Last week, they designed a dress inspired by the car – this week designers had to create clothing inspired by wallpaper wrapped around trees.
"To meet this challenge, you will create an exclusive fashion look that will be inspired by one of the wallpapers" – said tutor Andreas Mikellis.
Like every competition at this show – this task is even stranger than the previous ones.
With $ 150 in hand, the designers chose their "wallpaper tree" and went to a fabric store.
Last week's winner, Judy, during the design process in the studio, he heard a cry, explaining: "Honestly, I find this challenge very hard … everything is simply overwhelming."
Beth's outfit was sweet and yet unremarkable. "I wonder if there were enough colors," she said. "It fits like a glove, it looks fantastic."
The Caitlin outfit looks chic and "resembles a resort" in a golden and white color palate. "It's something that many women would like to wear," she said.
Maroon and blue dress Jess makes a big impression on the catwalk. A wool jacket in the "shoulder" style combined with golf is very "now".
Kerry, who hit the headlines last week, is rather bizarre for working on the Karen Walker trench, worn by the Duchess of Suffolk. "Where & # 39; s Wally" golf jacket under a silver ornamented diamond rhombic suit. However, he emphasizes that "it looks like fashion, it looks like luxury … I could not be happier".
Camille's bold look is a little Big Bird in the skirt section. A bright, but badly fitted swamp jacket back and shoulders model, but we agree, long sleeves are quite elegant.
The matching dress and trousers of Benjamin were made of a material that was marbled using a shaving cream and paint to achieve a washing effect. He said his model "looks really cool, exactly what I wanted". We agree.
Model Judy appeared in a mini lemon-colored dress with a white waistcoat. "I am so anxious and disappointed that I have to send the dress to the catwalk," she said. "I do not want to look at the judge's faces, I just want to hide in the corner."
Misty said that she was "very happy" by creating a white coverall with black and red accents. No surprises, like Misty bloody, he LOVES the suit.
WINNERS AND LOSERS
Benjamin won this week with Georgia Fowler, saying: "Your look was cool, current and" catwalk ".
"It was good to win, of course … I want to win a series of victories," said Benjamin.
Beth was sent home because her outfit was "a bit vanilla, but very well structured," says Fowler.
This leaves eight designers in the competition.
See you, Beth!