Sweet P is out. Her inspiration was a colorful, highly-detailed, and exuberant 17th Century Dutch painting entitled "Peacocks," which was nothing if not a fabulous inspiration. So, what went wrong? For me, it all began to unravel at MOOD: I was confused by her fabric choices, especially the print, because she seemed to want it to serve as faux peacock feathers, rather than layering the fabric in a feather-like way. The result was so disappointing and unambitious: a weird, dowdy house dress that could have been part of Shirley Booth's wardrobe in Come Back Little Sheba. Although the dress was a very basic silhouette, its weirdness derived from these odd side pockets that looked like misplaced godets. Huh? And I was surprised to hear the judges applaud the fit of the dress. What? Lea looked like a waif who was being gobbled up. Sweet P, we love you, and we'll miss you.
That sounds so cool, I think I saw that episode. ^_^ I get distracted though just looking at the stuff LOL.
Off topic but oh well, you guys should do a Gothic Lolita challange, or Visual Kei, those are suprisingly challanging.
Gothic Lolita is all about doll like looks and an innocence and there are many subcategories to them. Check out Mana(he invented the style).
Visual Kei is all about mixing styles and colors and patterns but still making a uniform whole, and there's no such thing as gender in Visual Kei, the contestents would have to like, choose a randome male or female model out of a bag. ^_^
I totally agree with Cinward you guys should do a gothic Lolita challenge.
Ever since I was about 10 I've wanted one of those dresses so badly, but my parents don't have the money for one and I don't have the skill to make one.
The best I can do is to draw pictures of them. Most of them turn out pretty good.