Front Row Challenge Winner Deliberation Video
Marie Claire's top editors review the four finalists' runway shows one last time before voting on the winner.
Diya was kind of quiet and I didn't really know what to expect after I spoke to her and once we really approached each makeup look, I could tell that she knew exactly what she wanna do with color, using it as a 3rd or 4th accessory to really complete that look.
I was really impressed by her personal style, but I would have to say I was blown away when I saw her looks walking down the runway. I mean these are pieces that are I worked with everyday, and you can't imagine mixing the pieces up in a different way, but she really took loft clothing and accessories and put a fresh spin on it.
I was super impressed by her styling. She really go outside the box. She was great with accessories. Also I thought she thought of the whole package, the hair, the makeup, the models. She has great girls.
Breanne did a great job in rallying the spirit of the school. I think she did a fine job of styling. She was very much into the clothing. Her models all were very supportive of her.
So I went to Penn State to meet Elysia Mann. I have to say I absolutely adored her. She was super confident. She was organized. She respects the crowd well. She really use social media well. She had buses of people coming. She had a great cast of models.
I love Abigail's show in Alabama because it really seemed to represent that really true southern charm and flavor, and I think she really understood what a southern girl wants. I think she was able to accessorize and make the looks her won but also really know her audience at the same time, which is very impressive to me.
First one, Diya.
Elysia Mann, final vote. Diya.
Diya is clearly the winner.