Project Runway All Stars, Episode 4: "Keepin' it Classy"
Protractors, binders, rubber bands, and floor mats were just some of the materials used in this week's unconventional challenge.
As the designers waited for their transportation outside of Parson's, no one suspected that the approaching big yellow school bus was coming for them. However, once the doors opened, the designers were instantly transformed. From the bouncing up and down in their seats, to the carefree round of jump rope they played later on in the workroom, these designers had found their inner child.
Next stop: P.S. 212. Upon their arrival, the designers were told they had four minutes to collect materials from a room full of school supplies. With these materials, they would have to make a high-impact runway fashion in just one day. To spice things up, Mary Kay revealed their new line of makeup on this episode, and allowed the winning design to be featured in a Mary Kay ad in Marie Claire magazine.
The guest judges this week were Academy Award nominee Gabourey Sidibe and actor Michael Urie. In addition, it was announced that all designs would be donated to P.S. 212 so they could be auctioned off to raise money for the school. Christopher Palu was this week's winner, but for some reason no one was eliminated.
On to the designs...
Christopher's WINNING look, made out of black binders, folders, scissors, and magnets:
Viktor's design, made with cut-up rulers, construction paper, floor mats, and thumb tacks:
Posted on Nov 18th, 2013 in sewing, design, garment construction, fabric, designers, Project Runway All Stars, season 3, unconventional challenge, Projfect Runway