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The best looks from Project Runway are plentiful, but we made it work and rounded up the most memorable designs. The 11-season running show has had its share of dramas and disasters, but at the end of the day we had Tim Gunn, Michael Kors, and now Zac Posen give us the snark we've all come to know and love. There should be a show with just the three of them judging everyone, because it would be a guaranteed success.
It's the epic list of all-time faves and unforgettable styles that made the show the success that it was. Project Runway winners and contestants alike have created some unforgettable looks. Just remember, corn and candy walked the runway and made Project Runway history. Revisit your past faves and recent looks for the ultimate fashion jam.
Irina Shabayeva's Newspaper Coat
Irina's use of newspapers in the Unconventional Materials Challenge was a notable take on the literal paper thin material. Her remastering of the material looked sturdy enough to withstand winds and rain, although we wouldn't risk trying it out for real.
Who can forget Momolu's innovative design in season 5 with weaving sand-colored seat belts? She became runner-up THREE TIMES in THREE SEPARATE seasons, making her the best almost-best, and that's just as good as winning, right?
Christian Siriano and Chris March’s Elizabethan Creation
Christian basically headed the design on this whimsical and avant-garde piece, which is a nod to the Elizabethan era. Think Kate Blanchett reciting an epic speech in iambic pentameter wearing this pretty little number.
Most designers tend to struggle with these two look challenges and fuel the fashion related drama we've all come to know and love. Henderson's look for Mom was unique and fashion-forward while keeping the daughter's style adorable and practical.