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Project Runway - The Complete Second Season

4.7 out of 5 stars 103 customer reviews

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The complete season two of the TV series Project Runway.

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Fabulous from head to toe, Project Runway differs from many of its reality-show peers in that 1) its contestants are actually skilled at a difficult trade (in this case, fashion design) and 2) it boasts the most engaging hosts (supermodel Heidi Klum and Parsons Fashion chair Tim Gunn, who's become a breakout star himself). Season Two benefits from a more streamlined process--gone is the model-picking cattle call every episode--and a cast twice as memorable as Season One. Compare the ideas of kind fashion teacher Nick vs. wearable-technology geek Diana; the profound commentary of South African boho-chick Kara ("there's a life to the garment") vs. dim-bulb early cast-off Heidi ("I thought it was just, pretty… I mean, she looked pretty"). Revel in the arrogant musings, over-the-top designs, and dead-on Tim Gunn impressions of Santino Rice, who was wrongly mislabeled the villain of Project Runway. That honor truly goes to bossy witch Zulema, who never met an excuse she didn't like, and broke a gentleman's agreement by swiping Nick's "muse," model Tarah, halfway through the season (In a bittersweet end, Zulema's subsequent ousting forced an early exit for Tarah as well). There's even a surprise return of Season One's Daniel Franco, whose quivering voice and shuffle added even more spice to the pot.

This season's challenges included designing for Barbie, heiress Nicky Hilton, figure skater Sasha Cohen, and supermodel Iman; creating outfits from the clothes off their back; and designing a garden-party dress out of flowers and plants. Watching their creations (which are, in many cases, impressive) criticized by grumpy judges Michael Kors and Elle fashion director Nina Garcia makes for some of the best drama on television.

The DVD includes the full, uncut versions of Santino's runway argument with Nina and flamboyant contestant Andre's weepy breakdown in front of the judges (9 minutes, 53 seconds); more musical numbers invented by Santino and Nick ("No one's gonna sew no mooooore"); footage of the cast's audition tapes, and a Where Are They Now? featurette with Season One's contestants. A must-have accessory for fans of the show. --Ellen A. Kim


Special Features

  • 14 extended episodes from the 2004-05 season on 4 discs
  • Outtakes and bloopers
  • "Wear Are They Now?" featurette
  • Cast audition tapes
  • Tim Gunn's blog
  • Season 3 casting call footage

Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Weinstein Company
  • DVD Release Date: June 27, 2006
  • Run Time: 751 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000F0V0KY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,477 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Fabulous. Even though All seasons of this show seem to marathon daily on Bravo, each episode on the DVD has lots of conversations that were edited out of the original airing and my favorite--songs. With Santino' great pipes "Daniel Franco where did you Go" is a sure hit, as is Santino and Andre's duet "Don't let Emmit on the serger."

Lots of fabulous quotes and everybody's audition tapes (Daniel Vosovic's is the best) are a must see bonus feature. Plus you get to watch it whenever you want, and replay the songs over and over and over. If you like fashion and unforgetable people-this is definitely worth your money.
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A Kid's Review on August 22, 2006
This is the best reality show of all time. I like that the contestants actually have to use creativity, ingenuity and competiveness to win. Also, designer Santino, while obnoxious, is also hilarious. His imitations of Tim Gunn, the dignified designer mentor from the Parson design school, are worth the price of this video alone. For example, he imitates Tim Gunn singing a Nine Inch Nails song. He finally gets "busted" for his imitations by Tim Gunn himself on camera. Also, Santino designs the weirdest Deutschland inspired lingerie of all time It has to be seen to be believed. (I actually loved all his other designs.) His catfight with Elle fashion editior Nina Garcia, who dared critizize the lingerie, is unintentionally hysterical. I also loved Andre, the flamboyant designer with the varying French, English and Southern Accent?!? He gets upset, cries and goes into a long and unintentionally funny speech about his passions to the bemused judges at one of the the high/low points of the show. Many other moments in this show are just as priceless. The outfits range from sublimely ridiculous to ridiculously sublime. Heidi Klum's maternity outfits are beautiful...and designed by Kara from the last season. This is an absolutely fabulous show about competition and creativity.
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I haven't been so transfixed by a series in a long time. This reality show is akin to an epic drama. What drives it is that centers around the act of artistic creation from start to finish. The contestants are designers hoping to make it to show their design collection at New York's Fashion Week. They're given a different challenge at the beginning of each episode, and each episode culminates in the fashion show in which one contestant is proclaimed a winner, and one contestant "will be out." This particular season boasted an incredible cast of unforgettable characters. Heidi Klum is excellent as host and judge, Tim Gunn is perfect as mentor, Nina Garcia and Michael Kors know their fashion. Project Runway is filled with creativity, beauty, and drama. I can watch it over and over again.
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While season 1 was great and compelling, season 2 trumps season 1. This gives you a real insider's view of what creating fashion is all about. You might quibble with some individual winners and losers, but in the last result the winner is truly the best of the lot. While I suppose you could have caught this all when originally broadcast or re-broadcast or indeed re-re-broadcast, the season is best watched in sequence. While my pick of the whole shebang is Santino's wonderful gown, showcased at the end of his runway show, Chloe's runway presentation is sensational.

All I could have wished for is a bit more follow-up on the winning and losing designers, and of course a coverage of Kara's own runway show (evidently, the final was filmed before the 3 finalists were chosen, but only the runway shows of those top 3 made it onto the air).

Obviously, I await season 3 with eager anticipation!
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The second season of Project Runway is definitely my favorite season. From the antics (and sometimes insane designs) of Santino, the wit of Nick, and watching Daniel V. go from being almost unseen in the first few episode to one of the best designers of the season, it's reality TV at its best.

The DVDs are loaded with extras. The best part of the DVDs, however, are the extensions added to the episodes. They range from as little as a new reaction shot to covering when the designers went for manicures and pedicures during the Makeover Challenge. Most of the bravotv.com bonus videos have been incorporated into the challenges they came from, and the rest are left under the Special Features.

All in all, this is one of the best DVD treatments I've seen for any television show, period.
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Does anyone really need a synopsis on Project Runway? Have you been hiding under a red carpet? Heidi Klum, (beautiful) 16 contestants (insane to in-sane-er), challenges (chaos), judges, the models, the celebrities...Hello?

I'm not sure if this season was better than last because as colorful as Santino was..."What happened to Andrae? Oh, I know, he's at the Red Lobster with Tim."...he didn't quite match the maniputlative, snipping witch that was Wendy Pepper! On the other hand he designed and sang a hell of a lot better! Will we ever forget his Daniel Franco tribute, which is deadly and extended on the DVD.
At least this season they got rid of the constant model switching which was annoying and made the one and only 'walk-off' a killer...Poor Nick!

Andrae's emotions really shine on the DVD and they're brilliant, brilliant, brilliant...I loved Andrae!

The DVD that Amazon is presenting is happily and heavily stuffed with extras...It's worth it just for Tim Gunn's Blog alone, but there is so much more.

As far as reality TV goes, this is what it's about...It's not silly and it doesn't dumb down its viewers.
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