THE FINGER POINTING STOPS WHEN THE SEVEN REMAINING DESIGNERS MUST COMPETE INDIVIDUALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME AND CREATE
AN ICONIC ADVERTISEMENT, ON "THE CUT," FRIDAY, AUG. 12
ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK
"Nothing Says New York Like Baseball And Weenies" -- The seven remaining designers must work solo for the first time and create their own iconic advertising campaign that captures the essence of New York, on THE CUT, Friday, Aug. 12 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
The designers must prove their talent without relying on their teammates when Tommy tells them they have 48 hours to create their own iconic print advertisement. The designers must execute their concept and choose the photographer, model, clothes, hair and make-up artists for the shoot. Some of the designers' egos are deflated when legendary designer Karl Lagerfeld
arrives at the Style Forum to judge the end results.
Felix Arguelles, 35, Los Angeles
Jeff Berin, 42, Chicago Cut 7/20
Deanna Bonin, 23, Hollywood, Calif.
Chris Cortez, 26, Bridgeport, Conn.
Wes Davis, 25, New Orleans
Jessica Dereschuk, 22, Stacey, Minn. Cut 7/27
Vlada Drukh, 24, St. Louis Cut 6/16
Julie O'Connor, 37, St. Louis Cut 7/6
Elizabeth Saab, 30, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Amy Salinger, 26, Chicago Cut 6/9
Chris Sherrill, 25, Nashville, Tenn. Cut 6/23
Shauna Storey, 39, New Orleans
Rob Walker, 35, Brooklyn, N.Y. Cut 8/4
Tommy Walton, 42, Chicago Cut 6/30
Princess Warren, 22, Philadelphia, Pa.
James Wolfe, 27, San Diego Cut 7/13