Actually, the two-person teams worked really well last night. And some of the outfits were amazing, especially the ones from Nicole's dysfunctional couple. (Yes, even after all this time, I'm fuzzy on names.)
But I really thought Amanda (the blond from John's team who is wickedly inconsistent) should have gone home, not the guy who did. (But editor foreshadowing implied he was going...he got the "I really need the money" confessionals.)
And I thought I wouldn't like the concept of only the people who got the highest dollar amount for their designs was safe but due to the much higher bids we saw this week than any time previously I thought it added a lot of suspense to the show.
I am sure the buyers hiked up the bids at the request of the show. I still liked it though.
BTW I don't remember their names either except for Hunter and now Amy.
I like this show. I would like to see more of the garments and less in the work room, though. Since they are actually selling the clothes one would think they would put more focus on them.
Many good things last night! I loved all the pencil skirts and some of the shirts/tops were excellent. It went so fast I didn't get a good look at the shirt that was apparently knit since the duo made it. I would like to hear a detailed description of the clothes, as well.
The buyers are in touch with their stores/execs on their computers and I want to know how that works.
I suspect the very quick views of the designs are meant to intrigue us enough to go online to look at them at our leisure and then to buy them. :nod
Loved both skirts( sexy) not keen on men's fashions, and some of the men on this show are so paranoid.
I thought everything was pretty nice, and I would wear most of it
I love the idea of this show. It needs some fine tuning, however. Feedback from the buyers is the most interesting part and we see so little of it. I want to know why they do not buy something. Perhaps they will read feedback and we will see a revised formula next season. It has the potential of being the best show on fashion.
This is a show that I'd like to see expanded to 90 minutes or two hours. I want to see more of the assignment, the mentoring, the designing, the workrooms, the judging, and the feedback.
It's so nice to see designers actually design SELLABLE fashions instead of crap made out of party stores and pet shops (cough*Project Runway*cough)?
I love this show!
I must say I didn't really care for anything this week.A romper, meh. While I love a jumpsuit, I find them too much trouble when I need to use the washroom.:lol
Nothing grabbed me like last week, still love the show though :)