Before we get into the nitty gritty of the ins and outs of this week's PR, let us all dwell on one thing. This woman is responsible for designing for Levi's? No wonder people don't really think of "trendy" and "Levi's" in one breath. Bravo, for this week's excessive product placement attempt: FAIL.
And let me also just say that I think it's awesome that Tim Gunn can rock jeans the same way he can rock a suit.
Now. Ricky. Ricky, Ricky, Ricky. Your win makes me think of only one thing:
Ok, hate is a strong word. But I certainly haven't been pleased by your extended stay on PR. And then you bust out this really amazing dress and you make it impossible for me to continue my calls for you to be booted. At least for this week, anyway.
This dress really is awesome:
And to complete the whole underdog theme of the week, Sweet P almost walks away with a win. I'm so very, very proud of you P.
I really didn't think Sweet P's dress was that great, until I saw it head on in a photo that stands still rather than struts down the runway. And really, it's pretty good. Doesn't look like denim, even though that wasn't really the idea of the challenge.
Victorya probably deserved to be at Bryant Park, because her stuff has been above average, but I can handle sacrificing her for my Sweet P Damn the (Nina) Man campaign. I know Sweet P doesn't deserve to be at Bryant Park, but gosh darn it, it would be awesome to watch if she did end up there.
The sad thing is, Victorya was on to something by wanting to do a trench coat. That is a very iconic piece. Why she didn't just bust it out the right way, I don't know, but it really did look like she just attached a skirt to an already-made jean jacket.
P.S. In other Bravo news, The Modern Gal did not get around to watching the Real Housewives last night, but she swears she will tomorrow. Maybe.