Following is a burgundy pantsuit with a white stripe along the outside of the pant legs and pockets. The jacket has an open neck and buttons just above the waist, exposing a red and white shirt. The jacket has some interesting gathering in the back. It's cute, almost edgy.
Here's their thirteenth look. It's an empire-waisted halter dress in gold. There's some interesting pleating along the bodice, and of course the pockets. It's sweet. Next is a burgundy dress that's fitted with some tulle showing at the bottom. The bodice is completely covered except for a small cut-out over the bust. The seams are vertical and they run in the front of the dress, creating a pretty interesting pattern.
Next is a slacks and top set. The slacks are burgundy and the top is a black, fitted camisole thingy, with a lace shrug. It looks very delicate and pretty. The shape of the cutout on the back is really gorgeous. A blue dress follows. It is fitted, with a small flair at the hem. The bodice is cut like a jacket, with lapels. The back is cut-out, with more interesting seam-work on the back of the skirt. A couple of floor-length dresses follow that are made of the same blue and more blue fabric.
Here comes Grace. She's wearing a floor-length turquoise gown that has a flair that begins at the knee. The sleeves are short and there's a small v-neck shape to the bodice. The back is where the interest is. There are multiple vertical cutouts that make the dress very dramatic. And, I must say, Grace models the hell out of the thing. She kind of reveals the back of the dress, and it's just really cool. There's the Queer Eye guys! Chloe comes out with the models. She looks like she's an entire two feet shorter than Grace. She says, "At the end of the day, a beautiful thing came out of me." Jesus.
Santino comes out and says, "Surprise!" He's really boisterous. He says, "Whether you love to hate me or hate to love me, I'm not just good TV. I'm a great designer." The crowd sounds a little bit like they're about to turn on him, when he goes, "Where's my mom?" Then, as what sounds like Santino's voice is piped into the tents, he says, "I love you, Mom. My mom's the shit." I've been wondering what to say to my parents if I'm ever in front of a lot of people and they're there too. They'll love that. I guess I could say I gave birth to Jesus too. ["Can I ask what was with that urbanoid accent he was speaking in during his intro? Totally affected." -- Sars]