Two Guys, a Girl and a TV Set

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Making it Work: Project Runway (S7: E14)

Posted by CJ Cregg on April 24, 2010

Cue designers trashtalking the other designers’ collections.  Why I’m even still watching this show is beyond me.  I’m not watching next season.

Time to cast the models, go over styling, and get ready for the runway.

Michael Kors is wearing sunglasses inside the dark tent to watch the fashion show.  The better to see the designs with, I guess.

Heidi starts the show

The guest judge is Faith Hill.

Despite a lack of color, I really like Seth Aaron’s collection, inspired by Russian military women or something.

Seth Aaron with a piece from his collection

Mila’s  inspiration is shadows.  Yawn.  Her collection has nothing I haven’t seen her make already.  There was not a single exciting piece in this collection.

Matronly Mila

It’s nice to see some color in Emilio’s collection.  It’s still not very exciting or interesting, though.  Where have the Santinos and Chris Marches gone?  I don’t watch Project Runway to see things I could buy at JCPenney.

Emilio's colorful coat

Seth Aaron FTW.  Even though I said I hated him at the beginning.

Nina calls Emilio’s collection “quiet but sophisticated.”  Michael says it was commercial in a good way.

Michael says Mila made the 1960s contemporary with her styling.  Nina still doesn’t seem sold on Mila.

Our judges have a little chat before calling the designers back in.

Mila is out.  Heidi glances around dramatically.  But then she tells us Seth Aaron is the winner of Project Runway.

FTW!

While the right person won, it still wasn’t an exciting season.  Better than season six, but not by much.

If you want to see the designers’ full Bryant Park collections, click here.

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