The one thing that's kind of interesting about the Gristedes project is that it's ultimately about transformation. And taking something that you never would assume to make good-looking clothes and not only make good looking clothes, but almost make you kind of wonder "What is that made out of?" And in Kelli's instance, she not only found a way to make a great looking garment but she also found a way to change the texture of something that she found and make it into her own fabric. So I think that that was kind of double transformation.
I also Loved LOVED Daniel's blue paper cup dress. In that instance that was a fabulous single transformation. Who would have ever thought that you could mold these blue cups into a great dress? The simple truth is though, when I really looked at it, once I got over the fact of "Oh could you make a great dress out of plastic cups?" Then I'm like, "Yeah, but I know they're plastic cups." Whereas with Kelli's you're like "Oh it's great looking" and then you have the second question "Well, what IS that?" So I think that double transformation beats single transformation.