Judges Lost Their WayBy on Wed, Nov 3, 2010 11:00 AM PDT
Several times the designers were chided for "losing their way". This time, it was the judges that were completely derailed. Andy's etheral, delicate, architectural and structural fashion fantasies were stomped on the concrete. Mondo's whimsical, futuristic, fun, and happy fashion creations were completely discounted. Instead, the judges picked a "back to nature on the funny farm" 60's vintage reproducer who, from the first show, conveyed a not so subtle remarkably high opinion of herself. The clothes that Gretchen designed were indeed marketable - at KMart, Wal Mart or any other "Mart". These clothes could hold their own with any buyer from size 0 to extra-extra with no problem. That's probably why they picked Gretchen. The clothes could fit anyone and everyone, regardless of size - or taste! I watched the show, night after night, until the finale. But that's it. I'm not investing my time or interest on Project Runway again. It reminds me of "Dallas" when it was revealed that everything bad that had happened had been a dream... I wish this could be the case for Project Runway 2010... Hopefully, I'll wake up and someone other than Gretchen has won!
About The Show
Reality series which takes a behind-the-scenes look at the fashion industry and the long trip from the creation of a design to its exhibition on the runway. Ten fashion designer hopefuls are selected and set up in a New York City warehouse where they must meet weekly design challenges. The final three designers will then premiere their designs during Fashion Week in September.
Reality series which takes a behind-the-scenes look at the fashion industry and the long trip from the creation of a design to its exhibition on the runway. Ten fashion designer hopefuls are selected and set up in a …