The designers visit the Museum of Modern Art to choose a work of art to inspire an outfit.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Herself - Host
Himself - Judge
Herself - Designer (as Sweet P. Vaughn)
Herself - Judge
Himself - Designer
Rami Kashou ...
Himself - Designer
Herself - Model
Amanda Alter ...
Herself - Model (as Amanda)
Jillian Lewis ...
Herself - Designer
Himself - Designer
Collier Strong ...
Himself - Consulting Makeup Artist, L'Oréal Paris
Himself - Guest Judge
Herself - Model (as Lisa)
Herself - Model (as Sam)


In their final challenge, designers visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art and had to create a look inspired by a painting from either the Greek and Roman Sculpture courtyard, the European Painting wing, or the Temple of Dendur. Christian, drawing inspiration from a Spanish portrait, wins. Sweet P is sent home. Roberto Cavalli is the guest judge. Written by IMDb editor

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13 February 2008 (USA)  »

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The Art of Fashion (#4.11)
26 December 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I found the idea pretty awesome. Going to a museum and selecting a work of art as an inspiration, pretty amazing idea.

I guess here is the proof that I get nothing about avant garde or whatever it is called. I thought what Christian did was hideous and yet he won the competition and was so much praised. Not that I am sad he made it to the fashion week, he is great but I liked everything besides what he did here.

Sad to see Sweet P go, was looking for what she did after, doesn't seem to be to deep into fashion but had her dress in Forever 21, so seems to have had success after which is awesome.

And I like both Chris and Rami, hard even to say who I wish to make it. But I disagree with judges about Rami, he did several times something that wasn't drape and was successful. And his style went so well with the work of art he chose, no matter how much I love Chris Rami would have won if it was my choice.

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