Project Runway Final Four!

It’s the Final Four! No, I’m not refering to anything remotely related to basketball but instead something far more fashionable! THE final four Project Runway designers that survived Season 7 challenges and emerged with their pin cushions in tact and a chance to show their designs at New York Fashion Week.  

Designers Emilio and Seth Aaron are confirmed for Bryant Park while Mila and Jay face a final challenge before one is picked to make it “the final three.” After so many weeks we have found that Emilio is a masterful designer, Seth Aaron-an impeccable tailor, Mila, the Queen of color block, and Jay exhibiting a unique and fresh design sense. Odds on favorite would point to Emilio but with any Project Runway finale- one can never determine who the winner is until Heidi decides…whether you’re in…or you’re out!

Emilo's Winning Design

Project Runway's "Big Circus"Challenge

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