Project Runway

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Road to the Runway
Second season premiere!
Clothes Off Your Back
Heidi throws a roof-top party for the designers. At the party, she announces their next challenge: each must create an outfit using nothing besides the clothes he or she has worn to the party.
All Dolled Up
Tonight the contestants are asked to design for a global star.
Team Lingerie
The remaining designers must design lingerie for this week's challenge. The twist is -- they have to do it as teams.
Social Scene
The remaining designers must each design a dress for a prominent socialite -- Nicky Hilton. Hilton chooses the winner; the loser is eliminated.
Window Shopping
The designers that are left put together an ensemble for a famous clothing company, as well as a compelling and successful window display advertising the clothing.
On Thin Ice
The remaining designer wannabes have to get sporty when they have to create a garment for a professional figure skater.
The remaining contestants have to try to draw inspiration from their surroundings while outside in New York.
Flower Power
The remaining designers must design something suitable for a garden party while using things out of a garden.
The designers must design a "make over" look for another designer.
What's Your Line?
The remaining four contestants face off in the final competition before the final three advance to the Fall Fashion Week finale. They must design an evening gown that will be worn by Iman.
All the 16 contestants reunite to discuss their personal highs and woes during the various challenges and reflect on just how the show has changed their lives.
Finale (1)
In Part 1 of the two-part second-season finale, the three remaining designers return to their homes to create the line that will be shown in a face-off at New York Fashion Week. The .. show full overview
Finale (2)
In the conclusion of the two-part second season finale, the three remaining contestants must compete in a "face-off" at New York Fashion Week, as there lines are presented to the judges .. show full overview