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Project DONEway.

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Yeah, you heard me. I think I am just about done wasting an hour of every Wednesday night watching Season 5 of Project Runway. The fashion is awful, the drama is ridiculous and I think that the producers have just about run out of creative challenges. Let’s have a little rundown of the designs (from left to right), shall we?”:

Jerrell won last night’s challenge. How? I didn’t know that crumpled grocery bags constitutes as appropriate material for an evening-gown. Not only is the material awful, so are the hems. This dress looks completely thrown together and unfinished. The boobs are totally out of place, and if you ask me, it looks like Jerrell closed his eyes and threw jewels at them. Where will they land…nobody knows. 

I think Kenley missed the memo…this is Project Runway, not Project Ursula for The Little Mermaid on Broadway. This dress isn’t at all reminiscent of a flower, maybe a nightmare where Godzilla made an appearance, but definitely not a delicate flower. Oh, and Kenley’s attitude last night was one I’ll never forget: “Wahhh my life was so hard. My dad was a tugboat conductor.” Boo hoo. Go cry yourself a river and ask your dad to sail you away from the fashion world. Perhaps you’d be better at acting.

Korto started out with the right inspiration, but it all went downhill from there. Her tangerine orange gown screams “bad prom dress” and doesn’t seem to have any sophistication at all. The tailoring on the bust was all off…her model seemed cold, if you catch my drift. Much thanks to Korto for hiding her extra tulle and beating Kenley in WWF smack-down backstage. 

Leanne probably had the best design of the night, although periwinkle and the random chunk of purple fabric spilling out of the model’s butt didn’t do it for me. The dress looked a little too Disney princess and not enough high fashion gown. 

Of course, the producers “surprised” us again and sent all four designers home to complete their collections. I might have overreacted and I probably will watch the last two episodes, but let’s pray that the 3 months the designers are alloted to complete their looks bring some fashion sense into their lives. Amen. 

 

Thanks NY Magazine!

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