Project Runway Season 12, Episode 7: "Shoes First!"
Time for shoe puns!
The designers had to "step it up" this week.
Some "sole searching" was in order for the remaining challengers.
One designer had a look that was a "shoe-in" to win, while another designer was "booted."
And finally, instead of a recap, consider this a "retread":
On the latest Project Runway episode, the designers travelled to the Marie Claire magazine offices. There, they met editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider and Tim Gunn in the magazine's vast shoe closet. The designers had to come up with looks inspired by the shoes, and each selected a pair from the closet after correctly answering a fashion quiz question.
(Example question: Christian Louboutin based his famous red soles on an employee's what?
Answer: Nail polish.)
Miranda was the last to select her shoes - she was unable to answer a single question correctly. She voiced a wish that the questions had been about "wallpaper or photography." Wallpaper??
Helen Castillo wowed the judges with a minimalist cape and dress. The fit and cut looked impeccable. Helen's shoes were black booties with studded toes.
Miranda Levy created a short white jacket, sleeveless white blouse with polka dots, and high-waisted, pegged plaid pants to go with her red patent smoking slippers. Oddly, the model was styled to look sort of like the late singer Amy Winehouse.
Posted on Sep 5th, 2013 in sewing, design, garment construction, fabric, Project Runway, designers, getting the look, , project runway 12, shoes challenge