TV Recap: Project Runway

With Jack and Stephen gone, Kevin is all alone with no roommates, and is not happy about it.

"It just sucks they're dropping like flies at this point," he sadly said. Project Runway is clearly not fun and games anymore. Was it ever?

This week's episode sure seemed like fun and games, however. The challenge was exciting, unique, and definitely didn't lack creativity.

Tim woke up the designers (surprise surprise!) and told them to quickly get dressed and meet him in the lobby. It was time for an adventure.

They arrived at their destination: The Hershey's Store in Times Square.

Their challenge was to use items from The Hershey's Store as the raw materials for the outfits of their choices.In addition, there was no budget for this challenge, but they have only five minutes to grab whatever they could get their hands on in the entire store.

They ran like madmen.

When they got back to the design room, the ambiance was definitely more cheerful than last episode. Everyone was having a really fun time which was needed in order to make everything a little more light hearted, Kit said.
they have one day- until midnight- to finish the entire outfit.

Jillian was the only designer to choose actual edible food to use for her outfit, which she was confident about, at first.

Chris on the other hand, with experience in using food for outfits, knew right off the bat that Jillian was making a costly mistake.

"Real food is not practical," Chris said.

With Christian sitting there unwrapping over a thousand Reeses and Alisa organizing her dress's version of Gretel, the designers were in for a treat with this challenge.

Christian's high ego is starting to get to some of the designers, especially Kevin. But through Christian's eyes, the other designers simply aren't good because they don't have direction.

Jillian's tedious work is getting to her, for with an hour left she is nowhere near finished and worried that her outfit, along with the Twizzlers, is going to unravel.

But the judges beg to differ on the runway. Her outfit was "deliciously chic- adorable, really well done," Kors said about Jillian design.

Rami's cool, collective, and all the while crazy creation was proclaimed winner,and Alisa's fairy tail just didn't come true. She was asked to pack her things.

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