came up smelling like roses. And tulips, irises, carnations, chrysanthemums and daisies! The designers embraced the notorious unconventional challenge like no other group, ever.
delivered the criteria for the challenge, but of course, this wouldn't be Project Runway without a twist. Enter
. The designer teams had to incorporate hardware into their designs. So in addition to shopping for their materials at the flower shop, they also went to a hardware store. Both teams did such a good job that it's difficult to point out the "bad" this week. In fact, the judges were so impressed with the looks they decided that there would be no losing team.
The guest judges were the Divine
blogger / creator
. They were both great judges, very insightful. [*Keep using bloggers Project Runway
Amanda's dress was my least favorite. She was in the bottom two though we all knew she would be safe. She struggled with this challenge because she doesn't like flowers. Seriously? I can't wrap my head around this. I LOVE flowers.
There was something charming about Joseph Aaron. He was a little odd, but harmless and sweet. Unfortunately, he is too conceptual of an artist for Project Runway.
A beautiful design by Samantha. The judges liked how she cleverly used the screening material as a sheer layer to expose the greenery on the skirt. The overall design and concept is terrific and was worth the win.