Project Runway schedules two events at Fashion Week

Project Runway 4‘s Fashion Week show is scheduled for 9 a.m. on Feb. 8 in the tent, but one week earlier, the show has scheduled another fashion week event.

“Project Runway Designer” is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. at The Altman Building on West 18th Street, according to the official schedule. Blogging Project Runway speculates that this could be “a secret finale,” although naming it “Project Runway” and putting it on the schedule doesn’t keep it too secret. That event could also be a show featuring previous designers’ collections, or something that involves the already-eliminated designers.

Whatever happens, the series is scheduled to conclude March 5, which leaves about the same amount of time between Fashion Week and the finale as there was for season two, the last time the show concluded in the spring.

Schedule [Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week]
A Secret Finale? [Blogging Project Runway]

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