Project Runway 4 concludes tonight; Chris and Sweet P’s collections up for auction

The fourth season of Bravo’s breakout series Project Runway ends tonight at 10 p.m. ET. Either Rami Kashou, Jillian Lewis, or Christian Siriano will win after the present their collections in Bryant Park and face the judges.

Two of the collections that were presented in Bryant Park, Sweet P’s and Chris’, are now being auctioned off. With about 17 hours left, Sweet P’s outfits range from $55 to $305, and Chris’ garments range from $125 to $400.

Starting at 10 a.m., Bravo will air the entire fourth season, and that’s preceded at 9 a.m. by the fourth-season reunion.

Project Runway Auction [SeenOn]

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