Thursday, October 19, 2006


This heralds the beginning of a long night of drinking.


UrsaMinor said...

Did you see the short pants he was wearing with black socks pulled up? He looked like an 18th century Bavarian schoolboy who was transported to the 21st century and fell in with the wrong crowd.

carver said...

Well, we knew they weren't going to pick Laura. She's a little tattle-tale and she's got what, five kids and a bun in the oven? This is when being a sexist crosses over all gender lines and people just have to say, "Get your ass back in the home." Besides, she could create her way out of a paper bag.

I wasn't exactly thrilled with Jeff's use of the pink polka-dots. And he isn't exactly "Mr. By-The-Book Either".

Michael... Hrm. Is it racist to say his collection consisted of "Hollywood Whores of the Serengeti"? Cause that's about all I got out of it.

I believe Uli was the winner, hands down. Sensible, realistic, sometime playful and colorful. What a show.

OsoDelSol said...

Yeah, the only way Laura would have won it would have been on the basis of anal retentiveness. She handsewed all those rhinestones? Why?

Michael's models all looked like they needed to be saying, "Giiiiiiiiirrrrrrrl, you look like Beyonce!" And then argued with each other over who looked most like Beyonce. The garments were the kind you would see advertising something else like a bag or an album or a hot piece of...well you get the idea.

I liked Uli's colorful stuff, but the nude and silver made me want to gag the same way the pink freaking poka dots did.

All in all, I feel like what won Jeffrey's show was that zipper dress and the somewhat iffy cohesiveness of the whole collection. It was iffy but still more there than the others.

All that said, it will be a long time before I get over the trauma of the biggest ass in the northern hemisphere winning Project Runway.