But before the final designs are unveiled, a correction must be made to the previous PR post. The producers forgot to give out a very special award.
Judging PR:JNCT designs can be hard. If fashion is based on aesthetics, how can one judge one design as better than the other? Each challenge, I asked my judges to rate each look that walked down the runway and now I am giving out one final award: Favorite Judge.
And the winner is....
Congrats Mom! Mom constantly provided valuable, honest feedback that made the designers laugh and cry at the same time. Whether she was applauding the one or two designs she actually liked or criticizing all the others, Mom always told it how it was. And for that, she wins the Favorite Judge award.
Now, back to the finale.
The contestants got their final words of advice from Polt Gunn:
Polt Gunn here, offering advice on the finale of the PR:thingee (I can never remember the letters).
Hmm...well honestly, these three designers survived numerous design challenges, problems with their models, snarky judges and probably minor (or not so minor) injuries from scissors, needles, and duct tape. And if they can make it to the final three, despite all that AND the advice I provided, I don't really know that they NEED any advice I could give them, they seem to have done quite well on their own.
Nonetheless, I'll try my best: keep it coherent, keep it fun and interesting, and no one's ever said it better than my idol, Tim Gunn. Make it work.
As a final though, in keeping with the tradition from both of these PR challenges, I have been AIB...Advising in Boxers.
Good luck to all three designers! I'm sure your work will knock our collection socks off!
After thinking about what theme they wanted to work with, the final three designers got to work.
Michelle soon remembered how annoying it is to work with such small materials. The work was tedious and slow. Rather than spend hours making tiny garments, Michelle just started a sweatshop.
Contestant Adam had a similar idea, forcing his cat Spring to do all the work.
Enrico tried to do the same thing with Richard Parker....
But he was busy stuffing his cheeks with food and lapsed into a food coma. So Enrico had to actually do the work by himself.
Michelle and Enrico designed with boxers.
And for some reason Adam sent in this dirty pic!
THREE MONTHS LATER...
And the final collections walked down the runway.
So what'd you think of the final collections?! Were they terrible or amazing?! Who deserves to win?