"That one person really made me smile," Beckham said. "Everything I saw, I would wear myself."
Five remaining contestants presented collections Friday to a celebrity-studded audience. Only three collections will be televised, but producers want to avoid giving a hint of who the finalists are.
Christian Siriano, the contestant fans love to hate, was a tent favorite with an avant-garde collection playing with feathers, oversized ruffles and curvy blazers with wide shoulders and flared hips.
Rami Kashou focused on beautiful dresses, using softly layered draping, ruffles and a checkerboard weave. Jillian Lewis showed standout coats - one with a wide collar in metallic herringbone, and another with cut-outs in the elbows and a ruffled hem showing a peek of red.
Chris March went for high drama with velvet, beading and brocade. And Kathleen "Sweet P" Vaughn had a very wearable collection, playing with trends seen elsewhere this Fashion Week of mustard yellow, purple and exposed zippers.