Project Runway Episode 7

Micahel Kors presented the challenge to the designers this week, which was to create a resortwear look that reflected each designer’s aesthetic. But the episode wouldn’t be complete without a twist–Tim paired up the designers and they had to create each other’s designs. Cue the drama! Mondo was less-than-trilled with his partner Michael C., as was Ivy with Michael D. Michael Kors later accompanied Tim on his regular workroom rounds and M.K. warned Casanova that his design was looking too “grandma” and Ivy that her design was too boring. Mondo and Micahel C. eventually came together, but Ivy and Micahel D. had major issues the entire time–the main one being that Ivy didn’t trust Michael D. to execute her design and kept “dumbing down” her design in order for Michael to construct it. Yikes!

A few of the designers working on their designs:

(Left to right: Casanova, Michael D. and Gretchen and Ivy)

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After showcasing their completed looks on the runway, the judges (Kristen Bell was the guest judge this week) deemed that Casanova, Ivy and Mondo had the worst designs, while Michael D., April and Andy have the best looks. Again, cue the drama that Michael D. was on top while Ivy was on the bottom. After deliberating, the judges picked April as the winner and sent Casanova home. icon sad Project Runway Episode 7

(Left to right: April’s design, Andy’s design)

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(Left to right: Michael D.’s design, Mondo’s design)

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(Left to right: Ivy’s design, Casanova’s design)

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Stay tuned for more fashion and fun next week!

*Photos courtesy of Brother International Corporation

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