more reviews and photos of Project Runway’s collections from Fashion Week.

more reviews and photos of Project Runway’s collections from Fashion Week.
The identity of the designer that goes home tomorrow night might be a secret, but the collections presented by each of Project Runway‘s finalists will not be a surprise. The Times Herald-Record, for one, has a photo gallery that highlights selections from each designer. We now also know the names of each collection, except for Austin’s. Jay McCarroll calls his “Stereotype,” Wendy Pepper’s is “The Thrill of the Hunt,” and Kara Saun’s is “Fantasy Fly-Girl.” In addition to summarizing reactions to the collections, which are surprising considering what we’ve seen so far, the paper also reveals the final judging panel: “Heidi Klum, designer Michael Kors, Elle magazine’s Nina Garcia and actress Parker Posey.”
+ also: The Boston Herald’s review of the collections and The Charlotte Observer’s review.

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