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March 13th, The mentors question the judges following a contentious argument in the lounge. Episode 8 - It's an Unconventional Beach Party. March 6th, The designers attend a California beach party and then must use materials from the event to create their looks.
Episode 7 - Steampunk Chic. February 27th, The designers must create an avant-garde, steampunk look which is welcomed by some, and scares others.
Episode 6 - Pompeii Team Challenge. February 20th, The teams must design mini collections. Plus, the mentors become therapists Episode 5 - Hit the Stage.
February 13th, The designers must create looks for actress and pop star Zendaya to wear to a concert. Everyone else passes, so Nick has his first team member.
Nobody wants you, goodbye. With nothing left to lose, Natalia makes Tim Gunn cry because she is awful and essentially begs for a spot on a team.
Mondo offers her a spot, and so does Nick. She selects Nick because he can teach her technical skills. Just once, though. Photos via MyLifetime.
The designers are challenged to make avant-garde outfits inspired by steampunk, utilizing unconventional materials found at Travel Town Museum in Griffith Park, Los Angeles.
Tensions run high between Anya and Nicholas because of his consecutive bad performances, whereas Shan has upped his game after his near elimination.
Shan wins the challenge, and Anya is yet again given the task between sending Blake or Nicholas home. Apparently learning from her mistake the first time, she chooses Blake to stay.
The designers enjoy a beach party in the California sun and then are challenged to use the materials from the seaside bash to create their looks.
Frustrated with being safe since his initial win, Sam seems to struggle with his look, whereas Oscar has difficulty settling on a design for the challenge.
Tim criticizes him for relying too much on the mentor critique to drive his design choices. After the runway, Mondo is given the responsibility of awarding the win to either Sam or Asha, ultimately choosing Sam for overcoming his frustrations with the challenge, and sticking to his design aesthetic.
Sam is also awarded a bonus prize for creating the look that best matched the mood of the California beach party challenge.
Even though Michelle is harshly criticized for making a cocktail waitress outfit and not utilizing enough unconventional materials, it's Stephanie who is sent home for yet again failing to deliver a compelling runway look.
The designers are required to create day-to-night transition outfits for the runway, inspired by Glade 2-in-1s. Oscar wins the challenge, and Michelle is sent home.
Mondo and Anya have problems with Natalia, and confront the judges about their decisions. Oscar, Shan, Sam, and Blake are in contention for the win, with both Shan and Oscar being chosen as the winner.
Asha and Natalia both give tearful speeches after being asked which of them should be sent home, and though neither of them actually give a clear answer, Natalia insinuates that she wouldn't want Asha to feel as though she was being sent home for something Natalia did.
Ultimately, Natalia is eliminated for her poor construction. All of the designers seemingly struggle in this challenge--Asha frets that the judges will send her home for the most minor issue after the previous week, while Sam is criticized for his poor fabric choices.
Where to Watch. Season 1, Episode 9. Season 1, Episode 8. Season 1, Episode 7. Season 1, Episode 6. Season 1, Episode 5.
Season 1, Episode 4. Season 1, Episode 3. Season 1, Episode 2. The Twist : Tim Gunn will randomly draw pairs to work together and the two will swap designs.
The designers will work on their partner's design with direction from the designer! The goal is to get a feel for life as a designer and having a sample shop create your designs.
My Take : I am fortunate to have friends who sew. I had two ladies willing to help me with this challenge!
I have done one so far, and hopefully the stars will align and I can get together with the other soon! I met with CostumeMama in the evening where we shared our sketches and fabric selections.
I wanted a striped tee and nautical inspired cropped pants. I had red-and-white striped knit for the top and black linen and red buttons for the pants.
She had a halter and wrap pant combo with brown linen for the pants, a fun burn out sheer in warm shades of green, brown, and gold and a cream shantung for the top.
Two very different aesthetics! We got to work on draping and patterning and explained what we were looking for. We worked for several hours and agreed to finish on our own still working on each other's projects.
It was interesting because I don't own a serger. I have used them, but it's been a while. Thus I think in old timey methods and working without a serger.
I do a lot of French seams and occasional zig-zag stitching. She is a costumer and has a serger, and is used to having to create a lot of things in a limited time so she is used to working quickly and in a more modern manner.
I think it was a good pairing because of the differences. I took her pieces home to finish, and tried to keep everything in my mind for the construction.
It is really interesting to work on something that is not my own, and not an off-the-rack pattern.
Also, my aesthetic involves more tailored pieces, so it took more thought to work on a more drapey flowing piece. I admit that I didn't quite finish her pieces before returning them.
I couldn't remember exactly how she wanted the sash attached to the top so I let it unattached. Plus I remember she had buttons for the pants, but didn't get them so I left that alone.
I did not want to put the wrong size buttonholes in, that was for sure! Since the designers were able to take back their own designs at the end, we'll pretend that is what happened.
Of course if we would have still had time to work together, I would have been easily able to have her for reference. I am still waiting to hear her feedback and get photos, so hopefully I achieved what she was after!
It is pretty nerve-wracking working on someone else's garment. I know what shortcuts I can take and changes I can make on my own garment, but when someone else is relying on me I have a definite air of paranoia.
I don't want to let anyone down or disappoint. Here are the results of my design as created by CostumeMama: Now, back at CostumeMama's when I first attempted to try on the pants, I discovered I didn't allow enough space at the front flap to get them on.
I have a major difference between my waist and hips, so I tend to have to leave a lot of room to get things on, so they fit at the waist. We decided to put a side zipper in to alleviate this.
Well, when I got them back, they were too snug. This was a combination of me mismeasuring and the fact that I ate very poorly all week and put on five pounds it was a treat bonanza at work.
They will fit great, though, once I am able to run again and peeps stop bringing treats to work every day I think they will be great!
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