He is conscious of making costumes, but he wants to be himself. And he’s using human hair for trim in a couple of pieces. They don’t talk about Chris nearly as long as they talk about Rami. They were looking for any excuse to let him in, and he made one thing without any draping in it so they were satisfied.
His inspiration is “95% fashion, 5% costume”, or beauty with a quirk. Just like they were trying to justify their decision that they made long ago! I get that Rami makes beautiful dresses, but the judging is so arbitrary this season, and everyone contradicts themselves, and Rami repeats himself but Christian doesn’t, and being commercial helps Rami but hurts Sweet P, and just be consistent for Chrissakes.
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They don‘t really show the dress (although the little bit I saw was classic Rami draping) so I guess the coat is supposed to be the whole point, but then why open the coat at all? The dress is made of two contrasting fabrics, one white and one dark but both with polka dots.
They both go over to the other room and everyone has a nice reunion and beers. Tim makes a point to namedrop Bluefly because they donated shoes, I guess to avoid a Karasaun thing. Christian smirks that Christian’s clothes are “interesting”, in the way your child’s crappy drawing is “interesting” because you don’t know what it’s supposed to be. I mean, not that you couldn’t tell all season that the judges loved Rami. Final look: long slim black dress with huge wrap, all the front is crocheted and it is awesome. Chris talks about his glamour Goth inspiration and “unexpected materials”. Nina is glad, and for some reason loves the second look, which is the draped look. Maybe because it’s different colors and it‘s not Grecian.
That’s 3 hours you can’t have to work on your own stuff! The quotes from Rami and Chris seem to imply that Chris is more confident than Rami, which tells me that Rami is going to win. His final look is a long black dress with a million pleats and a train. Chris: the black jacket with hair trim that he showed Tim and a beaded skirt. Second look: Halter top with black beading over a skin tone fabric, and the whole skirt is hair. Rami starts out by saying that he wanted to make things that were different outside the show.
Still, I think people will be lining up to wear her figure-flattering collection of aubergine, mustard and plum. Rami: They told him to try something other than draping and what does he do? Tune in to Bravo tonight to see it all for yourselves, then comment below with your take on all the collections..the drama!
During a repeat viewing of the Season 5 premiere via DVR on Tuesday night, I had a revelation.