Next up is Kit and Ricky's dress. It's a hoop skirt with a bodice that has lace straps. There are different panels of fabric on the skirt and it looks like what my cousin Jennifer wore when she was Martha Washington for our fifth grade history project. Not good. I was the Boston Tea Part, FYI. Kit is worried because they weren't as "serious fashion" as the other designers. Their ready-to-wear look is a baby-doll dress with a halter neck and a v-shaped cutout at the neck. The fabric is one of the same rustic fabrics used in the avant-garde dress. None of it looks very good.
Lastly, it's Victorya and Jillian's look. It's out of this world. There's a black satin, double-breasted jacket with a floor-length train. It's fitted like a glove and there is tartan fringe. It is, to me, the most accomplished garment that has ever been on Project Runway. I can NOT believe that Jillian made that in two days. The fit and the detail in the collar and the movement and depth of the train. Beautiful. Short khakis are below the coat, as well as a white blouse with lots of ruffles and darts at the waist. Their ready-to-wear is a black mini dress that is one-shouldered and has an asymmetrical hem. There's a hint of tartan in a tiny bustle on the back of the skirt. Jillian says that she's glad that they finished the second look, but she's not happy with it.
Heidi calls Rami's team and Kit's team forward. They have the lower scores. They leave the stage, while the judges talk to the people who didn't suck.
Christian says that he was going for a romantic, old-world feeling. Nina asks who came up with the design, and Chris says that Christian thought of the color and, once they'd chosen Marcia, they just started thinking of it together. Christian tells them that their dress is 45 yards of fabric. Again, that doesn't mean anything to me. Soon. Alberta says that the back is very complicated. She thinks that the dress is amazing and congratulates them. Michael says it's heaven. It's important and exciting and soigné. He thinks the skirt of the ready-to-wear look is a throwaway, which Christian acknowledges. Nina says that the avant-garde look could be a "cover try" for Elle. Well, well, it's a good thing Christian already has a big head or this might give him...a big head.