Heidi greets everyone on the runway. After this show, there will be only 10 designers! She introduces Michael, Nina, and Tory Burch as the guest designer. I make stupid Revolutionary War jokes every time I pass her Soho store with my best friend, Andi. Once, the very famous and beautiful model Frederique Van Der Wal heard me and started laughing. That was not a lie just now.
The show begins with Anthony and I find this difficult to describe with great detail. I think this will be the impressionistic PR recap. There's just not a lot of opportunity to look at them up close. But, they are in the same wine red family. The little girl dress has a high waist with pleating on the skirt. The top part is a little floral print with some ruffles at the sleeves and neck. The lady dress is form-fitting and knee-length. It's a darker red and there's similar ruffling around the plunging neckline. Anthony seems happy with it, per uzh.
Here's Amy's look. It's a little girl's petal skirt in orange and a blue wrap sweater. The companion look is this blue spaghetti strap top paired with these wild multi-colored petal pants. It think it's rad. Amy says she's happy, though she's not sure how the judges will respond.
Ben's look is next and it's a lavender dress for the little girl and a gray skirt and violet top for his lady. He feels like he did a good job correlating the two looks. They both look good, though the girl dress is kinda heavy.
Here's Seth Aaron's look. For the little girl, he created a sleeveless hoodie in black and white. There are little pink appliques on the pockets and it's really cute. For the model, he made a super-structured jacket with a mod houndstooth print. The little girl wears a black skirt while the model wears fitted black pants. Seth Aaron says that he wouldn't change a thing about his design. This is totally adorable. You've actually seen kids wearing stuff like this.