Team Sailormoon Starshine Unicorn
At first glance in the workroom, I was very excited about the designs in Christian's group. I loved the mix-n-match of fabrics, a very bold choice, but everything also seemed to be very well tailored and finished. Who exactly was their target woman is where I felt it got a bit lost.
I LOVE the black/white art nouveau-esqe print of the dress; it looks expensive and a little definitely goes a long way. I had two concerns though: as a stand alone piece it definitely had a point-of-view, but paired with the cuteness of Jack's baby doll dress, I didn't feel that the power bitch, career woman who would be wearing a completely fitted, below-the-knee, sexy pencil dress would also opt for the loose carefree feel of a baby doll. Secondly, I was a bit disappointed in the vest as I feel that she could've really made it as exciting as the dress by either piecing in parts of Jack's dress, or maybe to chevron a section with the existing stripe... something that ups it to more than just a vest.