TV RECAP: Project Runway Episode #6



TV RECAP: Project Runway Episode #6

Episode 6 of Project Runway kicked off with a challenge for the kids. Designers were asked to create a children’s look for the runway, but halfway through the process Tim stopped by with a bit of  a twist. The  season 7 designers were told to create a companion piece for an adult that complemented the children’s look they had created. As the models and their mini-me’s took the runway, Seth took the prize for immunity as Janeane was cut from the competition.

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