Project Runway has been on for EIGHT SEASONS, how in the world do they expect to not have a twist in the middle of a simple challenge?! Sure, this was quite the twist, the designers had to create another designers' look, basically, seamstressing for each other. Friendships were forged and tears were cried, people were thrown under busses.
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After Runway Wars, where do you go? The only place more insane, a wedding, obviously. This week's challenge was to take the ugliest bridesmaids dresses they could find and ask the designers to make something wearable.
With Casanova's immunity, an overwhelming hatred for Michael C, Gretchen still reeling from Tim's verbal beat-down we were guaranteed to have a little bit of drama this time around and of course, the 90-minutes of Project Runway were not disappointing.
After the jump, check out the podcast where we chat about the bridesmaid dress industry, voluptuous women and those crazy judges.
All you need is six people on each team and one common goal. Want more drama early on in the season? Done. Create a villan? Easy. Get an ending where Tim Gunn literally calls someone out on being a manipulative beotch? We have that too.
Runway Wars=my new fave challenge.
Podcast after the jump!
Hats are the new scarves which were the new hats two years ago. Right? Sure. So here we are, a hat challenge with no lack of drama in between. A hospital visit (which inspired fabric choices, oddly enough), more language barriers, a Father's day tearjerker and a few twists and turns along the way.
The thing that got me the most this episode was that, the challenge seems simple; get inspired by a hat. Make ANYTHING you want, just somehow make it work with a cool hat designed by a true artist. How is this hard, designers?! I do not understand. I was more impressed with the damn party store garments!
If you missed it, check out the episode on MyLifetime.com or all weekend in reruns, in between commercials for Victoria's Secret and Tampax (because this is Lifetime, after all). If you sat through this train wreck already, read on for the podcast and winner, loser, etc.
And we're back! Sorry for the week off last Friday, I was in New York and TV-less, I also lacked the ability to record a podcast so this would make podcasting super-hard to accomplish.
What we didn't get to cover last week on the Project Runway podcast was basically a tear-fest and a double elimination, that is all I remember being even mildly important about episode two. This week's episode, the "unconventional materials challenge" was a blast, for reals. Streamers! Tinsel! Wooly balls! Tiaras! The fun never stops at Party Glitter (that's the name of the store and I want to go to there).
After the jump, check out the podcast where we explain wooly animal balls and I offend our Latino listeners (Sorry!)...
It's only been a few short months since we said auf wiedersehen to Project Runway, but so much has happened! Our little show grew to 90 full minutes of designing goodness, they started with one more designer (technically the show hasn't started yet; it will next week with the normal 16 designers, but it kinda sorta has started because I mean, we were watching it and they were on tv so it's started, but Heidi said it hasn't, so I guess I should just drink the German Kool-Aid and roll with it) and the contestants got way weirder and slightly more annoying.
Check out the podcast, after the jump for our thoughts, rants and opinions.
Sing with me now:
It's the most wonderful time of the yeeeeaaaaar! With designers a-sewing and Timmy Gunn telling you he is concerned, it's the most wonderful time of the yeeeeear!
Yep, it's back. Project Runway embarks upon another season of weird garments, idiotic models, dramatic designers and clothes made of tissue boxes starting July 29th. I can hardly wait for the first episode, my head may explode with pure anxiety until then. Luckily, to keep my head from exploding, Lifetime has given me (all of us) the designers' audition tapes, home visits and a little more info, so that I can judge them all and be wrong about when they will be auf'ed. Read on and make some predictions of your own.
It's been a long season friends, thanks for joining me and living through 14 episodes of Campbell's Soup, the circus, little girls, Ping (you didn't forget about her, did you??), Capt Jack and so, so much more. It's been fun, these last 14 weeks and there will be a little hole in my life without my weekly dose of fighting with Stephen about Seth Aaron. That is, until next season, of course, when I hope we can all get together again and whine about how boring the challenges are or how beotchy the new designers can be to each other... ah, I am already eagerly awaiting a new set of designers.
Anyhow, enough reminiscing, we have recapping to do! The final episode of season seven, like all other season finales, brings us to Bryant Park, a fashion show and a whooooole lotta drama. So who will it be, Seth Aaron, Emilio, Mila???
After the jump, check out the podcast where we sit down with season seven designer, Ben Chmura and talk about all if it and find out who is the winner of Project Runway Season 7!
The time is finally upon us ... Tim is going to hometowns, designers are awkwardly introducing their dads, we are reminded that Saturn still makes cars. Yes, it's the first part of a Project Runway Season Finale. Hallelujah, we have made it.
I kind of can't get into this because really, it was all too good and I want to cover everything in the podcast ... so all I will say is join us after the jump for some podcasting fun.