Here's Becky's look. The painting is outer space and dress black gown with square rosette-like pieces of interest in green and black. I mean, it's not crazy bad, but it feels like a costume on a children's show. The bottom part which is an asymmetrical hem that goes from short skirt to floor length is the worst part to me because it's just flat and bland and cheap. Becky's partner loves it.
Here's Olivier's look. It's a mess. It's this Grecian thing that's barely put together. I'm just not entirely sure what he was thinking. The colors aren't bad, but the construction is really very bad.
Now Josh M.'s look is up. He has created this circle skirt, that is cinched at the waist and falls out, with a voluminous fire-colored top. It looks kind of like an angora sweater worn backwards, but kinda in a good way. The sleeves end at three-quarters and brown cuffs continue from there downward. The back plunges and it's pretty cute.
Here's Bert. Super high-waisted pants with a lot of volume above the knee, coupled with a strapless bodice. There are little 3-D geometrical shapes scattered on the garment. It's weird and I like it. Like Viktor said, it's fun to look at. Also, there's pleating in the pants that looks really elegant. You see Bert's delicate sensibility inside this weird design. It's really cool. Hate the stupid shapes though. Also, LITERAL.
Here's Viktor's look. It appears that someone used my dream catcher idea after all, but like a really small one. And, the girl is wearing it. It's a dress of white and blue shredded fabric that has rope wrapped around the bodice and the arm that isn't exposed. This is gross to me. The model is super thin and the rope effect makes her look kind of like sausage. Skyy loves it.
Here's Laura's look. It's a shimmery gown that is beautiful and not one bit avant-garde. Beautiful though.
It's time for Bryce's look. It's a floor-length gown in orange and blue. The sleeves are really long, like a straightjacket. The neck is high and the blue is incorporated in the skirt, which flares (like a mermaid). He thinks it's great, but he's worried about the colors.
Oh Josh C. He has essentially made his look something you could grab at Macy's. What was once a long and ruffled dress is now a short tight skirt. No fur. No interest. Josh likes it, but he's wrong about it being avant-garde.