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  • Personally, I think the other designer, who didn't even have a backstory for her horrible flapper dress, should have gone home
  • Good episode that was definitely worth watching

    • by Steve
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      Last night’s episode of Project Runway was actually kind of cool. The designers were asked to make movie costumes based on a particular genre they were assigned at random.

      Adding to the difficulty of the challenge was the designers were only given one day to complete their work instead of


      two; something I think they need to do more of because it really does separate the true contenders from the pretenders.

      Some of the costumes came out pretty darned cool.

      That one of the snow queen was one of the creepier costumes I have seen and could see that in ...


      • a movie.

        Others, like that attempted lizard costume, were pretty weak.

        But, in that designer’s defense (he eventually was eliminated from the competition), he did start over from scratch with just two hours remaining.

        Personally, I think the other designer, who didn’t even have a backstory for her horrible flapper

        dress, should have gone home.

        One thing that really stood out for me though was early in the episode when they were at Mood picking out fabric.

        Some of those fabrics were extremely expensive.

        I think one was something like $200 per yard.

        Who buys that kind of stuff?

        Good episode that was definitely worth watching.




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