In the first challenge of the Runway season the designers were asked to design an ensemble reflecting their design aesthetic. True to form the S'cubie designers didn't let the judges down. See for yourselves:
Thanks to Spring, Lola, Matthew and the other designers for a fabulous first challenge!
Post by S'ewing S'cubie on Jan 16, 2010 9:12:59 GMT -5
True to form, our S'cubie designers answer the challenge in their own inimitable form. Heidi Klum's most damning comment is always, "I'm bored." Well, she will certainly not be bored with this lovely outfit that goes from office to evening wear to superhero costume! Featuring a tailored blazer over a flirty, sleeveless dress with a short skirt, a feminine ruffled collar and accented with a quirky red belt, the wearer is always ready to go! Shrug off the jacket she is ready for a night on the town. A flip of a switch and the delicate mask expands to a full superhero costume complete with rocket pack, cape and utility pockets! Our girl is now ready for action, soaring aloft and ready to battle evil wherever it is found. Up! Up, and Awaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyy!
The S'cubie design for episode 4 - "Design Your Heart Out!"
Spring says: "I went with the idea of red skirt with can images on top . . . and on her head is the can lid, with a gold star!"
This is S'cubie designing with heart and soul and planet-friendly recycling. The anglec looking headwear is part of a discarded Campbell's soup can brought to heavenly wear as both halo and hat, accented by a sparkly star to show our high intensions.
The dress cleverly uses the Campbells' motif across the bust accented by a white tie belt to show off the model's tiny waist, and then flows into a sophisticated, figure-hugging floor length jersy sheath, perfect for the red carpet or embassy ball. Altogether, simply a Project Runway masterpiece!
The challenge this time was to use one of the mystical elements of earth, wind, fire and water as a basis for the S'cubie mavens' design. As usual, they came out swingin' and the result is fabulous. See for yourselves: