There's no question; this is gorgeous. Gorgeous color, gorgeous fabric, gorgeous silhouette, and gorgeous styling. I loved the jewelry and fans throughout this collection. Maybe it's a little simple, but it's striking nonetheless.
Again, credit's due for the color and fabric. It's neutral and not overwhelming, but it doesn't wash her out. The blouse is a little too similar to her "Lipstick Jungle" challenge for my taste, but it's still nice to see because the volume is signature Korto and, surprisingly enough, this collection lacked a little in that department.
Once again, she all hits the marks, everything about this look is incredible.
Okay, and it's a little slutty. Very slutty, actually. You can probably see her kooch from another angle. I can understand her wanting a micro mini...but I think I'll chalk this up to poor model selection. On a shorter girl it might not have been so vulgar.
Fabulous! It's fresh and intricate and just enough. I wish she had included more pants like these in this collection, though.
This, I felt, was the only odd one out. It fits in with the theme, certainly, but the colors are a little dull in comparison to the rest, and thus draw negative attention to themselves. And it's such a boring dress, anyway. You can find this in any Macy's.
Very pretty, if a little dull.
Fabulous! Fun, flirty, marketable, and with pure impact.
Impeccable, what else is there to say? Maybe it's a little Zac Posen-y (and I hate to invoke his name yet again in these critiques; I don't like him).
I love the pleating and the straps at the top, and, again, it's just a fun flirty look with a great color.
Pretty. Maybe a little uninspired for her final look, but it's a great dress.
I guess the only real complaint with this collection was that it is not very innovative, and maybe a little repetitive, and I think that will cost her the win. But, all in all, this was a very professional, sellable collection that represented Korto as a designer to a T.
See them glide here.