I think the only designer that actually translated their look from the final challenge was Chloe. While her collection looked more 80's then 40's to me, I could see the flow of inspiration.Assuming that his idea was chic simplicity, then Daniel was also successful...although not as literal as Chloe.Santino's challenge dress and his line were on two completely opposite ends of the spectrum! But that's Santino for us...
I liked Daniel's line a lot and loved Chloe's. I can't be objective about Santino and the first few things were ok but then it just seems to suck for the sake of sucking. But like I said, I'm not objective.
only daniel achieved the goal of creating a line that was reflective of his gown. personally, i think all the gowns, but santino's, were boring. his, as usual was too much, but he didn't play it safe. with that said it hit me at the end of the show that only daniel created a line that was indicative of the gown he created. it was clean, classic albeit a little drab. chloe nor santino's shows reflected the gowns we saw in ep. 11. however, i agree with asiangirl, it's hard to stick a concept for a show with the little time they had to think.
well, i think that chloe's line was pretty reflective of her gown in the last challenge. it certainly wasn't as well-made, but it had the sheekness and sophistication that her line had. the cut in the back was really reflective on her final, collection, which i think ROCKED!! dan's collection also matched his gown, but i thought that his collection was kind of boring, personally . . . .i think that santino is an ass, so i'd hate his collection even if it was good.
Chloe's designs are absolutely beautiful. THe colors are bold- the backs are exquisite- and the sewing fabulous. Way to go!!
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