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Project Runway Review Season 14 Episode 12, Roll Out the Red Carpet

Hey Everyone!
Back with another Project Runway Review.
I'm soo happy that this season is almost over.
Boring!
Seriously and to be quite honest I only tune in for Kelly. 
I was over Ashley on episodes back when all she did is cry. 




Roll Out the Red Carpet

Heidi and Tim told the designers that they would be taking an inspirational trip to The City of Lost Angels. They  check into there rooms at the Best Western Plus Hotel and see a letter telling them to meet at the pool were Tim and Tammy Lucas, Managing Director, Marketing & Advertising of Best Western. Tammy goes on to tell them if they when this challenge, they will when 100 free nights in any of the Best Western Hotels and Resorts in the World.                 




Tim then whisk them away to another beautiful location in the Hollywood Hills. 
Where they meet Keltie Knight, Correspondent, The Insider and expert on Red Carpet Looks.
She going on to tell about the very first question they ask a star is, "Who are you wearing"? 
Keltie, then tells them that their designs are a platform to showcase the creations.  She also tells them that there are 3 things in her favorite design ingredients, Drama, Color and Fit and tells the designer not to play it safe with a$400 budget..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                



Another picture of the cute dress.. 
Soo Cute...





It reminds me so much of Simplicity Lisette 1419, just a little shorter, sleeves added and less gathered in the skirt. The material was exquisite. 



This weeks guest judge was Christian Siriano.



                      
Ashley's dress was sexy and nice but nothing to write home about. 
I understood her concept but she needs more classes in structure. Her base has to be impeccable before she can design a dress like this.  
       Heidi loved it..            




             Her dress reminded  Emilio Sosa dress and under-structure was always on point.                  



Candice
Simple and nice...
Another Elvira little cousin dress.  
Judges thought the was sophisticated and safe, but not best dress. 


Edmond
Extremely too much of everything.
The judges are soo disappointed in him and his fabric choice.
They think it looked cheap, dated  and not fashion-forward.

GONE!! 
I really thought Tim was going to save him.


Kelly
Again she always knocks it out of the park.
She actually created her own textile.. 
When a person can envision and execute a design flawlessly, that's the make of a remarkable designer.


Winner!!! 

Congrats Kelly!!!!
She envisioned Katie Perry MVA's and that's exactly what I see, I think she had the wrong shoes on.. 
Zac and Nina are soo proud of her and how far she's come.


That's for stopping by and feel free to leave a comment, share and subscribe. 

Until Next Time...
PR IT CHIC!!!

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