Yes, there is no justice

I am still recovering from last night’s season finale of “Project Runway.” (There was a time when that last sentence would have embarrassed me, but I have evolved past feeling any shame over being addicted to a reality show about fashion designers.) The result, if you ask me, was a travesty. The annoying Christian — an arrogant little guttersnipe who can’t stop saying the word “fierce” — triumphed over the humble and talented Rami, and I just don’t think it’s right.

I don’t consider myself much of a judge of fashion, but I thought Christian’s stuff was weak. It was somehow both over the top and monotonous, not to mention profoundly unsexy, looking more like battle armor than clothing. Rami’s work was subtle, sleek, and classy, and on the whole he just deserved it more. But why should I care so much? I need to take a deep breath and get on with my day.

3 Responses to “Yes, there is no justice”

  1. Cecil Vortex Says:

    overall, I don’t care with Tim Gunn sez — talent seemed a little light this year.

    Yeah, that’s right. I watch too. Got a problem wit dat?

    -Cecil

  2. Barbara Says:

    They always pick the most avant garde designer, not the best or most tasteful, as the winner. You can predict who will win based on that. I hate that.

  3. luckypaul Says:

    Philter:

    The fashion world loves crazy, extravagant, over-the-top posers! Rami will get a job, Christian will be trying to live on his fame from Project Runway forever.

    Lucky Paul

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