Project Runway Recap
What is with the Logan-loving on Project Runway this season?! Although cute, does he really warrant models vying for his attention and fellow designers drooling all over the worktables? Are cute straight boys really that hard to come by in the fashion industry? Is Lifetime so desperate for Bravo viewer converts that they have to resort to the oldest (reality show) trick in the book; take one single and available guy add half-a-dozen attention starved girls and hope for the drama to unfold.
Even with the recent Logan-induced mania, this week’s episode was rather dull. The Macy’s “Blue” challenge should have been called the “Blah” challenge. But even with a runway full of boring blue, there were still a couple of highlights.
Top 3 Project Runway Episode 7 moments:
- Ruffles. Louise and her misguided ruffles…convinced that her work was boring the judges, Louise attempted to go bolder by misusing ruffles. Because, you know, ruffles spice up ANYthing. If only that was true. Unfortunately I have to agree with Michael Kors that the loufa-like embellishments just made an ugly dress uglier. After seeing these two dresses, as Nicholas put it, “I hate ruffles…. ruffles make me sick”.
- Aren’t you lucky? Speaking of Nicholas, I loved how much the judges were itching to send him home this week! Strongly opposed to his winning of last week’s challenge, it made me feel slightly better when Hedi questioned him about his immunity, saying “Aren’t you lucky?! Aren’t YOU?!!”. Yes you were Nicholas, yes you were. Mark my words, your time on Project Runway is limited.
- Disco Pumpkin. Well said Mr. Kors, and welcome back to the show, I’ve missed you! AND your cutting, but true observations. I too was disappointed by Epperson and Christopher’s work. And while I’ve never seen a disco pumpkin, I now have an idea of what it WOULD look like…and it ain’t pretty. Here’s hoping that next week Epperson and Christopher stage a come back.
Louise’s elimination has been coming for weeks now, so good work judges. Now give me back Nina Garcia and her cutting critiques and I’ll forgive you for choosing Nicholas as the winner of last week’s challenge.