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  1. The ??Project Runway?? designers go back-to-school as 11 tween and adolescent painters from the Harlem School from the Arts become their inventive consultants.

    Here??s hoping there??s pizza, donuts and Red Bull within the workroom.

    And sew it goes:

    The Challenge: The designers ought to collaborate on an original painting with their young muses and after that, generate an avant-garde design determined by the teen-spiration. Their designs will have to push boundaries but not be ??too literal.?? In other words, go weird or go household.

    The Making-it-Workroom Drama: Many of the designers just don??t understand how to kid around. Viktor Luna ??needs a cocktail?? after painting with a hyper-opinionated, 12-year-old Skye. Laura Kathleen fashions quite flowers with 11-year-old Kai, the Dali Lama of art, who preaches that ??failure?? is superior. Um, Kai clearly hasn??t been critiqued by judge Michael Kors.
    Meanwhile, Olivier Green glues his fairly chiffon bodice to his model, breaking the ??PR?? rules and gets a tongue-lashing demerit (but not detention) from mentor Tim Gunn.

    The Runway Show: Is an Expressionistic mess and we??re avant performed with it. The catwalk options undesirable prom dresses, a hooker wolf suit, a dress Gunn dubbed ??Take Me to Geronimo?? along with a denim interpretation of FedEx delivery boxes.

    The Guest Judge: Designer, shoe maven, philanthropist and political activist Kenneth Cole brings his often sturdy billboard viewpoints to the panel.

    Who??s In: Color-blind designer Anthony Ryan Auld wows again with an ethereal gown depending on the brushstrokes of his student muse. Heidi Klum is so in enjoy with his frock, Stylelist just about forgot she was desperate to ??auf him last week.

    Who??s Out: Joshu a Christensen gets mauled by Kors for his ??Victorian cocktail dress in Las Vegas?? wolf-inspired dress and is sent residence –again. Stylelist understands it was an clear decision to do away with Christensen, who already had been eliminated in episode two and was provided a second shot on the runway after Cecelia Motwani quit the competitors. Nevertheless, we have been gunning for Green??s glued-on valium gown to motivate the judges to bid him adieu.

    Photo courtesy of Lifetime.

  2. ugh… O! if everyone followed the law!

    they just don’t get it…

  3. Passing a law that has as many holes in it as a sieve is ridiculous. Just enforce existing law.