Now we finally get to see all of the final collections from the designers and also find out who the judges will choose as the winner of Project Runway Season Three!
Each of the final four designers (Uli, Laura, Michael and Jeffrey) gets a special visit in their hometown from Tim Gunn. It's near the end of their process of completing their 12 designs for the final runway show at Bryant Park, for Olympus Fashion Week in New York City.
The cast of Season 3 reunites to recap all the gripes, drama and other shenanigans which were only seen by those behind the scenes. One of the designers wins the first ever “Fan Favorite” award, along with a check for $10,000. Apparently, even if you don't make it to the final runway show at Bryant Park for Olympus Fashion Week, it still pays to be a personality on the show!moreless
The remaining designers are asked to create an outfit that expresses "their specific point of view as a designer" in just two days and with only $250. The winner will get their dress featured on ELLE magazine's "First Look" page.
Two surprise guests shake things up for the remaining six contestants as they help them with their latest challenge.
With the six designers are in Paris and the challenge is to make a couture gown.
The seven remaining designers have their talents tested when they are told to create an outfit that has a unique purpose.
With only eight designers remaining, Heidi challenges the crew to make a look for an "everyday woman" with some surprising new models helping them.
Each designer is given 30 minutes to fill as many bins as they needed with recyclable materials. From these materials, they must an entire outfit.
The remaining designers face the challenge of modernizing a look for a famous fashion icon.
The remaining designers are asked to design a three piece look that embraces the INC (International Concepts) style and concept. Mehmet Tangoren, Vice President of Contemporary Sportswear for Macy’s guest judges.
A visit to Central Park sets the scene in which the designers are informed that they'll be designing an evening outfit based on a story that's been inspired by a tiny dog. The designers must also design outfits for the dogs to wear.
The designers were paired into groups and assigned to design and create a gown for Miss U.S.A. (Tara Conner) to wear for the Miss Universe pageant.
The fifteen designers chosen must create a garment only out of the materials located in their apartments.
Tim Gunn hosts the behind-the-scenes look at how the third season designers were cast, including bio videos of the designers and a look at how second season contestants are doing with their careers.