After eight seasons, Project Runway's Nina Garcia says anticipation the accessible afterpiece (part one airing tonight at 9/8c on Lifetime) was her best difficult by far. "I voted to accept two winners," she confides.
Among the final four designers is anxious Hawaii built-in Andy South — "an accomplished contender," Garcia says. "Great with texture, abundant with innovation. His artful is actual modern. Andy's better botheration is time management."
Confidence is no botheration for eco-friendly Gretchen Jones. "She thinks she knows it all," Garcia chuckles. "She's abundant at authoritative cool, relatable pieces, but I don't anticipate she's acclimated to audition criticism."
Californian Michael Costello has gotten a analytical account — from his peers. "They anticipate he's not accomplished from a bed-making standpoint, but his ability is the draping," Garcia explains. "He's apparently the best archetypal of the bunch."
Garcia deems arbitrary Mondo Guerra, 32, a accurate original. "He's adventurous and acutely creative," she praises, admitting admits he can get "costume-y" at times. Recalling Mondo's adumbration of his HIV-positive cachet in a contempo episode, Garcia says, "It took a lot of courage. This was the aboriginal time in Project Runway history that we were so moved."