Those were three really good collections, but my fave was always Seth Aaron. So awesome. I'd wear any of that stuff any day of the week.
Mila's collection was gorgeous too. Totally different style, but really, really cool.
And I must admit that I really loved Emilio's garments. I think that it was the most commercial one. But like the judges said, he came up with a line, and not a collection.
What does this mean? A collection is meant to push the envelope. It is art using textiles. It is bringing up something different. A line is something that you can market in a department store.
In other words, I would purchase any and all of the pieces in Emilio's collection, and I would probably keep them for years, and love them and hug them and call them George. The trouble is, I already have pieces similar to Emilio's collection. I got them from Ann Taylor. But if he markets those pieces, I will snatch them off the rack if I can afford them. I predict that he will do very well for himself.
As for Mila and Seth Aaron, they are incredibly more artistic. That would be more geared towards haute couture in my opinion. But that's just me.
I do know that Mila is already designing and styling for Brooke Burke in Dancing with the Stars. And I expect to see some red carpet stuff on tv coming from Seth Aaron.
But for now, I am really happy.
The judges finally got it right.