Hair and make-up happens and I'm still hot for this make-up dude. Laura thinks that Kim's designs look like goiters on the legs. Josh doesn't think that Anya's work has promise. He too thinks that he and Viktor will go to Fashion Week. Bert makes a joke that one of Josh's looks resembles a majorette, which is the best thing I've thought about his work all season. Kimberly, who is an excellent judge of her work, notices some imperfections. It seems like Laura is a little pissed at some of the fitting that Anthony did. Anya has a hard time getting her dress on her model. It takes a lot of situating. Tim thinks that it will need instructions if made commercially.
On the runway, Heidi greets everyone. She introduces the judges, including the lovely Zoe Saldana, who enters via the runway. I wonder if that was a stipulation from her publicist. Well, she looks fantastic.
The show begins with Josh's looks. First is a short white dress, with black netting at the neck. There's a cut-out on the back and it's really cute. Next is the majorette with a little vest. Josh knows it too, but the thing is too big. It makes the girl look big. He says, "Fake it 'til you make it," which I think is the total theme for his behavior this season. The guy is reasonably talented, but makes you second guess him because he has such a need to work defensively. It makes you wonder what's missing in him as a designer. Anyway, his third look is this silver gown over a tank. There's a plastic belt on one side of the gown and the other side drapes off of the shoulder revealing the tank. That plastic belt is busted. I hate it. The draping is really nice though. Josh loves it. The looks are diverse yet cohesive.
Kim is next and she starts with a long orange jacket with a scarf on top of it, which is how she wears her own scarf. It's a nice look, though the orange might be a bit too bold and I always feel like outerwear in bright colors gets dingy too easily. Her next look is a sleeveless range top with a teardrop-shaped cut-out on the bosom. Very sexy. It's paired with an asymmetrical skirt that's bunched on one side, the goiter of which Laura spoke. I think this is a cute look. Not my bag, but it doesn't NOT work. Lastly, she has a cocktail dress in silver that has a lot of bunching. It's equal parts draping and construction, which I think is cool.
Here we have Laura's collection. First is a blazer and skirt, with that circular stuff on the jacket. Next is a babydoll-looking cocktail dress. Last is an evening gown with the black and white lattice-work. It's not horrible, but liking it is a rigorous process.