See? This is why we were always behind the idea of a mini-challenge - because creating a new print for Olsenhaus vegan shoes is exactly the kind of fun concept that works for it.
And it was fine for once if the results were less than perfectly executed. The task was to come up with a design prototype, not a finished product.
Now put your judging pants on.
It's alright. We're not crazy about where the line cuts across the front. We can't really form an opinion on the "did he steal the idea of fringe from Reco, who invented it" question. We can't shrug hard enough.
Kind of cute. The leaf detail is perhaps a bit too prominent.
It's alright but it looks a little dated.
Kind of a bold move on her part to cut away almost the entire shoe. Points for that. The design itself is basic but at least it's on trend.
Not badly designed but definitely not our taste. It's, unsurprisingly, a little '80s crossed with a little Ugg.
Rubik lost the concept this time. These are FUGLY.
Very cute. Not crazy about the colors, but the design is nice.
Another bold choice. Also has a trendy feel to it.
Jesus Christ. Stay away from shoe design, Chicken Diva.
The judges on this show often say silly things but we kind of agreed with the whole Halloween critique. These look like they should be paired with a drugstore-bought sexy witch costume.
When we first saw these we were all "Ooh, those are the winners right there. Perfectly done and very current." When the Harper's bitch announced the win, we nodded our heads in approval...
Until they flashed on the final product. Uh...something got lost in the transition.
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