It's the season finale and our final three designers have a few short days to develop their 7-piece collections. A few fan-favorite designers return to help them out in the work room before saying goodbye again. The final three collections are all strong, but only one designer can be named the winner of Project Runway All Stars Season 6!
This week, the final four designers travel to Washington D.C. where they visit the Smithsonian Museum to take in the rich history of American fashion. They are challenged with creating a 6 piece collection in one week, but of course there's a twist! They have to present one look early to determine the final three. Then, in another twist, the runway ends in a challenge to create a look in only an hour! And in the end, we say goodbye to a very talented designer in one of the most emotional...
This week, Nina Garcia challenges the designers to create resortwear looks inspired by lands in Candy Crush. The runway is a tense battle between jumpsuits and pants and we end the episode with our final four designers heading off to Washington DC.
This week, the designers visit the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square to discover their next challenge - creating dazzling stage performance outfits based on a musical genre. The twist? There are only three different genres, meaning three pairs of designers will be going head-to-head. By the end of the runway, we say goodbye to our last female designer.
This week, the designers visit Zac Posen's workspace and are challenged to create red carpet looks that feature their signature techniques. Everyone seems inspired by the challenge, but it's another lackluster runway and we end up saying goodbye to our first male designer since episode 1.
This week, the designers are tasked with creating colorful party looks for spring, inspired by Isaac Mizrahi's museum exhibit. Everyone's a bit outside their comfort zone, but they all manages to pull it together for the runway. And the winner will get to collaborate on a capsule collection with Isaac!
This week, the designers are challenged with creating avant garde looks that are out of this world! Several designers miss the mark, leading to a tense runway. Guest judge Rupaul brings some levity to the situation, but by the end of the show, we're down to eight designers and are half-way to finding out this season's true All Star.
This week, the designers are challenged with creating a chic, youthful design for the modern day Betty Boop. Many of the designers missed the mark, but one designer in particular stepped too far outside of their comfort zone and ended up going home.
This week, the designers are tasked with creating elegant looks that channel the superhero within while also taking inspiration from Rodial skin and makeup products. Several designers struggled this week, while others flourished. By the end of the runway, another fan favorite is sent home.
It's the unconventional challenge and this season the designers are tasked with creating ballgowns for the modern-day princess. And the unconventional twist? They have to use actual balls to do it! This already stressful challenge is marred by unneccessary drama and the runway ends with one of our favorite designers being sent home.
This week, the designers are treated to a fancy dinner in NYC, but of course there's a twist! The person they sat with became their partner for the next challenge, where they were tasked to create looks inspired by the food and wine. After a rather hum-drum runway, we say goodbye to TWO designers in our first double-elimination!
We meet our 16 designers and quickly learn the twist of this season: half the contestants are All Stars rookies and half are veterans from previous seasons! The two teams are challenged to create cohesive, eight-piece collections and the winning team may surprise you.
It’s time for the final challenge before New York Fashion Week and it’s a frosty one! The designers are tasked with creating high-fashion winter wear looks and get two days and $400 to do so. After the winter wonderland of a runway, the judges make a surprise decision to determine who gets to show at Fashion Week!
It's the Avon challenge and this week the designers are tasked with creating editorial looks inspired by breast cancer survivors - true warrior women! Most of the designs this week were just okay considering the amazing and emotional prompt, but one designer in particular veered too far into costume land and the judges sent them home. Tim Gunn disagrees with the judges and uses his Tim Gunn save at the last minue. Only one episode left before we have our final line-up!
It’s time for the Lexus challenge and this season, it’s an unconventional challenge too! Designers have to make runway-ready looks using safety materials like caution tape, life jackets, and traffic cones. By the end of the episode, we’re down to the top five designers!
The drama from last episode bubbles over and the cheating scandal gets wrapped up by a decisive Tim Gunn. After all that blows over, we move on to this week’s challenge: creating an avant garde look based on Shopkins dolls. Some of the designers struggle this week and the runway ends in a shocking double elimination!
This week, the designers were tasked with creating a print to be used on a ready to wear outfit and…a Dixie cup. But it’s okay, the winner also gets $25,000! This is also the everyday woman challenge, featuring the friends and family of the Project Runway crew and they’re all super sweet! Unfortunately, some drama and cheating allegations plague the workroom and the final judging is left on a cliffhanger after Michael charges off the runway.
It’s the JCPenney challenge and the designers have to partner up and create fall fashion looks inspired by menswear. Despite getting to pick their own partners, there’s some drama this week and the show ended on a cliffhanger – the twins will have to go head-to-head in a one hour challenge next week to see who should stay and who should go home.
The models have been giving us their insights all season and this episode, it’s their chance to be the client! The designers must create street wear looks for the models to post on their social media accounts. In other exciting news, Tim Gunn takes his first successful selfie!