Adamek created the flower shapes by gathering fabric at a central point, from which loose pleats emanated to the rounded hems.
"Most of the patterns were based on circle cuts which were pleated and folded into unusual shapes," Adamek told Dezeen. "The placement of bonded cotton poplin stripes made the fabric extra hard and it also supported the drapes in the places I wanted - it had a visual and functional purpose."
These sections of the garments were positioned to cover the front of their wearer's heads, forming unusual silhouettes.
Petal motifs were also used on shoulder pieces that stuck upward from sleeves and for the bottom of ankle-length dresses.
The collection contained blue and pink outfits, made from satin and bonded synthetic fabrics.
Thick strip of darker and lighter fabrics were mixed to create the gowns, tops and skirts.
Adamek's eight-piece collection was designed while studying on Central Saint Martins' MA Fashion course.
The award was judged by British fashion designer Christopher Kane, whose Autumn Winter 2014 collection featuring dresses created from overlapping layers of outlined fabric was also presented during the event.
Photographs are courtesy of Catwalking.com.