Project Runway - A Little Bit of Fashion

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Seth Aaron stayed true to his design aesthetic and won immunity this week.
Janeane is finally sent home with her orange jacket design.
Mila showed us another set of color blocked garments this week.
Seth Aaron stayed true to his design aesthetic and won immunity this week.

Seth Aaron stayed true to his design aesthetic and won immunity this week.

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This week's challenge on Project Runway involved designing for children. Each designer was asked to design both a look for a child, as well as a surprise second look for their model. There were only a few looks which disappointed the judges, but overall this was a very successful week for the designers. Take a look at the designs below and let us know what you thought.

Top 3: Seth Aaron, Jesse, and Jay
Bottom 3: Janeane, Amy, and Jonathan

Check out our full review over on ThreadsMagazine.com.

 

Ben Chmura

 

Janeane Marie Ceccanti

 

Emilio Sosa

 

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lovimoment writes: The designs are all really interesting. There are none that I think that are awful and so many of them are so good I would have a hard time picking a favorite. It seems a lot of the designers used adult fashions, but sized for a child (though a couple of them look like they're intended to be cute kids' clothes). I'd bet the kids really liked dressing like a grown-up. I always wanted to wear more grown-up-looking clothes when I was little.
Posted: 1:08 pm on February 26th
msbyrdt writes: There was a lot of confusion for some of the designers. Overall, the challenge was fun to watch. I especially enjoyed Anthony's comments. He's funny...to me. He lightens up the workroom.
I actually liked Amy's colors & design, but I've always gone for ....different. :)
Posted: 12:46 pm on February 25th
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