I mostly agree with the judges decision for the past two weeks, both winners and those sent home.
I thought Sean's white RIT dress was not only clever but also something that could actually sell in stores.
Imagine the surprise you'd get not knowing what Monet design would appear on your dress when you venture out!
Although I'm not sure how one would keep the dye from getting on everything...
As for Kini's umbrella design -- I have to say that while unique and artistic, I'm starting to deduct points for his
all black designs with a very fitted bodice and unusual skirting. He's already a creative designer, but black is
an obvious safe choice, and I want to see him leave this comfort zone at this stage and show us what he can do
with color. (Also the judges picked on one of the other designers for areas in their garment that could collect
water, but said nothing to that effect when critiquing Kini's upside down umbrella.) After mulling it over, it
kinda reminded me of Mary Poppins...
I almost sorta kinda get why the judges dig Amanda and Sandya -- they take the right amount of risk. But
then I see the eyeballs and striped jumpsuit and I'm back to scratching my head....