to avoid spoilers, all four Project Runway finalists appeared Friday at Fashion Week.

to avoid spoilers, all four Project Runway finalists appeared Friday at Fashion Week.
Jay McCarroll, Wendy Pepper, Austin Scarlett and Kara Saun, Project Runway‘s four finalists, all appeared on the runway at Fashion Week this past Friday. However, one of those people has already been eliminated from the show, which taped earlier. That elimination episode airs Wednesday, but “Klum didn’t want the media to be the spoiler for next week’s episode,” the AP reports, so all four showed their work. The AP gives a run-down of each finalist’s collection, so don’t read if you want to be surprised. Jay’s work “seemed to be the favorite of fashion fans in the audience,” the AP says, and Queer Eye‘s Carson Kressley confirmed that. “I hate to pick favorites, but Jay’s collection was far and away the best. A fashion show is all about point of view. … His show told a story.”

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