POOING FABRIC: So someone gets to be the second coming of Jay McCarroll (and there are potential Chloe, Kara and Andrae clones as well), and Tim Gunn's inerrant sense of style seems to have abandoned him as a dress he was skeptical of (and rightly so, IMHO) ended up being quite well-liked. Go figure.
As is often the case on Project Runway, the final battle came down to a decision between having too much vision and not-quite-enough, and we know how those things often end up. I'll just say this: it's good to have Michael Kors back, and I still kinda miss Nick Verreos. Season Two is an awful lot for this group to live up to (as fashion and as tv), and I'm just hoping for the best now.