Keith designed for Sherry Vine. Given that the judges placed him in the bottom three, I know that he regretted not having immunity for his win in the last challenge. He designed a mini-dress that was expressly intended to expose Sherry's bra and panties, which is evidently a Sherry Vine signature (go figure?). I was concerned about the possible vulgarity of this display, and Keith assured me that he had reeled in this request and that the panties wouldn't show. This look was topped by a stole (or sorts) made out of strips of black, white, and gray fabric, and this treatment was echoed over the skirt. This led to a potent issue for the judges Keith's repeated use, challenge after challenge, of this layering method. They're simply tired of it and want to see what else he can achieve. RuPaul, who was not familiar with Keith's designs for prior challenges, actually declared his fondness for the outfit and even stated that he would wear it. OK -- go Keith!