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Well, Heidi Klum, Nina Garcia, Michael Kors and Apollo Ohno (okay . . .) may have sent Jennifer home this week, but the young designer gets the last word. As she tells Stylehive about the vibe in the workroom pre-runway show, "[Tim] really didn’t have any negative things to say about it and everyone . . . really liked it- ironically, a lot of the designers thought that I was gonna be in the top, not the bottom."
Apparently, while Tim Gunn originally said the sweater looked "matronly" from afar, up close he felt it was quite chic. And they failed to mention thoughtful details like gold "USA" stitching on the camisole or a special pocket in the back of the skirt for passes and tickets. Hard to know what really went down, but Joe's design, which made it into the top three, was definitely pretty heinous. [Stylehive]