So, Anya has bought all new fabric. She tells us that her intention is to make three new looks to replace the ones that the judges saw and generally hated. Well, maybe she won't replace that one dress, the one she led with. Oh Jesus, Anya. She tells Kimberly that she saw about 10 black and white print fabrics in one minute and believes it to be a sign. But, she wonders how to make those prints work with the rest of her collection. Yes. That is the question. I've made no secret that I love Anya. This is scary though. The prints are really cool and breezy, but they really do seem to come from a different place than her other beachier, island-based prints. Viktor just says "we'll see" about what she's going to make.
Josh clearly made his own tank top today. How do I know? Well, do you know any other fool who's making shirts with plastic tank sleeves and upper back? If you do, let me know so I can file that in my "Where Not To Shop" drawer right under "TopMan Pants Department: You Hate Those Carrot Fit Bullshits; You Know You Do; No, Don't Bother Trying On Another Pair; No, I Don't Know How They Can Make You Feel Like Your Calves Are Too Bulky But Your Butt's Not Big Enough; Walk Away." He says he's going to make some more clothing with this super bright green fabric. I mean, the man's not afraid of color. That's bold. I wish he was not afraid of colors I actually liked though. I kind of think it's interesting that Josh's interests lie in the 100 percent inorganic. Everything about his preferences are man-made. He doesn't like colors found in nature and his fabric choices often lean towards the polyurethane-based. He's the ultimate in unsustainability. How's that for exclusivity? Get it now, because our planet won't permit us to make it like this forever! Viktor tells Josh that he's going to make a tank top and Josh doesn't even get mad, which is interesting. He would have said that another designer was stealing from him or something.