Better Luck Next Time

Rising to the Challenge

Mommy Dearest

Red Red Whine

The Creative Process

Hail the Virgin Queen

Doing It Big

Ultimate Dressmaker Collection

Let's Twist Again

Captain Planet

The Kids Are All Right

Accessories in the Attic

Beige is Boring

The Hungry Ruffle

More Is More

Blushing Brides

The Love Float

Finding Your Key Light


The End of the Affair

Two Sides of NY

Jersey Shore Moment

The Island of Lost Handbags

In A Nutshell

Attention Upper East Siders

The Greatest Show in the World!

Banana Drama

Life Finds A Way

Shrinking Violets

Plaid in Space

Message in a Bottle

Sad for Plaid

Color Coordinated

Suffocate with Love

In Noir and White

Welcome to the Fun Haus

Lethal Women

It's a Camp-tastrophe

Disappointing Duplicity

Inside Out Man

I'm Still In Love

Better Luck Next Time

Keith explains his desire for positive comments from the judges (for a change.)

Today I feel comfortable with my dress. I’ve done a pink and black petal dress with an organza flower detail. I’m hoping the judges might finally acknowledge my work in a positive light.
We get to the work room and the stress begins. Two hours to finish and my dress is still in pieces. However, I do manage to get it done and am ready just in the nick of time. The model looks great in my dress, but when I put the dress on her I ripped the zipper because it was snagged on the dress and I pulled too hard! Immediately I called Reco over and asked him to fix the zipper and thank god he came to my rescue. I owe him big time. The dress went out on the runway and I was truly pleased with the way it looked. I thought for sure I would get some sort of nod from the judges during their review of the collections. However, the format changed from the previous challenge because we were no longer in groups and only the winners and losers got comments on their pieces. I must say that given the beauty of my piece this week and the fact that I have only heard negative comments from the judges during eliminations, I was really hoping they would say something positive about my work. Oh well, better luck next time! Overall I loved using shoes as an inspiration and plan to do that sometime in my professional career.