The remaining designers rush to put the final touches on their collections. It’s game, set, match when Serena Williams joins as guest judge for the final runway, with only one designer chosen as the winner.
Finale, Part 1
Christian visits the remaining contestants at home as they furiously complete their final collections. Then it's back to workroom to refine and revise, because even though New York Fashion is here, that doesn't mean everyone will show in the finale.
The Height of Avant-Garde Fashion
With only one challenge left to make it to New York Fashion Week, the designers must create an avant-garde look. In a fashion first, the runway begins with a season long retrospective, outside New York City’s dramatic, “Vessel.”
Olympic Game Plan
Designing for a client can be tough, especially when your client is a star athlete with high expectations. In this challenge, designers are paired up with a real athlete who will be competing to be in the 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic games.
Live and Let Tie Dye
Tie dye is back in a big way and the designers will need to create their own textiles to elevate the trend from casual to couture. In a twist that may feel more like a trick to the designers, it’s an overnight challenge!
This week’s challenge is all about turning a timeless classic on its head: The Tuxedo. The designers will each need to find their own way to take the tuxedo into the future with a mix of male, female and non-binary models.
Tessa Clark and Frankie Lew played it safe on Project Runway, which ultimately sent them packing. Who will push their personal boundaries to prove to judge Nina Garcia that they deserve a place in the finale?
Project Runway alums Delvin McCray and Afa Ah Loo were previously sent home after struggling with materials outside their comfort zones. Who will prove to judge Nina Garcia that they've learned from their missteps and earn a place in the finale?