Right? I’m loving Christian’s presence at Mood, and his willingness to give guidance on fabric choices while there’s still time for the designers to change them. Tim often came in with opinions about the fabrics once the designers were back in the work room — and what were they supposed to do at that point?
I would have liked to see any of the designers seek out and use a varied print, one that’s not the same all across the bolt, but one with gradients or flowers here and dots there or variations in scale. You know, something they could have played with across the span of the head-to-toe look. That might be asking a lot, considering how little time they have at Mood, but nobody’s print really rang my bell.
I was glad to see Nadine go. Beyond her outfit, which I didn’t think was actually the worst on the runway, she was no fun to watch. I don’t need every designer to be a cloying ray of sunshine, KOVID, but I also don’t enjoy watching people who are just so relentlessly sour.
Oh, and Hester’s look was ridiculously junior. ...Said in my sneeriest Nina Garcia voice.