When it's individual, as this was, it doesn't matter if they have a "bottom" team (and I don't think Shan was on that team) - they pick a winner and a loser out of all three mentors who have players in the final 6 (good and bad).
Then again - if each top/bottom even in the individual challenge has been this way... I stand corrected.
I thought of this thread when I saw that. "puff, puff, whoooohoooo."
The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity. Dorothy Parker, (attributed)
Oscar should've won the beach challenge. But I believe that Rachel Ray basically gave some sort of idea who the winner will be. She said she'd like to see a strong female designer.
"My life gets less like chess and more like whack-a-mole every day."
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Am I the only one who can't stand Michelle on Mondo's team? I find her very off-putting with her dour monotone and her constant negative remarks about the other designers.
I thought Sam's was okay, but I didn't think it deserved the win. The waist of the skirt was so high that it made her boobs look too low.
I don't get the love for Asha's design. I thought it was really unflattering to her model.
Really, Oscar had the best design. It felt like they made it between Sam and Asha simply to make Mondo decide between them.
I was glad Natalie got some credit for her attempt to do all that knitting.
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I 100% agree about Sam's look as well. Too High waist/too low boobs. I also thought it was weird that the judges gave the bonus $5K to him because they liked it the best (or it fit the theme the best or something), but they were torn as to which design they liked best? DIdn't they just say they liked Sam's best with the Bonus $$?? Did I miss something?
I didn't have a problem with the judges asking a mentor to decide who should leave the competition because the mentor can make the decision based on whose ability they trust more and who they best work with. But I really don't like having the mentor pick the winner. That could affect the mentor's relationship with the designer not chosen and mess with the designer's mind.
Since the judges didn't care whether or not it was an outfit that could actually be worn to the beach, Oscar totally should have won this challenge! To create such a beautiful dress from fans was amazing! The materials that the others used weren't any more unconventional than his, and what he did with them was so much more interesting.
Seeking form amidst the void.
But if that's not possible, gimme a Margarita...shaken, not stirred...and hold the salt, please.
I don't like Michelle either.
Both Mondo and Anya have been guest judges on Project Runway (Nick may have also and I just don't recall it). I thought it was interesting that they are often surprised by the judges' takes on the designs. It just goes to show how subjective the judging can be.