Jillian presented a gorgeous and innovative collection. It represented a continuation of her Metropolitan Museum of Art inspiration, "The Master of the Argonauts." As I previously wrote regarding my visit in December to check in on her progress, I was concerned about cohesion. Nina nailed it when she declared during the finale deliberation, "I see too many ideas." However, on that fateful February day, while I continued to see a lot of ideas, I did see cohesion, big time. I voiced to Jillian my one big concern earlier that week: the black and white knitted top with the undulating cap sleeves. For me, it looked like it belonged to a different customer. It was a little Seuss-like, versus the serious sophistication, albeit with some whimsy, of the rest of the collection. And I was inordinately impressed with her resolution to the last look: nix the full-length skirt and create a wide-legged pant. Presto! It's Jillian! What sets Jillian apart as a designer is her extraordinary attention to detail. To see her collection on a runway is one matter, but to be able to inspect it close-up is another. You would SWOON at the leitmotif of details and the surgical precision of the construction. Jillian has a fabulous future ahead! Congratulations!
I have a concern. I have not seen any advertisments about the beginning of Project Runway for this season #6. When and where or is there going to be a when or where ? I NEED TO SEE MY FASHION SHOWS !!!!!!!!
Won't watch project awunry again. Thought it was a fashion show not that 70's show. Obvious set up. Mondo was complimented the entire season on his bold fresh looks and was insulted by being told his clothes were costumy at the end. Can't watch the show as the judges and host showed no character in the end.