Project Runway Season 7 Finale Runway Designs

Get a detailed look at the collections from the final three designers.

Reminisce over past challenges with the best and worst designs from Season 7.

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Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
Always one to showcase an innovative and edgy style, Seth Aaron used his 1940s German and Russian military-inspired collection to demonstrate a more polished version of his design aesthetic. With this collection, Seth Aaron's unique vision, technical talent, and creative edge was obvious, and he was chosen as the Season 7 Project Runway winner.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
Seth Aaron's show kicked off with this eye-catching red dress with leather detailing. The look impressed the judges, who said it could easily be worn in the real world.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
Showing off his expert craftsmanship, this leather-accented houndstooth print suit created a perfect silhouette.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
This flowing silk parachute dress was a standout in the collection. Guest judge Faith Hill gave the ultimate compliment by saying she would wear it "in a heartbeat."
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
The never-boring Seth Aaron stayed true to his edgy appeal with this uniquely structured dress with a plaid-lined collar.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
Proving that he can make clothes with commercial appeal, this A-line striped dress is both sophisticated and modern.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
Tim Gunn's advice to surprise the judges was put to good use in this boldly colored plaid ensemble.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
Taking a break from the dresses, these plaid pants with leather panels showed the cohesiveness in the collection when paired with a leather jacket with striped lining.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
Nina Garcia named this polka-dot and tweed dress with striped leggings one of her favorite looks.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
The judges commented that Seth Aaron's designs gained a sophistication and sense of luxury, as seen in this dramatic, structured coat.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Seth Aaron Henderson
One unanimously disliked design was this purple contraption. The judges deemed it unflattering and costumey.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
While Emilio hasn't won over many friends this season, he did win the most challenges thanks to his use of tailoring and prints. Calling his collection "Color Me Bad," Emilio's goal was to make "wearable clothing that’s also exciting to look at."
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
Inspired by a contrasting color palette, this olive green coat is just one of many pieces in the collection with a bold hue.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
This dress featured Emilio's specially-made print using the name of his brand: ESOSA.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
Emilio's take on American sportswear proved his expertise at making clothing that compliments a woman's body.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
The judges commended Emilio's tailoring skills and felt he showed impeccable taste with this intense aqua coat.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
Again using his signature print, this one-shoulder minidress delivered a punch of color when paired with a bright, contrasting jacket.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
Styling this structured print dress with red leather gloves gives this outfit dramatic flair.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
Emilio shows that he can do commercial sportswear with this formfitting jersey dress.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
Despite the vivid use of color, judge Michael Kors wished Emilio had "turned the notch up a touch."
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
Continuing the theme of sportswear, this tailored black suit was accented with leather cuffs and wispy sleeves to give it a bit of an artistic edge.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
A "spray-painted brocade" skirt, black top, and structured trench complete this look. The judges praised the fit of the coat but said they saw too many on the runway.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Emilio Sosa
The judges raved about this striking gold dress and wished they’d seen more designs like it. However, they felt a disconnect between this piece and the rest of the collection.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
Mila is known for her retro yet chic design concepts. Choosing not to stray from her usual color scheme, she used shadows as the inspiration for her Fashion Week collection.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
It's easy to see the 1960s influence in the design of this black and white striped tunic. Teaming it with a long-sleeved shirt and leggings gives the look a modern twist.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
Mila's theme of light and dark continued with this mixed-media dress, which was a favorite of Michael Kors.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
Elements of aubergine were seen throughout the collection to break up the monochromatic color palette, as seen with this knit dress.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
Heeding the advice of the judges to make the styling more contemporary, Mila produced modernized pieces like this fitted charcoal trench.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
The judges were impressed with Mila's ability to incorporate different textiles into her collection.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
Hoping to show her signature style with an element of surprise, Mila paired a sequined geometric miniskirt and unconventional top with sheer leggings.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
The inspiration of layers, dimension, and allusion was expressed perfectly by this black and slate-infused look
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
This look consisted of a graphic tee and leggings, layered with an eggplant-colored sweater. Heidi said it was simple but one she'd love to own.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
Although the judges were happy she loosened up her designs and styling, they didn't see anything surprising or exciting in Mila's collection.
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Project Runway: The Final Three

Designer: Mila Hermanovski
The judges were pleased to see softer, more up-to-date numbers, like this sequin-embellished dress.
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