God, they're playing that girl's awful song. Kevin's design is next. It reminds me of something from Kidd Video. It's a very bright pink, with a bustled skirt. The front of the skirt is cut thigh-high. The neckline of the dress has asymmetrical ties and feathers and stuff all over it. Also, she is wearing makeshift leg warmers and neckties are tied around her legs and flapping all around. Kevin interviews that rock and roll can be tattered; it just has to be cool. He's got the tattered part down. The hair on their model, Melissa, is pretty cool. It's cornrows on the side of her head, with a big multi-colored Mohawk on top. Her makeup is severe, with bright pink eye shadow liberally used. Nora interviews that she thought the dress looked great.
Erin is modeling Jay's design. The corset bodice described earlier is being worn over tight black pants cut at the calf. There's a skirt that essentially creates bustles on both hips. It's brightly colored and shredded. When Erin reaches the end of the runway, she removes the skirt like a belt (just like Jay described in his pitch to Sarah). The pants beneath are very slim and black with buckles and little asymmetries all along them. Pretty cool. I'm remembering that someone mentioned on the forum that Sarah Hudson does not have the body to pull off this design. Whoever that was, you were right. You have to have pretty skinny legs to pull off pants cut tightly on your calf. As well, they are just a really slim fit altogether. It's a pretty hard outfit for anyone to really sell. Erin look good, though. When she turns around, we see really cool stitching on the back of the bodice. It looks like there's some sort of shamrock on her ass as well. Her hair is cornrowed on the right side, as Jay had earlier requested. She has a multi-colored bouffant piled high on her head. The interest of her makeup is a bright red, shiny lipstick and silver eye color. Kara Saun interviews that she, Jay, and Robert had a nice dynamic together.