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'Runway' picks the favored four for fashion week

Liane Bonin of HitFix.com writes:Anyway, the designers enjoy a presidential suite at the Mandarin Oriental hotel, where Gwetchen moans that she’ll FINALLY get a REAL cappuccino, then informs everyone that she’s supposed to be in the final five because she set the intention to do it. Really? Because no one else did that? Andy says “PR” has been a crash course in getting to know who you are

Liane Bonin of HitFix.com writes:

Anyway, the designers enjoy a presidential suite at the Mandarin Oriental hotel, where Gwetchen moans that she’ll FINALLY get a REAL cappuccino, then informs everyone that she’s supposed to be in the final five because she set the intention to do it. Really? Because no one else did that? Andy says “PR” has been a crash course in getting to know who you are and sticking by that, unless Gwetchen bosses you around, in which case you crumple like a wet Kleenex. Oh, wait, that’s just Andy. Michael C. says he learned what other people think of his designs, which is that judges largely like them and his fellow designers want to burn them. April feels like a much stronger person for having been on the show, then starts crying, because she’s either exhausted or premenstrual. Mondo says he feels like he’s been set free. I feel like I’ve been forced to watch the designers bond while a producer stands next to the camera and says, “C’mon, guys, tell each other what the show has meant to you or I’m not writing your CHECK, mwahahahaha!” The next morning, Tim introduces the designers to Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The mayor tells them they’ll be drawing inspiration from a New York landmark. I’m so glad “PR” has yanked the mayor away from doing his civic duty to read two lines of text. Read the full recap at HitFix.com.Slideshow:Final season 8 catwalk