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List of Project Runway Australia episodes

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Season 4

Season 3

  • S3Ep11:   9/13/2011  

    The final three show their collections to the Judges.

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  • S3Ep10:   9/6/2011  

    The final three have been selected and they now face their final challenge:create a collection of 10 designs which will be showcased at a live fashion show in front of their fashion industry peers. Unlike previous challenges there are no restrictions, no limits and no twists. What they do have is a budget of $10,000, 17 weeks and complete freedom. Alex pays each designer a home visit to offer them support and his expert advice on their collections.

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  • S3Ep9:   8/29/2011  

    It is thefinal challenge andthe last chancefor the four remaining designers to prove they are worthy of a place at Melbourne Fashion Week.So Alex takes them to the Melbourne Fashion Festival's runway to give them their final challenge - they have 18 hours to create a haute couture gown worthy of the runways of Paris, New York and Milan. But since this is Project Runway Australia, there must be a twist in there somewhere!

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  • S3Ep8:   8/22/2011  

    Time's getting short, and with only five designers left, the stakes are even higher. This week, Alex tells them that the path to red carpet glory is full of missteps, and proves his point when the models appear wearing copies of some of fashion's biggest disasters. Their challenge: transform these awful red carpet looks into something that will get them on the front pages for all the right reason.

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  • S3Ep7:   8/15/2011  

    Everyone is happy to have Nerida back, but they're all equally ready to take on their next challenge and send someone home. Alex tells the designers that they will be creating an evening gown for an international model, actress and designor- their very own Megan Gale! Guest judge Camilla Freeman joins the judging panel to help decide who will is worthy of remaining and who must go home.

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  • S3Ep6:   8/8/2011  

    The remaining six competitors fly to the Gold Coast, where Alex gives them their new challenge. But some familiar faces return to give them a run for their money- four of the eliminated designers are being given a second chance at the competition, and one of the other six will find that their luck has run out entirely.

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  • S3Ep5:   8/1/2011  

    The seven remaining designers must dress a new set of models- their mothers- but the mother each dresses isn

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  • S3Ep4:   7/25/2011  

    Still reeling after last week's double elimination, the designers are told to meet Alex at a photography studio where they must randomly choose a decade and develop a fashion forward design inspired by that era. But that's not their only problem- they must work in pairs, and decide amongst themselves which of them will be head designer.

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  • S3Ep3:   7/18/2011  

    The 10 remaining designers are asked to create high end day wear out of used clothing chosen by someone else. But to makes things really interesting, Megan raises the stakes, and tells the that there will be two designers cut in this challenge

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  • S3Ep2:   7/11/2011  

    Alex Perry brings the designers to the glamorous Silk Road bar, and introduces special guests Dannii Minogue and her fashion partner, Tabitha Somerset-Webb who give them their next challenge. They are given $80 and eight hours in which to complete a glamorous evening dress that fits within Project D

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  • S3Ep1:   7/4/2011  

    Megan Gale hosts an all new set of contestants to determine who the next big thing in Australian fashion will be. Joining her will also be new judges Jarrad Clark and Kirrily Johnston, as well as mentor Alex Perry. For their first challenge, they must create a cocktail dress in 12 hours without getting to choose either their fabric or their colour palette.

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