It's a difficult ask for all the designers but in the end they all head to Mood with various pieces of public clothing in their grasp. Anthony even gets one guy to strip to his briefs in the middle of the park! Austin helpfully steps in to cover the man's modesty with his hat - and tells us he even managed to get his phone number!
Angela Lindvall, Georgina Chapman and Isaac Mizrahi are joined by Sean Avery for this week's panel, Kenley, Mila and Kara earn the necessary scores to go through to next week, meaning it's the six men who make up the highest and lowest scores in week five.
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Rami is inspired by the idea of menswear used in a womenswear look. Georgina likes the trim on the "well-made" shorts and the fact she can see his target market from the design. Isaac's equally impressed with the shorts, while Angela says she'd like all businesswomen to look that stylish. The only niggling point seems to be the model's hat.
Michael's muse was a bohemian girl and he used her shorts to make a top, while using another woman's top to make shorts. The judges agree that the shorts are just too short and there are construction issues evident in his design, particularly the top, which needs more structure to stop it sagging.
Jerell's inspiration was a mother and son walking together combined with his love of ethnic prints. Isaac thinks the model looks like an extra from The Lion King, while Sean says: "Lady GaGa and Gwen Stefani at Burning Man on acid." Georgina likes the top part of the model but overall it's visually confusing. Another criticism is the amount of stomach on display.
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Mondo's muse was a young lady and he used fabric from her clothes - and black jeans taken from a man - together with a patterned fabric from Mood. Angela admits she would "die" for the outfit and thinks his muse would be proud. Georgina praises the detailing in the back, while Isaac appreciates the "bare and covered up" model looks in control. Sean thinks girls all across the city would be eager to wear this look.
Anthony says he was working from a lot of bright coloured t-shirts, which ended up making the model's bag and aspects of the look above the waist-line. The judges agree it's a lovely look - albeit maybe too safe - but wonder if he has satisfied the criteria of having at least 50% of the material sourced from the street. They're also not sure he understood the spirit of the challenge.
Austin's muse was a girl who had an "awesome punk rock glam girly look". Georgina loves the proportions on his creation and the combination of sweet and tough, although Sean has an issue with the amount of detailing on the left shoulder. Isaac thinks the ripped stockings and lapel details make the model look out of control, but praises the overall "divineness" of the look.
Mondo is named the winner of the challenge, while Michael and Anthony are the two risking elimination. Angela says it's clear Michael had a "tough time" with the task, pointing out his construction issues, while Anthony played it safe and didn't include enough inspiration from his muse in his design.
Anthony is eliminated, however he says he has "superseded" his expectations in what he has achieved.
"It truly has been an amazing experience. I'm going to miss the competition but I don't think I had to stay here until the end to do what I need to do. I have no regrets or disappointments this time around."
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