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Project Runway 7 Seasons 2012

Season 10
4.3 out of 5 stars (58) IMDb 7.3/10

Emmy Award-nominated Project Runway returns to Lifetime with Season 10. Witness 16 fearless designers as they face many unexpected challenges along with bolts of drama behind the seams and on the runway.

Starring:
Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn
Original air date:
October 18, 2012

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1. A Times Square Anniversary Party

Heidi, Tim, Michael and Nina are back to kick off Project Runway s 10th Anniversary Season with a live runway show in the middle of New York s famed Times Square where thousands are gathered to see what the new crop of designers have up their sleeve.

CC TV-14 July 19, 2012 1 hour, 3 minutes
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2. Candy Couture

Some designers find themselves in a sticky situation when they learn what the materials are for the beloved--and dreaded--unconventional challenge. Who will have sweet success and who will melt under pressure?

CC TV-14 July 26, 2012 1 hour, 3 minutes
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3. Welcome Back (or not) to the Runway

Teams of two must design a red carpet look for some special clients who know a thing or two about being judged, to wear to the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards. Actress Krysten Ritter serves as the guest judge.

CC TV-14 August 2, 2012 1 hour, 2 minutes
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4. Women on the Go

Michael Kors challenges the designers to create clothes for a woman on the go whose outfit can work for day to night. But when two designers unexpectedly quit, all bets are off on who is safe on the runway, Hayden Panetierre serves as the guest judge.

CC TV-14 August 9, 2012 1 hour, 3 minutes
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5. It's My Way on the Runway

Another day, another dreaded team challenge but will the designers be able to get along long enough to create cohesive looks for Marie Claire s Woman at Work Magazine? Marie Claire Editor in Chief Joanna Coles guest judges.

CC TV-14 August 16, 2012 1 hour, 2 minutes
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6. Fix My Friend

Real women need clothes too! The designers help women in need of makeovers by creating a new looks to accompany their new hairstyles. Designer Alice Temperly guest judges.

CC TV-14 August 23, 2012 1 hour, 2 minutes
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7. Oh My Lord and Taylor

To celebrate the 10th Anniversary season, the designers get a chance of a lifetime to have their designs part of the 10 piece Project Runway Capsule Collection at Lord & Taylor that will be sold in stores and online.

CC TV-14 August 30, 2012 1 hour, 3 minutes
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8. Starving Artist

They can design, but can they sell? The designers are separated into teams of three and must sell goods they make to people on the street in order to earn the money they can spend at Mood for their fabric for this challenge to create fall looks.

CC TV-14 September 6, 2012 1 hour, 2 minutes
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9. It's All About Me

The designers are elated for the HP challenge where they get to create their own fabric for their garment and get special home visits from their family. Project Runway alums Anya Ayoung-Chee and Mondo Guerra serve as guest judges.

CC TV-14 September 13, 2012 1 hour, 3 minutes
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10. I Get A Kick Out of Fashion

Kick up your legs and cheer! Project Runway heads to the legendary Radio City Music Hall and meet the world famous Rockettes! Designers must create a costume for the Rockettes to wear for an upcoming show. Actress Debra Messing guest judges.

CC TV-14 September 20, 2012 1 hour, 3 minutes
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11. It's Fashion Baby

Fashion isn't for babies - or is it? The designers find themselves babysitting and designing at the same time when Heidi asks them to create looks for her Babies R Us collection.

CC TV-14 September 27, 2012 1 hour, 2 minutes
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12. In A Place Far, Far Away

This is the last challenge before Heidi announces who will be going to Fashion Week! The designers are brought to a magnificent location to spark their inspiration for their final challenge where they learn they must create avant-garde looks.

CC TV-14 October 4, 2012 1 hour, 3 minutes
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13. Finale, Part I

After their hometown visits with Tim, the designers head back to New York to duke it out for their place to show during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.

CC TV-14 October 11, 2012 1 hour, 1 minute
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14. Finale, Part II

The moment the designers have all been waiting for is here when they must present their collections in front of thousands at the finale fashion show. Whose collections will the audience love?

CC TV-14 October 18, 2012 1 hour, 3 minutes
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My husband buys all the Project Runway seasons for me. I am a loyal fan and watch them over and over.
The draw for me is the creative process and technic, since I sew myself. I also enjoy the competition, and the personalities. The drama and personal "reveals" you can keep. I find them a distraction, although I am sure some people like them.
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I was so pleased with this season's winner! A beautiful collection. Was really disappointed with Christopher's and Sergio's. They are great designers but didn't know how to put on a fashion show.

A general comment about the show... especially considering Michael Kors' comment at the end about the winner being a real 'gentleman'... I don't appreciate all the bickering and cattiness and drama when everything boils down to who comes up with the best garment each time! The egos get in the way of many's success!

It has been said many times on the show (but seems to elude many of these designers) that in the REAL fashion world, nobody works alone. If you can't contribute to the success of a team effort, you just can't be a success.

I wonder sometimes if the contestants have ever watched the show. They should come prepared to put their best effort into whatever challenge they're given. Instead of recycling their particular esthetic into each one they should use the opportunity to stretch and morph and rise up to meet the NEW that can be learned here!

I love that Tim Gunn does such a wonderful job of mentoring! He shows such care and knows how to get the designers to see where they may be mis-stepping. Also, many of these people are very young and away from their family and friends and the genuine affection he shows gives them a lot of family-like support.
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if you read the fine print on this show, the producers have the final say on everything, including who gets kicked off as a contestant. most viewers do not know this. they think the judges have the final say. never was this fine print more at work than on this episode when a genuine villain appears among the contestants, treating his client horribly and making an absolutely awful dress for her. the viewer comments have gone through the roof over at the show's website, exactly what the producers want to achieve. this is because this designer was NOT the one eliminated but rather someone else who made a rather tacky dress but the client was delighted with it. villains make for great tv so this contestant became "must keep". this is a serious limitation on all "reality tv" which usually is as orchestrated as its fictional counterparts.

they did the pick the right winner though and i don't think anyone interfered with that. the winning design was an absolutely incredible makeover, proving that this challenge is indeed possible to meet. The winner's client looked about as hard up for fashion and style as it is possible to get.

the challenge was to design clothes for real women out in the real world with real bodies, not fashion model bodies, which is the usual staple of the fashion world. the way to win this challenge is NOT to say every time you are on camera that your client is too fat for your design skills, especially when she can hear you.

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I love this show but during this episode of "Fix My Friend" the challenge was anything but for the plus sized woman that contestant Ven Budhu was assigned to "Fix." I can't call Ven a designer but must say he makes lovely rosettes on material like frosted roses scooped from a cake and makes knots of fabric here and there.

Ven spent the entire episode complaining about his "Fat" client to all the other designers: to Tim Gunn who's jaw dropped, to the "Fix My Friend" pal who brought her "friend" she said "...I wanted her to look good and to be happy not to be dressed for a funeral..." and finally Ven let his "Fat" client know just how fat she is, how hard it is to designer for her misshapen body, how black sliming fabric can be.. till this girl was in tears throughout the show.

I am so repulsed that Ven got to stay after such a disgraceful display of cruelty to an invited guest who went on the show to be papered not disgraced, humiliated and bullied by this rosette maker. When I hear Ven is off this show then I may tune back in but this guy puts the "Run...Run...Run..." in this episode of Project Runway.
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We see the fashion show of two looks on Times Square which really ramps up the volume on the series. Our format remains the same. There appear to be several extremely talented designers and as the less talented get eliminated it will be exciting to zero in on their work. The winner this week does a fabulous job. Not only is the evening gown gorgeous but he also manipulated the fabric itself, turning the textile into an art work. I've noticed as the seasons have gone on that fabric manipulation, which is an art technique, seems to be growing in use. This is a really good trend as creating fabric itself which is stunning is certainly a stellar attribute to have in this field.

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