And that's another one in the can.
How can we miss you if you won't go away?
Hopefully, the judges will actually pick one person tonight, because I'm not sure I can sit through another non-elimination.
If you loved Project Runway when it was on Bravo and hated it when it moved to Lifetime, do I have some good news for you!
A new season of Project Runway is finally here. The question on everyone's minds: Will these new contestants actually know how to sew?
This is it, y'all. I'd complain about Heidi and the gang once again letting four designers make it to the finale instead of three, but since it was almost Anya who didn't make it, I'm keeping my mouth shut. I wouldn't be surprised if all the Josh M. fans out there are pissed... but that would imply there are Josh M. fans out there and that seems inconceivable to me.
After the awfulness that was Season Eight, things can only get better from here, right? Well, the fact that we start thing off with 20 designers doesn't exactly make me optimistic... they're going to be down to 16 by the end of the night, but that's still so. many. competitors. And Lifetime is sticking to the 90-minute format, which is just plain cruel if the challenges continue to suck.
It's the final episode! ...And I'm already kind of depressed, because I think the wrong three are going to Fashion Week. I can't say I was a fan of every outfit Jay made this season, and there were a couple of Mila's that I really liked, but based on what they showed the judges in their run-off, Jay's collection was infinitely more interesting, and not just because he used color while Mila focused on the as-yet-unexplored realm of black.
So Lifetime's little Los Angeles experiment is failed and over with, and now, with that foolishness vanquished, we get to watch Project Runway Season 7 set in New York where it belongs! Which means a lot of nice things both familiar and great, but most importantly it means promises of more Michael Kors on the judging panel, the lack of which was one of the biggest problems with last season.
Each season, I enjoy watching Project Runway from episode one, but I need about half a season under my belt -- it's a blue belt, and it's from the Piperlime.com accessories wall -- before I really start to care about the people more than the clothes. And by the time the season finale rolls around, I'm always genuinely torn about who I want to win, thanks to the dueling qualities of talent and likability. Tonight, we reach Episode 13 -- Part One of the finale -- and it's a nail-biter. Is this what Survivor fans feel like?