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Project Runway: Season 5

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Editorial Reviews

The hip series Project Runway is a pop culture sensation. International supermodel Heidi Klum returns as host, heading a glamorous panel of celebrities and fashion icons in search of the next star fashion designer.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Weinstein Company
  • DVD Release Date: August 4, 2009
  • Run Time: 610 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00284G2B2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,635 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Project Runway: Season 5" on IMDb

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I LOVE project runway. since it doesn't run in germany (where i live) i always order the dvds from the US. so i wonder everytime why they cannot just NOT tell the winner on the backside of the dvd?? this time i just didn't look on the backside, but then the winner was shown in the menue of the dvd....
i missed the reunion and also the "wear are they now" - there was just a short interview with the winner. the extras are too few.

heidi strikes me as quite heartless - there is never any empathy and she just says her lines.

but still i watched the season in almos just one go! it's marvellous. but no project runway season will ever come up to season 2 (santino!). that was the BEST.
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I'm hooked! I am so addicted to Project Runway that I can't NOT watch! Heidi is devine ("She acts kind of bitchy, no?") and Tim Gunn ("Make it work") are such fun! Then add to this mix the judges, designers and the crazy challanges (can YOU make an outfit out of a garbage bag?) and you have a show that you just can't miss! I LOVE THIS! Season Five was not a disappointment, either. It delivered the goods! Lots of excitement and watching your favorite designer get voted off, or one who SHOULD get the boot but stays...well, it's DRAMA plain and simple! KEEP THEM COMING1 I have bought every DVD set and will continue buying them until it's off the air. I can sit and watch these shows over and over again! SUCH FUN!!!
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This is the last Season on Bravo. Still surprising with the challenges. A must have if you are following this program. You will like to see some of the designers that will appear in later Project Runway Allstars....Season 1 to 5 a great binge watch!
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My daughter and I thought this season was disappointing. Not many of the contestants were likeable, their designs weren't spectacular, and the last challenge (evening gown)was so banal that I thought the designers were going to be told to get back to the workroom and really CREATE! We DID miss the reunion show although I imagine it would have been rather catty. The "WEAR is the Winner Now" segment just showed her at the ELLE photo shoot and didn't give any information on what she was doing 6 months after the show. THAT'S what we find interesting - have the winners been successful in their work life?
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I've never enjoyed the reunion show. So I didn't miss it at all. I watch this show to see the design challenges and then the shows resulting from those challenges. I am somewhat interested in the personalities on the show but that is a much more distant interest. There always seems to be one character everyone hates and that was true of this season too. I think that is just human nature, especially in a competitive setting. I thought there was a lot of talent on this season. By the time we got down to the final four contestants, I was having a heck of a time choosing and I usually don't have this much of a problem. Usually the soon-to-be-winner is standing out by the time we get down to that few.

One thing that always bothers me about this show is that there is never any prize for the two runners up. I think there should be some consolation prizes for them. Certainly all these companies involved in this show can come up with something for them. If nothing else, give all three of them a free vacation at a spa so they can recuperate from all that tension and hard work.

This is the last season that was shot in New York. For Season 6, which I am now watching, the show has moved to L.A.

I must also say that Heidi Klum continues to irritate me season after season. I don't know what is so offputting about her but with each season I renew and intensify the feeling that wouldn't it be nice if I never had to hear or see her again. I do not have that problem with Tim Gunn, Michael Kors or Nina Garcia. They are fine.
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Season five has been called the weakest season, but it's still fun. There's not a clear winner, as there was in season four, so it's fun to see some more even competition. If you're a fan of the show, it's a must see. If you're not, start with season one and work your way up.
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I don't sew, but I adore this show!

Each season begins with approximately 12-16 up-and-coming fashion designers selected to compete for the opportunity to design a show for Fashion Week in Bryant Park of New York City. Each episode introduces a new challenge for the designers in which they have minimal time to sketch and purchase materials for the challenge, always accomplished under significant time restraints. The challenges themselves are often very interesting, such as the challenge to create clothing from non-traditional materials (e.g. items from a pet store, flowers, or items reconstructed from their own pajamas).

In addition to the challenges, the designers themselves bring a lot of color and character to the show. The mentor, Tim Gunn, is terrific at encouraging the designers to to do their best with his trademark "Make It Work, Designers!" And if that isn't enough, the judges (Michael Kors and Nina Garcia) offer thoughful critiques. And then there is the third judge and show host, Heidi Klum, who offers valuable input and something pretty to look at.

But at the core of it all is the fashion. It is really interesting to watch the clothes come to life in each challenge, culminating in a runway show.

If you like fashion, you'll love Project Runway!
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