Wow! So it was Keith who was sent home after all. For having pattern books in his possession. Naughty, naughty. I wonder why he thought he could get away with that? Then on the other hand I felt a teensy bit sorry for him that he felt he had to cheat and didn't trust his own skills.
So, not only do we have all the intrigue with Keith but then it's a team challenge with Angela as one of the team leaders. Wow! Could it get anymore interesting? Paul and I figure that the producers told the INC guy to pick one wildcard to keep things interesting and that's why she got picked. But it seems she pulled it off since she won the challenge! OMG! Can't believe that!
She never would have won if it weren't for Laura and Michael toning her down and forcing her to leave out all of her multicolored colored rosettes. I really like Michael, I think he's going to come out and surprise everyone, he might even be in the final three. We'll see!
So Bonnie is out. I didn't like Robert's jacket that he paired with the black suit skirt. It looked like a windbreaker. Yuck. I liked Bonnie's outfit when it had the jacket on. But I'd rather that Robert stay in the show longer, he's fun to watch. Poor Bonnie.
Looks like next week Michael Kors is back, wonder where he's been all this time?
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I just finished watching Project Runway and the same thoughts were going through my mind as well. Where has Michael Kors been? Uli's my favorite designer so far and I can't wait to see Vincent called "out".
I didn't feel sorry for Keith at all. If it had been just one rule that had been broken, I might be a little more understanding, but four is deliberate (the books, leaving production, surfing the net, and manipulating the workers at Mood to give him more than the budget allowed).
Oh, you should check out his website. He's got some great things on it.
Michael Kors, I heard, was promoting a new line of his. Also, he's taken on a contract to design the rooms for some hotel. Also Nordstrom has picked up some of his designs to retail.
I love Vera Wang though. You can't go wrong with a creative Asian.
Michael, I think is a good designer, but so far his personality hasn't really come through. Maybe that's because they have too many people still, but I think the producers tend to edit the show so that there are a couple of personalities that are spotlighted, and those are the ones that stick around the longest (or shortest).
if they made what she designed, and he (the guy from INC.)picked the design/designer in the first place I don't see the problem...okay, maybe the fabric choice wasn't that great, but pink/brown are 'in' aren't they? Angela's outfit didn't look like her 'sketch' at all.
speaking of angela:
since when is it 'genious' to pair lt pink with dk grey? I thought that was a given...??? She's lucky she had Laura and Michael to keep her on track...I'm looking forward to her going it alone and taking a train to 'kookyville' and seeing the expression on Michael Kor's face when he sees an outfit made of rosets.
Love Michael, they don't showcase him much, but he is incredibly talented, but quiet...I guess that doesn't make for good tv?
Thanks for the recap :-)
My daughter got me hooked on Project Runway. I've only watched a couple so far, but loved the dog one (our dear dog died recently so I have a soft spot for doggies these days.. :-( It's fun to watch. That rosette woman is a bit kooky. I think she wants to be the next Betsy Johnson...
angela you had a good team.