jacket WITHOUT A SKETCH!Seth Aaron did that without a sketch beforehand.
From Sewing Siren:"The children are probably all professional fit models/models/or actors. So they know they don't get to keep the clothes."Actually, on the model show that follows, all the adult models had to teach the little girls how to model. And then they hung out with them in Central Park. It was sweet.
LOVED. IT. Was jumping up and down on the couch last night when he won!
Holy Shit that man can SEW. And design, too - but holy shit - he and PPS can sew as fast as most of us can think.
Epilonious said: I also just love how so many of the designers were scampering around and entertaining the children despite the whole "oh no kids, kids are scary" routine.I noticed that, too. The kids were actually really good from what we could see, so that surely helped.
Actually, I don't think I have ever seen a contestant on PR doing what I most remember about sewing - picking out a seam that I sewed wrong.
"dress all of Heidi's children!"Hah!I've already admitted my small crush on S.A. He shows confidence without arrogance (which on a reality show is awfully refreshing). And though he believed in his design going in, he re-evaluated and edited as went along, and had enough flexibility & creativity to shift gears, going from striped pants with black jacket to striped jacket with black jeans. Plus, he went from the most kidcentric look to an actual grown-up look (as opposed to giving us a mommy dress with watermelon pockets).(I only didn't love the jeans; I think something about them threw the proportions of the whole look off a little. . . but in the end it didn't matter -- it was all about that killer jacket.)The little girlies were adorable. Thank heaven for leetle gerls!(And thank heaven we didn't have to see their stage moms!)
I pre-judged SA before the start of the season to be an arrogant, rock n roll wannabe just like Jeffrey from Season 3. I was completely off the mark. I went from thinking he's not so bad afterall, to he's really a pretty sweet guy, and now to I think I have a crush on him!! He was so adorable with that little girl. That he knew she'd be most excited about a matching purse - how cute was that! Loved the big girl jacket. The jeans not so much, but they looked okay on the model, and everything else was so right about both looks, there could be no question he'd win.
another suburban mom said: Because I know that if Seth Aaron had designed that smokin' outfit for my three year old, she would cut a bitch before she handed it over. to which Maura said: And now I have this vision of a 3 year old trying to cut a bitch with a pair of safety scissors.LMFAO. And now I have to wipe up the coffee that just sprayed out my nose. And I, too, would cut a bitch for the big girl jacket. But I ain’t using no safety scissors.
I WANT that jacket right now. Seriously love it. I was already leaning that way, but I think I'm officially on Team SA.
WE had gotten back just in time for the runway. That was an amazing jacket.What I liked about this challenge was how they weren't suppose to simply make matching "mommy" version of the outfits. They made outfits that fit thematically and that's all. That is very clear in SA's ensemble. 2 very different outfits that go togetherFrank
He had a top 3 kids outfit and THE top adult outfit. So glad. And, as always, it is so pleasant to watch a grown up who can act like a mature - even kind - individual.Bit of an advantage to be a father.Now, I will bite my tongue and never mention it again after this post. I swear: Darling, that hair puts 7-10 years on you and just looks stupid. Color it if you wish, but matte black flatters no one and should be confined to the teens & early 20's. You look like you are hanging on to the past too hard. And there is no reason for it!
Another Suburban Mom . . .Maura. . .Hahah!!
Also, how cool would it be to have a dad that sewed like that? His daughter's a lucky little apple.
My first thoughts on Seth A's ideas came while they were in mood shopping. Those first thoughts were "What insane man works so hard to put black-n-white herringbone on a little girl? This will be AWFUL!"Then he started construction and the thoughts changed to "I know about a dozen little girls that would bodycheck their best friends into a wall for that outfit"One of the few judgings that I absolutely agreed with. Seth A is definitely becoming a favorite for me as the weeks go on.
I have to admit my initial impression of Seth Aaron was based on his looking a shade too much like ALP.which was very, very wrong of me because as each episode progresses, he shows himself to be the antithesis of the PR3 winner.When his outfits went the runway last night, I knew he'd nailed the win. It was just too perfect a look for both child & adult. His understanding of lil' girls showed so well, loved that he gave her the purse that she loved!so, yes, Seth Aaron could win the season & I'd be more than ok with that. He seems to be a class act and that's really welcome!srqand a pox on the NBC folks who put men's skating up against PR. Isn't NBC owned by the company that owns Bravo....I smell bitchery with the scheduling:oP
@Mlle GateauI'm so glad I'm not the only one who squeed at the Duchess channeling A Chorus Line during the judging panel. :D
I think the Duchess should design a children's clothing line and call it - wait for it - KORS LITE! Whaddya think? Hello? Hello? Is this thing on?
Lulubelle said, "Seth A. knocked this one so far out of the park, Heidi, et. al., must have found themselves in Brooklyn."Yes: Heidi, Nina, and the Duchess all spent the night here. Big party! I just sent them home following a breakfast of Junior's cheesecake and Brooklyn Lager. (Tory Burch was not invited to stay over.)
Excellent job. Seth Aaron has a daughter, so I know how much this challenge meant to him. Very proud of him.Clothes per se are not my style, though they are VERY well made. Totally deserving of the prize.Which ones I would have bought at either age? Probably Emilio's. Or Anthony's. Or Jesse's. Or perhaps Jay's. But Seth Aaron did a good job- meets challenge and clothes are VERY well made.
I ADORE that jacket! I want it so bad! I'm more and more impressed with SA every week. He's a sweet guy and makes some awesome pieces. The outfit he made for his little girl just rocked. I would definitely wear it if I were a 7/8/9 year old.I was also really impressed with the coat Jesse made for his little girl. It was a very good challenge for them.
I love these outfits!!! The whole time I was watching him make the girl's outfit, all I could think was how much my daughter would want that. And that jacket... he could build an entire line on that jacket and I'd be thrilled!.I really didn't think I'd like SA at the beginning of the season, because I generally don't like PR's "rock" designers. Some of them have been very fashionable, but their work isn't attractive. I don't care about your concept or POV if the garment isn't pretty at the end. SA has found the perfect blend between edgy and still pretty to look at. He's rapidly becoming my favorite.
I also thought this was the clear winner coming down the runway, and deservingly so. I admit I was one of those that pictured SA as a bit of a poseur before this started, but he's won me over, he really comes across totally genuine. He's obviously very good at cutting and sewing too, and that jacket is great (although I'm not in love with the graphic b&w pattern). I'm just not sure about his very defined derivative aesthetic, and how that could hold him back at his age.He did a great job here. Personally, I would have picked up Jay's for the child's outfit. And SA doesn't work in reality as a whole look (a heavy wool vest would be a winter piece and worn with long sleeves I guess). But who cares, the separates work, it was beautifully done and the purse was a very smart touch (my daughter just spend her first -Tooth Fairy- money on a Little Marc by Marc Jacobs purse, for a grand total of $8).I also really enjoyed the episode. Lots of fun, and was it my impression but there was more time spent on the workroom and the design and execution process?-Don
Love SA's outfits. Can we please also further discuss the AWFUL Tory Burch as a judge?? She's a cardboard cutout with absolutely nothing to say--'blue and orange don't go together'...'any little girl would wear that'.... Figure these were the best sound bites they could dig up, and they sucked. How does this woman have a career? Oh yeah, money and privilege...
My daughter (who is 10) and I watch PR together every week, and she was beside herself when she found out it was kids this week. We were rooting for Seth Aaron, simply because his kid model was named Sydney, which is my daughters' name, too! It was great when little Sydney walked down the runway and my Sydney told me that she would totally wear that if it was made in her size!Well done, Seth Aaron!
Congrats, Seth Aaron! That jacket is just perfect in every way. And the little girl's outfit was just adorable. But now I want to know what happened with Maya? She didn't get knocked off this week, so why didn't she do a decoy collection? I'm counting on you boys to ferret this out. Inquiring minds want to know!
raisin mountaineer said... I too loved this outfit, but not without reservation. The very short mom jacket, with the high-waisted jeans, would not be wearable by 99% of the mom population. Gwen Stefani, yes. But most of us, even the fit ones, find that our pelvis/hips/middle spread after a kid... I'm not sure that even Heidi could carry this one off. Oh my God how depressing it would have been (at least for me) that they'd have though: okay, so this jacket is for a mom, so instead of doing it like this, I'm going to make it longer, and wider and whatever? Design a jacket for a mom? I'm a mother and I can perfectly wear that jacket, so could lots of mothers I know. And the ones who wouldn't, would most possibly not have worn it before momhood either. What with straightjacking people? There is not A way to be dress like just because you've happened to produce a child...-D
Bluefly needs to have him make and sell this jacket. It would be a hard choice for me between the jacket and rent for the month. The jacket would win. And the little girl's outfit was definitely the best of them all, the one that looked the most like something a child would wear! Emilio's was kind of Stepford to me. I threw up a little bit in my mouth.
HOW ON EARTH did Seth sew all that adult outfit in one day?!?!? His technical skills bowl me over. Loved both outfits!---Aunt Dee
Both outfits were excellent. I had two little girls (long ago...) and they would have killed for that hoodie. It was perfect. Also loved that mommy jacket. It was really interesting how SA took that little houndstooth and sort of expanded it into that fabric design. The pants were fab, too, much like the suit pants he made last time. I'm glad he got some recognition for them. Brilliant. I knew he nailed it the second they come around the corner.
I agree with all the love -- but the screenshots make me rethink the pockets.From a distance they looked like watermelonsUp close -- more like dental implants.Still beautiful, though.
A request:Since you have the platform to do so, can you please, please, please publicly rip Tory Burch a new one for saying that blue and orange are "not complementary"? As PROFESSIONAL DESIGNER, for chrissakes, she should know that blue and orange are literally the DEFINITION of complementary--they are directly opposite one another on the color wheel!Yes, I understand that she was probably saying the specific shades & tints did not work together in Amy's design (i.e. not "complimentary"), but a slip up like that is totally unforgivable coming from a professional in an artistic field! I almost threw something at the TV when she said that last night.Signed,An Outraged Art Teacher :o)
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The challenge? Dress all of Heidi's children!We are as one. I had almost exactly the same thought when those little girls came out.Seth Aaron had this one in the bag. His design was so clearly the winner that the moment the models walked out from behind the scrim, I'm surprised Michael and Nina didn't just stop the show right then.
I didn't get to watch last night (I was watching the Olympics - Men's Figure Skating where they had their own cracky judging problems), but I digress: Love this outfit. THat jacket it killer. And I love that he dressed the little girl like a little girl - rather than an extra in a music video.--GothamTomato
That jacket is stunning, and I love the jeans. I'm not a fan of the watermelon pockets for the kid. I see those at Target all the time.
I just don't get the appeal of Tory Burch, her clothes and her "pirate" shoes (as my daughter calls them). At her school, Tory Burch pirate shoes = mean girl. Without exception.She added nothing to the judging.
I loved how last night's episode opened with the continuation of the love affair between Seth Aaron and Anthony. They are the Princess Puffysleeves/Sissy Bear magical pairing of the season, and, as with those two, I would totally watch a show featuring them on fabulous and funny fashion adventures. Seth Aaron + Anthony = OTP!I wanted to smack Jesse and Emilio for saying that little girls don't want to wear clothes like the outfit Seth Aaron was creating. (Why do people insist on putting little girls in pink frou-frou? Drove me crazy when I was a little girl, and drives me crazy now. That's not designing, that's being lazy and unthoughtful.) I loved that Seth Aaron let their utterly clueless and needlessly snarky comments just roll off of his back.We've seen zipper edging before, but I don't think we've seen it done as well as Seth Aaron has done it here. And the styling on the little girl was adorable. The one weak point is the jeans, but I think that might've been because of a lack of time (my god, the work that went into that perfect jacket!). He seemed to design the little girl's outfit with real love; he must miss his daughter fiercely.I completely adore him. He seems really sweet and funny and has a good attitude, on top of being a hard worker with a clear vision and the skills to match. He's confident without being arrogant, and he backs up his confidence with excellent work.I think Seth Aaron's the one to beat in this competition. My writing that may've jinxed him retroactively. I hope not, for he is awesomeness.
I wanted to smack Jesse and Emilio for saying that little girls don't want to wear clothes like the outfit Seth Aaron was creatingWhat did they say? I missed that.
That jacket is giving me goosebumps
Gotham, I agree there was serious crackhead judging for those olypmics!! But as for PR IWANTTHATJACKET!! He really nailed this challenge so well deserved!!
@Alizarin -- yes yes yes on the complementary colors! Orange and blue are a perfect example, duh.
So well deserved. The overall output was pretty strong, but Seth Aaron's still was a stand out. I was worried when it seemed like some of the other designers were trying to get too matchy and then picked fabrics that were "off". His child model was adorable. My only little complaint is that weird hair on his adult model.I would love to know how heavy that houndstooth is - I have been looking for a heavy knit like that.
As soon as I saw that jacket coming together, I knew he had it in he bag. I need to take this point to publicly apologize to SA for all of the sassy comments that went through my head during our pre-judging session. He has proven himself to be fun, wonderfully talented and a professional competitor.Ben is still my sentimental favorite, but Seth Aaron has what it takes to win this whole thing.
I've called it...Seth Aaron FTW.I fell asleep last night only to wake up to them naming him the winner.By far, one of the best entries seen in AGES.
Since you have the platform to do so, can you please, please, please publicly rip Tory Burch a new one for saying that blue and orange are "not complementary"? As PROFESSIONAL DESIGNER, for chrissakes, she should know that blue and orange are literally the DEFINITION of complementary--they are directly opposite one another on the color wheel!I totally agree. I was dumbfounded that a designer would say something so incredibly ignorant. My jaw hit the floor.Hooray for Seth Aaron! I never was a SA hater, but I am loving him more and more in each episode. His little model was super cute.
I want that jacket. I want the little one for my niece. And I want Seth Aaron to come over for dinner, because he seems like such a genuinely nice guy.Did I mention I want that jacket?? I haven't coveted a PR design like this since the seat belt jacket Korto made.
OMG-I WANT that jacket--and both my granddaughters would adore the little outfit.Didn't you love how the little one loved the purse? Huge, huge triumph. Going back to look again at his earlier ourfits.
Birdie said:"The more this show goes on, the more I want to hug Seth Aaron. He's like the adorable psuedo-punk guy I always wanted to date in high school all grown up."Oh My - that's it, isn't it?? He's the guy listening to the Cure and OMD when everyone else had an REO Speedwagon concert T-shirt that I secretly crushed on - Except less surly.
Daxx said..."I need to take this point to publicly apologize to SA for all of the sassy comments that went through my head during our pre-judging session. He has proven himself to be fun, wonderfully talented and a professional competitor."***********************************Me, too, Daxx! And I hope it's not too late to join the Seth Aaron fan girl club. I've actually been rooting for him for the last couple of epis and fell in deep like at the second challenge when he called out to Anthony, "Where's my brown sugar?" Love his designs. Love his spirit. And love the fact that he's 100% real. Btw: I, too, knew that his grown-up look was awesome from the back. I also loved the fact that he was so freakin' confident about his grown-up look that he didn't need to do a preliminary sketch (I'm still dyin' over the curved hem). Congrat's, Seth Aaron.edina
There wasn't even a question in my mind. What an awesome design! I'm really liking Seth Aaron more and more as the weeks go on ... :)
I'm reserving judgment until I've watched this again with my 5 year old daughter. (We've never watched Runway together before so I figure this is a good place to start). I have a horrible feeling that she's going to go for Amy's clown trousers (she does colour in a BIG way). I find the complete turnaround in people's reactions to Seth Aaron interesting. I think it's because there's such a huge disconnect between his personality and his Keith Richards-lite wardrobe. He so obviously isn't a bad boy that he initially seemed fake and either a poseur or a wannabe. The 'mutton dressed as lamb' hair doesn't help either. I think he needs to start channeling David Bowie instead.
So last week when his Marie-Claire suit walked out I gave a little gasp - give me a man who can turn out the tailoring, yes sir. And then! That kid's outfit was right on - walk through a kid's department in a store and you'll get an appreciation for just how bad it is out there. Really well done. And then! I swooned over the mom outfit - jacket and jeans. Love them both - sharp as hell.I thought this was a great episode. I will wait for the Amy post to unleash my fury at some of the judging comments there.
I haven't always liked Seth A's look from week to week, but I loved this one. Both of them. That jacket is just so amazing. I disagree about the jeans being Mom Jeans though, I mean Mom Jeans do not have that much hardware on them, nor are they so tight!
Edinamonsoon said:Me, too, Daxx! And I hope it's not too late to join the Seth Aaron fan girl club. I've actually been rooting for him for the last couple of epis and fell in deep like at the second challenge when he called out to Anthony, "Where's my brown sugar?" when Seth Aaron said that to Anthony I just melted and by the end of that episode I was in serious like with SA!
In. Love it. I want that jacket. Kudos to Seth Aaron for carrying himself like a true pro. I get so worn out with some of the more drama queen types who use rudeness and a snarky attitude to carve their way, only to be justified in their behavior by everyone with the explanation that "So and so has the attitude for this industry...." Enough already. Let's take good manners off of the endangered species list.
Can I just say I told you so? ;)
Remember in the beginning when I said I agreed Seth Aaron had a kinda Jeffrey vibe but that wasn't necessarily a bad thing?No, of course you don't. That was weeks ago, and there've been approximately 2 million comments made since then. But I did. And see? He does kinda have some of the same aesthetic, but it isn't at all a bad thing. :)Anyhow... I have to admit I was a little worried when he said "houndstooth" and "black and white", but once I saw all the details he put on the hoodie (hoodie! so cute!) I was totally sold. Those pockets? And the star? Yeah, it's got his initials on it, but it's hardly the only branded kid clothing out there. Plus the cute striped shirt peeking out? And with the little punk touches and everything! And then the purse was just the delicious icing on the already lovely cake.And, of course, the jacket on the adult model is just amazing. I like the jeans, too, which he wisely made just interesting enough to not take attention from the jacket without actually being boring.Such a deserved win. It wasn't the only outfit I liked, no, but it was definitely pretty freaking cool. And how great was his reaction to winning?
SA is spot on. Mini SA's outfit is charming, comfortable and cute. And practical for mom too. Any girl, at least any girl who tolerates a skirt, would wear that and love it.We all know now that Tory Burch is not "complementary," but what's with her outfit? I have a smallish TV, so perhaps I couldn't see that well. What was with the ugly lacy top and the garish earrings which were, well, uncomplementary to the top?
Daxx said..."I need to take this point to publicly apologize to SA for all of the sassy comments that went through my head during our pre-judging session. He has proven himself to be fun, wonderfully talented and a professional competitor."yes, I started to really change my mind about Seth Aaron when he had such a professional attitude toward his "real woman" during the heart challenge - 180 degree difference from some other designers with the rockerboy look.You can add me to the SA fangirl group! He's a lovely example of professional, which has been lacking in [ahem] more recent seasons.And thanks Gotham Tomato for calling the Olympic mens skating judging for what it was - crack judging on an international level. bleh.srq
notice, also, that Seth said his adult jacket was a reflection of the houndstooth in the kid outfit, and sure enough that pattern on the jacket was a blow-up of a houndstooth pattern. very clever, very artistic, very subtle, beautifully done.
I love Anthony...and so does everyone else I know who sews!!! As for last night...While I do agree that Seth Aaron's little girl outfit with the grommets and trim was way cute and his big girl top was outstanding. [The minute I saw it in the workroom during Tim's walk-through I knew it was a knockout piece.]There's a but coming....But... I thought Jay Nicolas Sario's had the most striking, innovative designs. In my opinion, Sario should have won this challenge and Seth Aaron second. Furthermore, I didn't think Amy deserved to be in the bottom two. Her polka dot petals were not something I'd wear but they were interesting.
I loved the adult woman's outfit, though not quite sure if I could pull it off myself. Beautiful jacket.I think that I loved the child's outfit even more. I could tell that he had a little girl because he knew exactly what little girls like and look for. He was also able to keep it age-appropriate - fun and whimsical and comfortable, which is important for kids. Little girls don't want to be modeling avante guard designs that itch. They want something comfortable and cute with personality.
Nicely done. It is a sweet set of outfits and a deserved win, but for some reason I can't muster any more enthusiasm than that.You hit the nail on the head when you predicted that this week was going to be one long Lifetime Television for Women moment. I almost didn't make it through the even more snooze-inducing MotR thereafter. Oh, well. Bravo tended to err on the side of being crass and tacky. I suppose it's not the end of the world if Lifetime errs on the side of feminine hygiene instead.
I love the mommy look, but I think the little girl looked so awkward in her outfit. Am I alone on this? I think it would've been more appropriate for a girl a couple years older.
Now if he could only give up the black nail polish...
I've loved Seth Aaron from first sight...both as a fella that seems really sweet, and as a designer. I'm SO happy he got the win!I knew his chances were good when I saw that jacket...a collective "oooohh" was heard at my house!And the little girl's outfit was awesome...something I would pick out for a friend's kid (since I have dogs), for sure.Yay!!!!
Living here in Portland, OR, it was kind of funny to see the girl from Portland auf'd while the guy from Vancouver (just across the Columbia) get the win. Hooray for the PAC NW! And that jacket was to die.
What was the issue with the judging? I saw most, but not all. Johnny Weir could have been higher but the commentators said that based on the criteria/elements it was reasonable? Was there some other controversy?
And he's super-cute. There! I said it! I know the show wants us to think he's annoying, but I think he's dishy and charming.
one thing i really like about seth aaron is that he doesn't do the 'i'm straight' thing so many other straight male designers have done in the past. if his kid is relevant, he mentions it, but other than that he is living it up and playing with anthony. it's refreshing to see a straight male designer secure enough to do that.
I loved Seth Aaron's, too. No complaints at all! It was his daughter that won it for him, I think. I mean, I remember at about five, I had white patent leather mary janes with a matching purse and I thought I was the coolest thing ever! (Early 80s *shrug*)Emilio's, well, a darker pink and a better fit would have made it looks less communion-ey. It was a bit too loose and too long, which didn't help matters any. Even a sash would have helped! His model was adorable, but she looked like she could've tripped over that long skirt too easily. He went for 'classic' which is fine, except the color choice made it blend into the background. If he'd made it the same pink as the 'mom' dress, it would have stood out more.
Oh, boys... usually everything you say is right on, but in what world are dark wash skinny jeans with grommets up and down one leg Mom Jeans, or even near them? Cripes, if those are Mom Jeans then all my 30- and 40-something friends and I must be wearing Grandma Jeans.
I loved Seth's Mom outfit and please get a contract with Target so that I can buy it! I think he won purely for that fantastic jacket -- and I think he deserved to win for it.Sacrilege but I didn't love his child's outfit. It reminds me way too much of the Hannah Montana styled girl's clothes from a couple of years ago...really nothing new about it. Although kudos for making the purse. I still remember my butterfly purse from when I was that age!
mochizuki-senpai 2/19/10 10:59 AM "I wanted to smack Jesse and Emilio for saying that little girls don't want to wear clothes like the outfit Seth Aaron was creating."Emilio is not exactly setting the world on fire to talk so much smack. I think he's an okay guy personality-wise, but aside from the first win, he hasn't done anything spectacular since, with the exemption of the burlap sack dress.
Seth Aaron needs to design a line for little girls. His sense of what they would want to wear is spot on and I seriously want to dress my 10 1/2 month old little girl in that outfit. OMG THE CUTE.And hey, as I am old enough to have made some bad fashion choices in the 80's, I really hate skinny jeans. But those? I want them. Now.
Oh, and SA deserved the win because he made PANTS! PANTS, people! He made pants last challenge, too...I wish they would have a pants-separate challenge. That'll separate the men from the boys (and girls).
watched the show several times. Did not notice Jesse saying anything of the sort "mochizuki-senpai 2/19/10 10:59 AM "I wanted to smack Jesse"
Loved Seth Aaron's outfits.He designed the little girl's for her while still going to his happy place with well placed grommets (thanks for not putting them on the hood again). Yes, the star and watermelon pockets were a bit tacky for adults, but preschoolers eat that stuff up. The matching purse made it a complete winner. Jay's was more fashion forward (in terms of color and design) and Jesse's was more dressy, but they both were designs that the mom would purchase. Where as Seth's was something a 4 y/o would pick out for herself.Also loved the grown up version. I loved how the asymmetrical zipper echoed the vertical pattern. Did anyone noticed how Seth is incorporating Mila's color blocking (with his fabric choice) and Emilio's appliques? I haven't viewed much of his past portfolio but how cool is it that he's filtering their influences into his elegant rock vibe. I agree this is so Gwen Sefani (and something that works in Blade Runner).The front runners are starting to pull away from the pack...Jay and Seth.
Oh, and another thing about Seth's thoughtfulness as a designer (not to mention his experience as a dad). What was the first thing he said about how he conceived of his design? He chose comfort and a soft fabrics, unlike Jonathan, whose child model complained of the outfit scratching/cutting under her arm. This is not unusual with kids and their developing nervous systems. When my son was little he had what were termed "sensory integration" issues and things like tags in tee shirts and seams in socks drove him absolutely nuts (we cut out the tags and he wore his socks inside out!).
THESE are "mom jeans."http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_EEDwXC0iqLg/SpHlMWOGLPI/AAAAAAAAEDI/wKHkcWRPc10/s400/MomJeansSNL.jpg
My daughter (who is 11) picked this one as the winner. She said she would wear it. You could tell he has a kid.
Congrats, SA. What a great pair of looks. They were pitch perfect. I don't usually like the kind of shoulder that he used on the black and white jacket, and haven't liked it in his other looks, but it works great here. My only quibble with you, TLo, (and it isn't even a bitter one) is that those pants are not on the verge of mom jeans. No way, no how.The little girl's outfit is cute, cute, cute. Seth Aaron is rapidly became the designer to beat, much to my surprise.
That jacket has to be one of my all time favorite pieces, as Tim would say, in the history of Project Runway. Seth Aaron is bringing it. Clear point of view, innovative styling and details, flawless tailoring and execution.
Mom jeans? You must know some hot moms. Only woman with a model's figure (regardless of maternity) can really carry off SA's jeans, and more power to her.And yeah, it was so obvious that SA was the winner the rest of the designers could have taken the night off.
I.WANT.THAT.JACKET.NOW!Both designs were beautiful! I can't say enuff about how lovely his work is and what a sweetie he seems to be. Good job =D
That's a serious honkin saddlebag on the "mom's" left hip/thigh .. back view.
I don't know that I agree that his being a Dad was THAT much of an advantage - yes I sure it helped, but I think it is more because HE LISTENS and THINKS and has taste and skills. I have no kids but am an aunt and buy for them and for friends' kids. Parents have told me that their kids like comfort and I like to get them unusual "cool clothes". I've had little ones rip off the clothes they were wearing to put on a gift from me as soon as they open it.
The comments Jay and Emilio made about Seth's outfits were on their video blogs at the Project Runway website.The direct link to those videos looks too long. Long addresses can break margins and could mess things up for TLo so I'm just going to link to the PR home page. Look at the menu on the left and scroll down to Designer Video Blogs.link
As much as I disliked SA's first Miley Cyrus outfit, over the weeks I have come to appreciate his design and construction skills and his well-articulated point of view. I have to say that I loved both these efforts.The little girl (and her outfit) are adorable head to toe and the grown-up jacket is outstanding. He deserved his win hands down.And what a pill is Tory Burch, not to mention that she appears to be color-wheel challenged
You know what we need more of? Noises in the workroom!I was commenting last night that we never get to see SA beat hell out of things! I always loved it when Stella was putting grommets and studs in her "leatha". You know SA has to be making racket doing all of this...come on Lifetime, make some noise!
I want that jacket. SO BAD.
I went back and listened to those Designer Video Blogs again and Emilio didn't make any remarks about Seth's design. It was Jay and Jesse that slammed his looks.
Seth Aaron may dress like a goober, but I have really grown to love him. He seems genuinely nice, plus he's got some serious chops. I *want* the "mom"'s jacket, and I would absolutely buy the child's outfit for my 7-year-old niece.SA and Anthony = my two favorite designers this season.
I havent read all the comments so forgive me if this is repetitive.I must say I was so surprised at this episode! I thought it was going to be a version of that horrible kids pagent reality show. The kids were SOOO cute! How sweet was that little girl that said her favorite thing was the purse?!? Seth Aaron not only did a spectacular job designing and executing the clothes, but he also did a wonderful job thinking about what this little girl would squeel with delight in receiving. He never thought negatively about the experiance of designing for a child and really just wanted to make something cool for a little girl.There are also little things I notice about him in the show that make me believe that he is a decent person. Did you notice that he took time to pet the dog at mood? It is nice to have a contestant to really root for this season.and... I WANT THAT COAT SO BAD! That is probably my faforite thing I have seen on the show in a LOOOOONG time.Go S.A!
Love. Love him. Love.
LOVE IT. That jacket needs to be in my closet now! One of the best pieces to ever walk the PR runway. It's perfectly tailored and inspired because it's not just PPS's repeated puffy black jacket. The little girl's look is adorable and perfect for someone in that age group as well.
This seals it. I totally love Seth Aaron. Call me, Seth! Oh, wait, he's married? Darn.Kidding aside, I loooooved that "mom" jacket. It was gorgeous and impeccably designed and executed. Fantastic job.And the kids outfit! That was such a KIDS outfit! Which is exactly why it deserved to win. Yay!
Alterna-designer representing! Awesome job, Seth Aaron! -- Anun
OMG, he petted the dog at Mood? Seriously? That just makes my heart melt. Awww! I'll have to try to catch this episode again just to see that.
Never so early in the season have I wanted someone to win THIS MUCH. Not even Leanne. I would loooove a plus-size version of that jacket.
I haven't read through all the comments yet, but is anyone else astonished at this jacket after the "I don't need to sketch it, I know what I am going to do" statement he made in the work room?Is this guy for real? That jacket is a masterpiece. If I were an aspiring designer that episode last night would make me curl up in a corner and suck my thumb in despair... :-)
I really liked both of these. I think SA had a bit of an advantage because he actually KNOWS a little girl!All around, nice work.Jr. Goddess
Siyah said...OMG, he petted the dog at Mood? Seriously? That just makes my heart melt. Awww! I'll have to try to catch this episode again just to see that.Siyah - I loved that, too. In fact I had to pause the show and google the dog's damn name for my kids! Swatch.
Siyah said..."OMG, he petted the dog at Mood? Seriously? That just makes my heart melt."Me too! I am bringing some big love for Seth Aaron after initial qualms. The Seth-pets-dog scene was made even more memorable by the scene shortly after in which the dog is looking up at Tim, who is looking down at the dog as if it were wearing Jonathan's toilet paper dress. Hysterical!I thought this would be a terrible challenge, but there was a lot of good work done and it turned out to be delightful.Seth Aaron was head and shoulders above all the rest, however. A grand slam! Congrats, SA!!!!
I loved the jacket - it was flawless - but, as a recent little girl, I recoiled in horror at his child's look. From a personal standpoint, I know that my sister and I both would have gone nowhere near it. That's fine, and it was still reletively well-designed and extremely well-made, with thoughtful fabric choices. I just think that instead of making a perfect children's look, he adapted his signature look into a child's size. It was still good, but I didn't see the big fuss over it. The skirt, especially, looked awkwardly long with too much hardware.Still, personal nitpicks. Seems like such a nice guy and he seemed really pleased about getting to win this particular challenge.
I loved everything about SA's look. I still can't figure out how he can finish so many gorgeous pieces in that amount of time. It's freakish.And how adorable was that girl? Making poor Anthony's head spin in the sewing room and then spacing out on the runway? The mom model was waggling her had like mad in the universal "let's hold hands" move, and the kid was just totally not getting it. I'll steal her along with all those cute clothes.
Great post, and Seth Aaron really did come through this week. I have to quibble with awkward SA on the back of the little girl's jacket, but he more than made up for it with the big girl version. KILLER top.
I loved the mom jacket!!..The child outfit looked dated to me. It looked like something that would be cool in the 90's. I can find that at any chain mall store. I think what sold it was his littler girl...She was soooo cute!!
As the mom of 3 girls, I must say that this is a perfect outfit. Grown up and "cool" enough that my daughters would want to wear it, and cute (i.e. age-appropriate) enough that I would let them. It was very obvious that he has dressed a little girl before.
loveloveloveloveLOVEloveloveloveloveLOVELOVE it!both looks are absolute winners here. they would be standouts in individual challenges, but slay the competition when put together.that little girl outfit was so thoughtful & adorable & perfect & well-made & so totally him. im truly impressed. great job happy peanut!! :D
also too - can we take a moment to enjoy the fact that this challenge felt more like the real project runway that we all fell in love with, than any challenge in a long ass time?ugh it finally really feels like they are back :D
On what planet are those momish jeans???? However he did an amazing job!
I'm think SA most likely made an extra purse for his little model-for-a-day. I'm a major fan now too--loved the fall on Mood's floor. What a guy.
Yeah, you need to take a look at me in my fat-ass mom jeans, and you will LOVE those. ;)But...OMG. That jacket. I actually shouted, "I LOVE IT!" at the TV when they showed the back of it, and scared the hell out of my husband. It may be the weight loss motivation I've been looking for!And the little girl - he was spot on with her. He has got to be the coolest daddy ever.
Thrilled for Seth Aaron! He rocked it, and this was one of the best PR challenges EVER! Sooooooo fun. Love love love!
Seth Aaron gives me more and more reasons to love him every day. Two amazing outfits! If I was 5 years old I would totally want to wear his kids outfit WAY more then any of the others.
Those are mom jeans? You need to take a trip to the suburbs. Never seen anything close to those on the kinds of moms you are disparaging.
I thought I would vomit at this episode, but all in all, it wasn't bad. Yes, it's Lifetime....Seth's designs are FABULOUS and the mom outfit rocks my world. TLo, love you bitches, but those are a far far cry from "mom" jeans. They're HOT. I'd wear them in a New York minute.And my soon to be 3 year old niece would LOVE the kids outfit. I may have to consider bidding, though that would mean no rent payment next month!!!
I love this Jacket...I want this jacket...I will actully kill for this jacket...
Alizarin: "As a PROFESSIONAL DESIGNER, for chrissakes, she should know that blue and orange are literally the DEFINITION of complementary--they are directly opposite one another on the color wheel!"I was waiting for the post with Amy's outfit to say this. But, yes, I was similarly annoyed.
Sensational! Deserved win. Don't like the big dumb SA on the back of the kiddie jacket, but a kiddie probably would, so...When SA first showed up and broke the bed and then started in with his "I'm so punk blahblahblah" I really thought he was going to be a big ol' dickwad, but he has turned out to be one of the most gracious and sincere contestents in PR history--loving his (lack of) attitude!
Finally an outfit from a challenge that made me say to myself This. IS. going to be a great season...can't wait to see more from Seth. Can he make purses for women too??? Nina's reaction to the purse answer?? Had to rewind my DVR twice just to see that again..
OK, some of you are asking about Mood's dog. His name is Swatch and he has his own blog. How f***ing cute is that?XOT Lo
I feel like being smug because I picked SA as my fav with the first episode back when people were hating on him. HA!Love this whole look. He really did a great job. I think he could win this entire thing, especially based on what we saw at Bryant Park.
OMG that was so cute. Loved all the little bitty models and Seth was right on in his design. But now he has me questioning my gaydar as prior to this ep I was sure he played for Team Queen but the daughter comment knocked me for a loop.I hope that didn't sound mean I was surprised. ^^; Seth is much kinder than I thot of him originally. The pose & opening portfolio had me thinking "evil crossbreed of Jeffrey and Leathah Stellah"
I love that jacket so hard. Soooo wish I could buy it!Love the adorable little-girl outfit too, especially the grommeted pockets that look like watermelon slices!
I loved how SA appeared to be the only designer who was genuinely delighted at the thought of designing for a little girl. And his little girl's outfit is exactly what my daughter would kill for. I wish we could have SA design an entire line of girls' clothing for the mass market, because a lot of the stuff out there for girls are either Easter-egg-frumpy (like Emilio's) or what I like to call, "Junior-Ho".
@Alizarin EXACTLY My mouth dropped open. My lukewarm reaction to her edged into the red zone after that.ALSO? I want that jacket! Right now!
Gotta love a man who makes pig-snout pockets! Seriously, he is skilled. Would buy the jacket in a heartbeat.
OMG Swatch is soooo cute!
Great episode, the kids were adorable, not annoying at all, and SA did a phenomenal job.
Seth Aaron so deserved to win.
Congrats, Seth Aaron!! Great outfits but the jacked is to die.
And he has immunity next week. YAY!!!!!!
" Jenster said... I loved how SA appeared to be the only designer who was genuinely delighted at the thought of designing for a little girl."I agree, that was so sweet. He always had the right attitude.
Big Yea for Seth Aaron's win, so happy! I've loved him from the beginning, partly because I'm into punk so I'm always drawn to that aesthetic. Besides having mad skills, I think he's adorable & I love his personal style. Others have commented on his hair negatively but I dig it - SA don't change a thing!
Seth Aaron's kid outfit was ADORABLE. My daughter loved it.
GO SETH AARON!!!!!
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