Teija Eilola presented the most commercial line of the three. Many of the pieces could walk right off the runway and into my closet (they should totally do that). She present sort of remixed basics that looked both editorial and wearable.
Vita Gottlieb drew from a in fine art and the film industry to create dramatic shapes and textiles. She mixed creative, yet classically theme prints with futuristic shapes and jacket that could have some from video games. (Bowser Shoulders!)
Haizhen Wang, however, was the winner. He presented a collection of geometric prints, architectural shapes and the kind of clothes we'll all wear in the future when we in space.
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