Angela's design is next. It's a plastic dress with purple patchwork on it and huge cutouts on the side. Underneath are a skirt and bandeau top made of aluminum foil. Her materials were graphic prints and mylar. It's kind of ghastly, but does demonstrate innovation and creativity. Angela is happy with it and feels like Clarissa "really worked it."
Michael's design follows. With a peanut sack, gold mylar, and plastic tarp, he made a skirt and bodice with a wrap. The bodice is gold and braided fabric and strapless. The skirt is white, and Michael acknowledges that it is "hard as a brick." It's really pretty. It fits Nazri beautifully. The wrap is awesome. It's got this stiff structure that resembles dresses from the 1950s.
Next is Vincent's design. It's a paper version of the dress that Madonna wore to the Oscars back when she sang the Steven Sondheim song. That was around the last time Vincent was sentient, I believe. It has what appears to be confetti glued to it. Besides being ugly, it's seriously a time warp. Very Stephen Sprouse. And not in a good way. "It's like watching art in motion. It just really got me off." He needs to stop that.
Robert's dress is next. It is made entirely of silver mylar strips. It's a lovely little cocktail dress. There is a slight v-shape at the neck with medium-width straps, and little mylar bows along the bodice and skirt. There's lots of ruching along the dress, and it fits like a dream. Robert feels like it looks like a real cocktail dress, although maybe one that a hooker might wear. Okay, I've been debating for like five minutes about whether I should make a joke about hookers and cocktail dresses. I'm just not classy enough to do it without being really gross.
Jeffrey's model is walking now. His is a halter dress with a wide belt at the waist. The skirt is longer in the back and hits above the knee in the front. There is a deep yellow-green coupled with blue as the palette for his design, and it's really beautiful. He, of course, is thrilled with anything he touches. "The execution was flawless," he says. I felt vibrations there like he was about to refer to himself in the third person. I'm thankful it didn't happen. Jeff doesn't like the thought of Jeffrey doing that.
Laura's design is next. It's an empire-waisted minidress with a v-neck. The neckline plunges to the waistline of the dress, which is white with a thin black trim at the waist and a black flower on the side of the trim. Again, the back reads "For Nuts Only," which is cute. She made all of this with peanut sack and black plastic strips. Laura thinks it was stunning.