Project Runway Ep 7 Recap

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The designers hard at work in the sewing workroom
Irinas winning design
Louises losing design.
The designers hard at work in the sewing workroom

The designers hard at work in the sewing workroom

Photo: Brother Sewing Machines

Last night's Project Runway marked the return of everyone's favorite judge, Michael Kors.

This week's challenge was to pair up and create two ensembles for Macy's Inc. collection. Their budget was a mere $100 for both garments, and their time limit was only one day.


Christopher and Epperson

Christopher and Epperson teamed up well, which was a pleasant surprise after Epperson's debacle with Qristyl a few episodes back. This pair of garments landed them in the bottom two where Mr. Kors made the uber-nice and enthusiastic Christopher cry by comparing his garments to a tablecloth and a pumpkin.


Althea and Logan

Althea was the team leader for this duo and created yet another set of high-waisted garments. They were the only safe team this episode.


Irina and Gordana

Irina was the team leader for this team and was the winner for the week. Her striped dress lined with a nude fabric won over the judges easily and Gordana's top looked effortlessly elegant on Matar, despite Irina's initial concerns.


Louise and Nicolas

Unfortunately this team was the loser this week, sending Louise home. Nicolas had immunity and let team leader Louise run with her ruffle idea with little to no resistance. Nicolas, Nicolas, did you do that on purpose?


Carol Hannah and Shirin

Carol Hannah and Shirin almost won this week with this pair of garments.


The following exclusive behind-the-scenes photos are courtesy of Brother Sewing Machines:

Gordana, Louise, and Althea hard at work in the sewing workroom.


Epperson working on the shirtdress that almost got him eliminated.


Louise sewing the losing dress that caused her to be sent home this week.


Logan sewing the ruffles for the top he and Althea made.

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