It's the last episode of Project Runway All Stars before the finale. So of course we can expect Alyssa Milano and company to throw yet another curve ball in the final four's direction. Let's see which three will go on to make a final collection.
On Episode 11 of Project Runway All Stars, the remaining five designers visited with artists at a New York City gallery as inspiration for a wearable art avant-garde look. While I don?t necessarily think any of the designers hit it out...Show More Summary
We're down to the final five contestants of Project Runway All Stars. While some of the projected front-runners are still around (specifically Dom and Kini), everyone else has proven themselves as well. It's going to be a tough race to the finish. Let's see who's cut next.
On Episode Ten of Project Runway All Stars, the remaining designers had to create a sophisticated summer look with a bad-ass edge. The winner of the challenge was chosen to collaborate with N:Philanthropy to create designs where the proceeds would go to pediatric cancer research. Show More Summary
There are six designers left on the fifth cycle of Project Runway All Stars, and it's getting a little harder to predict who will be the next to go. Now summer is coming and the designers will have their chance to produce some excellent new ideas for the warm weather. Let's get to it!
In Episode Nine of Project Runway All Stars the designers had to come up with their own take on athleisure wear. Their look had to fit in with Alyssa Milano?s athleisure brand Touch and had to look good on their model from the runway, to the game, and then out to dinner. Show More Summary
The number of contestants on Season Five of Project Runway All Stars are finally starting to dwindle. Now it's time for a real curve ball of a challenge to really separate the starters from the bench warmers. Let's get to it, before any more baseball puns come to mind.
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On Episode Eight of Project Runway All Stars, the designers had to create fresh and modern looks for a classic fairy tale character. While the runway show in general lacked the typical whimsy that you would associate with ?fairy tale,? some designers were more successful than others. Show More Summary
On the previous episode of Project Runway All Stars, the designers were thrown for a loop when they had to switch fabrics with their fellow competitors and make do. The result was that a strong designer, Valerie, went home. Let's hope that things are more straightforward this week.
On Episode Seven of Project Runway All Stars, the designers had different fabrics assigned to them to make resort evening wear. But once they went to Mood and picked out the fabrics, they were forced to switch with another designer in a twist that left everyone with something completely new. Show More Summary
After the judges finally started to seriously eliminate people, the contestant pool on the current Project Runway All Stars is just now beginning to feel like a group of "all stars." With a few exceptions. Let's see who makes it to the Elite 8.
On Episode Six of Project Runway All Stars, the designers had two days to create couture gowns inspired by their time at Medieval Times, and more specifically, the baroque period. There was a special prize for the winner this week; the chance to co-design a look for the upcoming Marchesa collection. Show More Summary
On last week's episode of Project Runway All Stars, the judges declined to eliminate a contestant in the bottom for the second time this season. While it goes against the laws of reality TV, it is nice to have both talented designers Sam and Valerie back. Let's see if they can prove the judges made the right decision going forward.
On Episode Five of Project Runway All Stars, the judges made the decision to not eliminate anyone once again. At this rate, this season of PRAS will be going on until Christmas. But we still have to rank the looks, right? For this (now...Show More Summary
He makes it work.
Veteran fashion designer and "Project Runway: All Stars" judge Isaac Mizrahi swings by HuffPost Live to dish on the much-loved show, as well as his upcoming exhibition at the Jewish Museum. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
On the last few episodes of Project Runway All Stars, some of the designers have been getting a little fed up with Sam's domination of the competition thus far. And their attitudes toward him don't seem to be improving as he's constantly praised by the judges. Jealous much? Let's see if they can act more like professionals moving forward.
Plus, Tori Spelling becomes a party planner with "David Tutera's CELEBrations" and HBO airs Audra MCDonald's Tony Winning "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill"
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