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15 Feb 19
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Contrary to what some industry insiders led us to believe at the time about the discovery of one of the world’s top models, Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid was not found poor and underprivileged in a dusty field in her native Somalia and then thrust into the glossy, high fashion world. Iman was the daughter of a […]

14 Feb 19
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In the first six weeks of competition on “Project Runway All Stars” there had been six different design challenge winners — no repeats. That finally changed in the lucky seventh week. Or at least, it was lucky for Anthony Ryan Auld, who won the “Pure Imagination” avant garde challenge. That made him the first contestant to win two challenges. Did he deserve his repeat victory? Scroll down to vote in our poll at the bottom of this post. [predictions-widget id=1202726282]This challenge, inspired by “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” was to create a never-before-seen fashion invention that would be incorporated into their looks. Auld’s idea was a coat that would aid in communication: a wearable dry-erase board. The ever-supportive Dmitry Sholokhov wondered what the point of such an invention was in a world full of smartphones, but the judges didn’t share his grumpy assessment. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] Host Alyssa Milano praised Auld’s look for being “smart, innovative and functional.” Judge Georgina Chapman loved it for its childhood imagination, which was a good fit for the “Willy Wonka” challenge. Isaac Mizrahi thought it was both “chic and avant garde.” And guest judge Anna Camp called it her favorite look of the challenge. It seemed like a close call to pick this week’s winner (I thought the judges would go with Michelle Lesniak‘s carpet-padding dress), but it was ultimately Auld who got the nod. Auld has certainly come a long way from the season premiere episode, when he finished in the bottom two. That week he was struggling creatively due to the recent death of his grandmother. But the judges didn’t send anyone home in the premiere, and Auld bounced back immediately by winning the second challenge of the season, “Top of the Class.” He has kept up the momentum since then, not receiving a single low score since that unfortunate first challenge. Who did you think deserved to win this wonky “Wonka” challenge? Vote below to let us know. [pmc-related-link href=”http://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]’Project Runway’ now; change them until Wednesday night’s show[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your predictions so that the contestants can see how they’re faring in our racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next episode airs every Wednesday on Lifetime. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.
14 Feb 19
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Django Steenbakker‘s elimination from “Project Runway All Stars” was a long time coming. He spent three weeks in a row in the judges’ bottom three, but the avant garde challenge in “Pure Imagination” was the last straw. Did he really deserve to be sent home instead of Sean Kelly, who was convinced he would be axed after he had to scrap an idea and start over mid-challenge. Scroll down to vote in our poll at the bottom of this post. [predictions-widget id=1202726282]The avant garde challenge this week was inspired by “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” It was the two-time Tony-winning star of that Broadway musical Christian Borle who told the top nine designers that they had to create a new fashion invention for their bold designs. But Steenbakker struggled with both directives. He seemed to think inventing was fundamentally inconsistent with being a designer. And he appeared not to understand the spirit of avant garde either. He clashed with mentor Anne Fulenwider (again!) after she told him he wasn’t pushing the envelope far enough. He even criticized other designers’ looks for not being realistic. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] He ended up settling on an idea for an invention: netting to protect someone who works in the fields. And he picked an avant garde element too: a big hat. But it wasn’t enough for the judges. Isaac Mizrahi was especially disappointed; given Steenbakker’s past designs Mizrahi thought this would be his opportunity to go hog wild. Instead, the look was “neither avant garde nor an epic fail, just bad.” And there’s nothing worse on “Runway” than boring the judges, so his ouster was no surprise. This time it was Kelly who delivered the epic fail. His original idea to create a look with pieces that could be mixed and matched like Lego bricks didn’t quite pan out. Guest judge Anna Camp was “confused by it,” while Mizrahi liked the idea more than the execution. Perhaps the judges spared him from elimination because he won last week’s challenge, but Kelly has now gone from the bottom two to a challenge win and right back to the bottom two, so his wild creative swings may give the judges pause in the future. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2019/project-runway-all-stars-recap-pure-imagination-live-blog-news/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]‘Project Runway All Stars’ recap: Come with me and you’ll be in an avant garde challenge of ‘Pure Imagination’ [UPDATING LIVE BLOG][/pmc-related-link] What did you think? Was it finally time for Steenbakker to be sent home, or should Kelly’s inconsistency have gotten him canned? Vote below. [pmc-related-link href=”http://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]’Project Runway’ now; change them until Wednesday night’s show[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your predictions so that the contestants can see how they’re faring in our racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next episode airs every Wednesday on Lifetime. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.
14 Feb 19
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“What we’ll see will defy explanation.” Those lyrics from “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” couldn’t have been more fitting on “Project Runway All Stars.” In episode seven, “Pure Imagination,” the designers embarked on this season’s avant garde challenge. So who got the judges’ golden ticket, and who was booted from this factory tour? Scroll down for our live blog with all the minute-by-minute developments as they happen. [predictions-widget id=1202726282]The avant garde challenge has always been an opportunity for designers to let their freak flags fly, but they had better fly high, especially this season. In the first six weeks of the competition the judges saw some wild, unflattering designs, but they have often been harder on contestants who created bland, uninspired looks (like Juli Grbac) than those who took big swings and missed (like three-time low-scorer Django Steenbakker). And when it comes to avant garde fashion, there’s nothing worse than boring. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] Regular judges Georgina Chapman, Isaac Mizrahi and Alyssa Milano were joined this week by a pair of guests from the stage and screen: Andrew Rannells and Anna Camp. Rannells is a two-time Tony-nominated Broadway performer for the musicals “The Book of Mormon” and “Falsettos.” He’s also known for roles on TV including “Girls,” “Big Mouth” and currently the Showtime comedy “Black Monday.” Camp is also a theater vet, as well as a co-star in TV’s “True Blood” and the “Pitch Perfect” movies on the big screen. Find out below who went big and who went home starting at 9:00pm (all times listed are Eastern). Did the judges get it right? 9:01 p.m. – To hear about this week’s challenge, the designers joined Alyssa on Broadway at the stage of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” with Tony winner and star of the show Christian Borle. With the spirit of Willy Wonka and his imagination as inspiration, Alyssa asked the designers to create their best avant garde using an “invention” never before seen in fashion. Adding to the fun of the challenge, Alyssa had all of them pull a chocolate bar and the designer with the golden ticket in their wrapper earned an extra $100 to shop with at Mood. The lucky bar was picked by Evan Biddell! 9:05 p.m. – During the sketching and fabric buying sessions, Anthony Ryan Auld envisioned an oversized coat that can be written on and then erased, Irina Shabayeva imagined a glamorous gown that could convert into a “flying machine” with wings, Michelle Lesniak thought up a garment that has an anxiety shield, Christina Exie set out to build speakers into her outfit and Sean Kelly considered creating a puzzle garment that can be assembled and reassembled in different ways. 9:08 p.m. – Back in the workroom, Michelle and Dmitry reminisced about their success at avant garde challenges in past seasons while Django struggled to understand the idea of incorporating an invention in to the garments. In addition to shopping at Mood, the designers were also given the option of purchasing extra items to create their looks online. One of the things Michelle bought was carpet padding, a textile she had never used before and when it arrived she second guessed her decision, feeling like if it didn’t work out she might be at a huge disadvantage. 9:16 p.m. – But during a visit with Anne Fulenwider, Michelle’s carpet padding idea received a positive response and she seemed to have a handle on how she would use it. Cynthia Hayashi‘s invention was building a “new kind of armor,” which Anne referred to as more of a metaphor and stressed that Cynthia had to think more about the avant garde aspect of the challenge. Dmitry was not impressed by Anthony Ryan’s “dry-erase board” invention, but Anne was worried that Dmitry’s idea of a self-ventilating jacket wouldn’t translate well to the judges. 9:19 p.m. – Anne was equally confused by Django’s concept of a new kind of apron while Django was perplexed by Irina’s “flying dress” not being actually practical. Django’s overall frustration, both with Anne and with the challenge in general, led to him attacking the other designers and their ideas in an abrasive way. 9:30 p.m. – During the final model fitting prior to the runway, Michelle’s carpet padding dress remained just that, a carpet padding dress that Irina pointed out was just the same dress Michelle always made but with a big circle shield to accompany it. Fair point, but Christian also clocked Irina’s look as very similar to the romantic dresses she’s made before. Welp! What will the judges think?! 9:37 p.m. – On the runway, I’m sorry to inform you that Irina’s dress did not actually fly and Cynthia’s was pretty but inventionless, but Anthony Ryan’s dry erase board jacket looked perfectly implemented. Evan’s garment did look expensive, Sean’s puzzle dress was very interesting and actually looked like a puzzle and Django’s hat and apron were…. something. Christina’s boombox jumpsuit seemed inventive, Dmitry’s airy garment was certainly cool looking and the angles of Michelle’s dress were interesting, but it also just kind of looked like an unconventional materials challenge. 9:41 p.m. – Based on initial scoring, Dmitry, Cynthia and Evan were all declared safe. That left the remaining six–Irina, Michelle, Christina, Django, Sean and Anthony Ryan–as the top three and bottom three of the week. 9:46 p.m. – Christina earned her second high score of the season with her music-inspired garment that the judges appreciated both the concept and tailoring of. Django was, to no one’s surprise, on the bottom for not looking avant garde enough but also not Django enough. Georgina was impressed by Anthony Ryan’s embrace of imagination and said that she could see his coat in Italian Vogue. Irina’s dress earned mixed reviews with Alyssa differing from the rest of the panel by giving her a high score for feeling less restrained than she normally does, but Isaac thought it was mostly tacky. Sean’s construction and concept confused some of the judges, but was interesting to others though none of them really grasped avant garde from it. Michelle was a high score and hit the nail on the head for avant garde, but the judges also appreciated the story behind it. 9:59 p.m. – After discussing the garments more closely, the judges decided that Anthony Ryan was the undeniable winner of the week! The other high scorers, Christina and Michelle, were also safe, as was the best of the worst, Irina. That left Django and Sean on the very bottom with one of them destined to be sent home. Ultimately Django just couldn’t escape his losing streak and this fourth straight trip to the bottom would be his last. NEXT WEEK: The designers shop for three different daytime separates at JC Penney and must transform those into a new nighttime look. [pmc-related-link href=”http://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]’Project Runway’ now; change them until Wednesday night’s show[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your predictions so that the contestants can see how they’re faring in our racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next episode airs every Wednesday on Lifetime. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.
12 Feb 19
Bowtie on Joe

If you’re walking by faith with some things in your life right now, don’t stop, people. Don’t let go of His outstretched arm. All God asks of us is that we trust Him. Trust Him with all we have. Trust HIM to fulfill all our needs. And that we allow HIM to be our All […]

07 Feb 19
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Anya Ayoung-Chee warned us in the season premiere of ‘Project Runway All Stars” that sewing wasn’t her strong suit. She was almost eliminated from the show on that very first challenge. But then she seemed to get along just fine, earning safe scores from the judges every week thereafter … until now. In episode six, “Pedal to the Metal,” the rubber finally met the road and she couldn’t drape her way out of it, even with ample assistance from her fellow designers. Did she really deserve to go? Scroll down to vote in our poll at the bottom of this post. Ayoung-Chee’s strength was in flowing looks, so she knew she was in trouble as soon as the challenge was announced: to create a red carpet look with metallic fabric. The problem was that a metallic fabric wouldn’t work with her usual aesthetic, so it exposed her biggest weakness as a designer. “Structure is rudimentary for other people,” she admitted. “It’s a stretch for me.” [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] Her fellow designers could tell she was struggling, so much so that on the day of the runway show when most of them were working on their finishing touches, Sean Kelly and Anthony Ryan Auld actually helped her finish. It was a gracious move for both designers — Django Steenbakker even warned Kelly against giving their opponent a leg up — but I much prefer that kind of generosity to the usual “Runway” backbiting, so kudos to Kelly and Auld! But it didn’t save her. Her design looked like a “straitjacket” to judge Georgina Chapman. Guest judge Danica Patrick said, “I don’t get it.” And Isaac Mizrahi thought the extra-long sleeves ruined the look. Ayoung-Chee only had one supporter on the panel: Wendy Williams, who loved the funky proportions. Alas, Williams was overruled, so Ayoung-Chee had to roll up her sleeves, pack up her things, and go home. Did she really deserve that fate? [pmc-related-link href=”http://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]’Project Runway’ now; change them until Wednesday night’s show[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your predictions so that the contestants can see how they’re faring in our racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next episode airs every Wednesday on Lifetime. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.
07 Feb 19
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In what has been an especially turbulent season of “Project Runway All Stars,” Sean Kelly is the latest to go from worst to first. He was a surprise addition to the show at the end of the season premiere episode, and it’s been a tumultuous run for him. He landed in the bottom two just last week in “On the Prowl,” but he immediately bounced back from that scare and got his first win of the season in “Pedal to the Metal.” This is the third time that has happened already this season. Anthony Ryan Auld was in the bottom two in the very first episode as he had been reeling from the recent death of his grandmother. But the judges kept him around and he won the very next week in “Top of the Class,” in which he designed a sporty graduation party look. Irina Shabayeva finished at the bottom of the class that week with a provocative dress that had serious taste issues. But she narrowly avoided elimination as well and then reigned supreme in the “Buckle Up!” unconventional materials challenge in week three by using airplane-related items for a bold red dress. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] This week it was Kelly’s turn to stage a stunning comeback. In “On the Prowl” he was inspired by a giraffe to make a sleek jumpsuit in grey plaid, but judge Isaac Mizrahi didn’t like the cheap-looking fabric — I liked it better than he did. But in “Pedal” he redeemed himself with a metallic red carpet look with an elaborately structured top that the judges likened to Origami, paired with an old Kelly classic on the bottom: a dramatic fringe skirt. Kelly won his original season with a collection that was swimming in fringe. I’m not sure I would have given him the win for this challenge since he runs the risk of using fringe as a crutch whenever he runs into designer’s block. But it was nice to see him get back on the judges’ good side after such a topsy-turvy season; in his five challenges so far he has already gotten two high scores and two dangerously low scores. However, I hope he keeps the fringe in check going forward. How about you? [pmc-related-link href=”http://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]’Project Runway’ now; change them until Wednesday night’s show[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your predictions so that the contestants can see how they’re faring in our racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next episode airs every Wednesday on Lifetime. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.
06 Feb 19
NYC Moda Boutique

Isaac Mizrahi Live! Knit V-Neck Top with Tie Sleeve Detail Jazz up those go-to jeans with this cute, comfy V-neck top, featuring eye-catching tie details on the sleeves. From Isaac Mizrahi Live!TM. Features: V-neckline, split short sleeves with tie detail, curved hem Fit: semi-fitted; follows the lines of the body with added wearing ease Length: missy […]

01 Feb 19
Shelf Talk

February may be the shortest month of the year, but it’s long on ambitious essay collections, guides for aging well, and deeply affecting memoirs. Happy reading!

01 Feb 19
Read it or Weep

Here are some new exciting titles coming in February!  Click on the title to find the book in the catalog and place a hold. The Source of Self-Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches, and Meditations by Toni Morrison – An anthology of the Nobel Prize-winning writer’s essays, speeches and commentary on society, culture and art includes her […]

01 Feb 19
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To paraphrase a common sentiment, I don’t know much about fashion, but I know what I like. And I like “Project Runway All Stars” front-runner Dmitry Sholokhov just fine. But after five weeks of competition I’m kind of wondering what all the fuss is about. The judges have loved his designs, but I’m not sure he has belonged in the top three as often as the judges have put him there. Do you think his designs have really been as strong as his results? Vote in our poll at the bottom of this post to let us know. Sholokhov came into this “All Stars” season undefeated, having won the show both times competed before: “Runway” season 10 and “All Stars” season 4. And he was the judges favorite right out of the gate in the current competition, winning the season premiere design challenge. He was safe for the next two weeks, and then he was back in the top three in the “Of Corsets Fashion” challenge, even though rival designer Evan Biddell told him it wasn’t his best work. To be fair, though, the contestants throw shade all the time, so their assessments of each other’s work doesn’t always reflect their actual quality. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] But then in “On the Prowl” he created a bird-inspired look with poofy sleeves that mentor Anne Fulenwider thought was reminiscent of a Renaissance faire, and that judge Georgina Chapman thought was derivative of his season premiere design — yet they still put him in the top three for it. All the while he was holding a grudge against Michelle Lesniak, who he thought ripped off one of his past designs. Isaac Mizrahi did acknowledge a similarity to his aesthetic, but they didn’t seem to think there was anything fishy about her porcupine look, so they gave her the win. What do you think? Has Sholokhov been buoyed by his reputation this season, or is he really as good as the judges’ hype? [pmc-related-link href=”http://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]’Project Runway’ now; change them until Wednesday night’s show[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your predictions so that the contestants can see how they’re faring in our racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next episode airs every Wednesday on Lifetime. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.
31 Jan 19
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Another one bites the dust on “Project Runway All Stars.” Juli Grbac was the latest international contestant to be deported from the show this season, which pits American “Runway” champs against the winners of foreign spin-offs. So far three out of the four eliminations were of designers who came from abroad. Did the Australian Grbac really deserve to be ousted at the end of the “On the Prowl” design challenge? Vote in our poll at the bottom of this post to let us know. Grbac wasn’t revealed as a contestant on the show until the end of the season premiere, so her competition didn’t start until week two. But maybe she could have used another week to settle in because she never wowed the judges during her four weeks in contention. She finished in the bottom two in the unconventional materials challenge by delivering a look that the judges thought was basic and bland. And she had the same problem in “On the Prowl,” when the designers took their inspiration from zoo animals. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] Grbac was inspired by a gibbon, but her interpretation of that animal’s look and personality was just to apply white tufts to the hips of a conventional black dress as a nod to the white fur on a gibbon’s cheeks. But Isaac Mizrahi didn’t think the dress was flattering. Georgina Chapman felt it was “lacking in any personality.” And Alyssa Milano felt it emphasized all the wrong places on the model’s body. Despite those critiques of Grbac, I thought the judges would oust Django Steenbakker for his odd, unflattering mint-green interpretation of a lion, but they preferred a bad look with ambition to a bland look that didn’t express a point of view. As Chapman said of Steenbakker’s design, “I kind of love him for his epic failures.” [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2019/project-runway-all-stars-recap-on-the-prowl-season-7-episode-5-news/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]‘Project Runway All Stars’ recap: The designers went ‘On the Prowl’ with their zoological looks [LIVE BLOG][/pmc-related-link] Steenbakker wasn’t even in the judges’ bottom two. He had a low score but was declared safe. This week’s second worst designer according to the judges turned out to be Sean Kelly for his grey plaid giraffe. I liked Kelly’s look a lot better than the judges did — and a lot better than Steenbakker’s — but to each their own. Vote below to let us know who you think really deserved to get the boot. [pmc-related-link href=”http://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]’Project Runway’ now; change them until Wednesday night’s show[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your predictions so that the contestants can see how they’re faring in our racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next episode airs every Wednesday on Lifetime. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.
31 Jan 19
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“Some of these people are just wolves in sheep’s clothing,” said “Project Runway All Stars” contestant Michelle Lesniak after the drama that ensued during the “On the Prowl” challenge. She designed a jagged-edged look inspired by a porcupine, but some of her fellow competitors thought she plagiarized one of Dmitry Sholokhov‘s looks from a previous season. Sholokhov seemed to think so too. The judges were also reminded of his aesthetic, but they didn’t think she stole anything from him because they gave her the win. What do you think? Vote in our poll at the bottom of this post to let us know if she really deserved this victory. The designers were well into the workday when Irina Shabayeva caught a glimpse of Lesniak’s look and tattled to Sholokhov about the similarities she perceived. Evan Biddell also thought they were similar, though he gave Lesniak credit for interpreting another designer’s style and knocking it out of the park. Isaac Mizrahi even told her that he thought it was Dmitry’s dress when it walked down the runway, but he loved it so much he wanted to wear it himself. And Georgina Chapman thought it was “wonderful.” [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] When Lesniak received her praise and won the challenge, the camera kept cutting to Sholokhov’s indignant expression. He didn’t accuse her in front of the judges, and when all was said and done he said with a sour face, “She did a great job, and she won. That’s all I have to say,” which was his unconvincing interpretation of graciousness. I’m Team Michelle on this one. I thought she had an excellent design, and Sholokhov doesn’t have a monopoly on that dark, severe aesthetic. And while her opponents accused Lesniak of copying, it was Sholokhov who was called out by Chapman for copying his own look from the season premiere — the judges put him in the top-three anyway, and I’m not sure why. But maybe that’s just me. Vote below to let us know what you think about this week’s “Runway” rumble. [pmc-related-link href=”http://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]’Project Runway’ now; change them until Wednesday night’s show[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your predictions so that the contestants can see how they’re faring in our racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next episode airs every Wednesday on Lifetime. You’ll compete to win a spot on our leaderboard and eternal bragging rights. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.