Project Runway Season 4

Premiere Date, Episode List

Project Runway season 4 started airing on Wednesday, November 14, 2007. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S4E1 Sew Me What You Got

S4E2 I Started Crying

S4E3 Fashion Giant

S4E4 Trendsetter

S4E5 What's the Skinny?

S4E6 Eye Candy

S4E7 What a Girl Wants

S4E8 On Garde!

S4E9 Even Designers Get the Blues

S4E10 Raw Talent

S4E11 The Art of Fashion

S4E12 Reunion

S4E13 Finale, Part 1

most recent episode S4E14 Finale, Part 2

How many episodes are in season 4 of Project Runway?

The season consists of 14 episodes.

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Fan Buzz

But for the last few years though, the judges seem to have the attitude that the more boring and simple, the better the designer (which seems to have started when they gave the win to Gretchen instead of Mondo in Season 8) Time to party like a rock star, a sober rock star!!!! And I want to be entertained Emily's pantsuit was amazing. I cannot wait to see Michael fashions in a Macys window, and Uli designs were hot to death.

Critics Reviews

    Ultimately, though, Project Runway appears to have saved itself (and its audience from boredom) by showcasing a crop of designers that is—as Gunn has not unjustly declared—“the strongest group ever.” Because Project Runway’s lawyers have forbidden me from revealing the first episode’s winner and loser, I can’t go into much detail about specific triumphs and travails. Does Elisa’s decision to smear her textiles with grass stains enhance what she calls her “sylphlike haiku of a cut”? Does overconfident Christian heed Gunn’s criticism of his crooked seams? Does Kit, a young Gwen Stefani look-alike, recover when tough-guy Kevin takes away “her” plaid fabric? Which cast member marks textiles with spit instead of chalk, and is this technique genius or madness? I can’t give you any answers, but I can say that these people know from fashion. Both in the first episode and on the runway at Lincoln Center, they showed pieces of genuine and consistent beauty: a sleek purple sheath with a giant bow at the neck; a draped Grecian frock in steel-gray silk georgette; a tailored pantsuit with wide, buttoned cuffs at the ankles; a flouncy silver redingote. Of all the contestants’ work, only the loser’s left me cold, and that is as it should be. As Gunn reminds this individual, “Somebody has to be the first to go.” Or the best of colleagues, because once I heard that Gunn would indeed, after a barrage of media speculation to the contrary, return to Project Runway for its fourth season, I saw my chance. Jane’s future boyfriend <...> - per New York Magazine/Vulture [Caroline Weber]

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