I just find her clothes ugly - just like I do a lot in Vogue. Her jewelry could be considered Vogue though given the bolder lines of it as well as the elegance. (Yes, her one saving grace is the jewelry is interesting and can be designed in many sizes and have inlays and the like).Originally Posted by watts;4093745;
But again - it's not a jewelry making competition, and I know of many who'd run her out based on that with their silversmith work.
I also hated Andy's bikini that he chose to show in the runway - Tim was right that it looked like hair coming out of her crotch. It wasn't tasteful at all.
Mondo's error I think was the same polka dot fabric used in two dresses - that's the only thing I found wrong with his. The outfits themselves I had no problem with, i.e. shape and the like (even if I maintain - with a better screen TV the second go, the blue top he made last week still was a tad too bright for the dress).
Save the headbands which are admittedly a bit juvenile, Mondo's line actually has pieces for all ages to wear. I didn't see that with either Gretchen's or Andy's. A wide range of designs for all ages will do better long term - I noticed the same idea was used in SA's designs last year. I could see all ages wear some of his coats and outfits.