Judging theTamarac Square Fashion Project
was a nerve-shattering hell ride, as theWestword
music editor likes to say. Each one of the designers really reached for their full potential — and then some. Each dress was incredibly time intensive and well crafted. It's hard to believe they only had a week to execute the Little Black Dress Challenge.
Want to know who won? You'll have to check out the slideshow here. Agree? Disagree? Come back here and post a comment voting for your favorite dress. The people's choice winner will score a handful of fun prizes, such as tickets to Landmark Theaters, Starz FilmCenter and gift certificates to downtown restaurants.
Next week all twelve artists will be showing off what they can make with $150 spent at Ace Hardware. Cat can't wait to see that!
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