Queerty is better as a member
Gunnar, a screechy whine like nails across a chalkboard. He makes RuPaul sound butch. One of the most unlikeable contestants on this show ever.
That said, most of them seem to not know much about the real world that most women live, work and play in. Full out ruffles as office wear? A blouse that encourages jiggles/bounces with every step? Really?
What they make is irrelevant.
Last year the producers decided Anya made better TV, and so annointed her the winner. Even going so far as to put in a last min. addition that gave her extra money to get additional material when it looked like she might get knocked out.
So just watch to figure out who the producers like and not who is making the best clothing.
@sidewalk: Thank goodness you said that! Gunnar is just unpleasant to watch. Elena is a total bitch of an asshole, but she’s at least enjoyable to watch. Gunnar is just annoying on every level. He’s not someone I love to hate, he’s someone that I just want off the show. What were the producers thinking?!
@Cam: All reality TV is what the producers want, get over it. We aren’t watching the show to turn around and buy the clothing they make. It’s also why Gunnar being on the show is such a disappointment: not only are his designs not up to par yet, he isn’t at all what we want to watch. I mean, seriously, when did someone fool gay guys into thinking that being cunts was an adorable trait?
I liked Anya and I thought her clothes were effortless and sexy. Gunnar….ugh. I dont know. Insainly annoying and yes, the talent this season isnt impressive. Sadly. All stars was great. Im a little upset season 10 is so awful thus far.
I’m not very impressed with this season’s crop of designers. There’s certainly no standout star like a few from past years. Ven seems like a good designer and everything he does is always clear and cleanly done, but he seems like he actually has only a very narrow way that he will make things. Unless he can show he has a broader range, I doubt he’ll be nothing more than a runner up. About Gunner, I didn’t like him in the first episode, but I’ve begun to warm up to him. He seems to be able to size up people well even when though he’s often unable to remove a certain amount of self centerednesss, but i susupect that will go down as he gets older and i think he may mature into someone with something to say thats worth hearing. however, for now, he doesnt seem to be putting himself out very much and seems to not be just giving it everything, he seems so young that he doesnt realize what he’s holding back is his very talent. he needs to learn to let go and be really good. he needs to practice that. Mellissa is clearly starting to show us she may have potential. i bet she’s in the top three. Christopher seems to be someone who can design, but i think his personality is too soft, he doesnt seem to entirely belive he can win. otherwise i think he’d have a better chance. Finaly, Sonjja is the last one i think is worth watching. None of the other players seem to have much really show us. I think it will come down to Ven, Christopher, Melissa and Sonjja. Gunner will probably not be able to realize he could have won if he’d have tried harder.
I agree wit hyou on Ven. Somebody compared him to Rami, where he could do one thing beautifully, but was he a one note?
I totally agree with what you said about Melissa’s dress. It is stunning outside of the workplace, but my boss at Dish would think I lost my mind if I walked into the office wearing that! Otherwise, I liked the rest of the collection, with the exception of Raul of course. I’m so glad I didn’t miss the episode where they finally dismissed him for good. Luckily, we upgraded our DVR to the Hopper just in time, which lets us watch or record up to six things at once, or else I would’ve been stuck watching preseason football with my boyfriend instead. Now that Raul is gone, who do you guys think will be eliminated next?
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