Kara and Austin get spring, Michael C and Jerell get winter, Mondo and Kenley pull summer and Mila and Rami are left with autumn. Turns out, it's a fashion face off - for each season, they'll be a high score and a low score, with the low scores ending up in the bottom four. They are given $200 and 24 hours to create their looks.
After using their 30 minutes of sketch time, the group heads to Mood to pick their fabrics. Michael C is, of course, unsure what he's looking for, but the other seem to have slightly more direction for the task. Jerell in particular has his work cut out for him, as he's making a coat as part of his look. However, Michael C is also doing a coat, a coincidence which may cause trouble down the line.
Without fail, Jerell notices that Michael is using the exact same silhouette for his bolero jacket and voices his concern. Michael sarcastically jokes that he stole Jerell's idea, but it's a bit of a problem. Once Joanna comes to check on the designers' progress, Jerell expresses his frustration and the entire group is brought together to discuss their thoughts. Mila and Rami admit that they all saw Jerell's design first, though Joanna encourages both him and Michael to do their best with what they have.
Mondo later attempts to encourage Michael C over lunch, though Jerell comes in and things get awkward. Jerell admits that he doesn't want there to be tension but that he wants Michael to see things from his perspective. Michael gets defensive, saying that it's "bulls**t" that he would be accused of cheating and that he will "wipe [his] ass" with the rest of his outfit.
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Angela Lindvall, Georgina Chapman and Isaac Mizrahi are joined by designer Cynthia Rowley for this week's runway panel. Spring and Summer designers are kept on the stage, while the others wait behind the scenes.
Austin: Cynthia thinks his classic sweater and trouser set is "so dorky, it's cool" and admires the high-waisted trousers, which are more modern. Isaac appreciates the beautiful tailoring but thinks it goes "a little moderate" on the model and she looks like a "bore". Georgina agrees, saying that an everyday, modern girl wouldn't wear the outfit. It reminds Angela of a small-town girl on her way to church.
Kara: Angela thinks that Kara's block colour basics display a comfortable look and likes the way that the pants fit, but Cynthia says that there's nothing original about any of the pieces at all. Isaac admittedly doesn't feel it as it's too basic for anything but running out to the store. Georgina likes the fabric choices and wouldn't mind wearing it.
High score: Kara
Kenley: Cynthia loves the polka-dot jumper, calling it simple and chic and appreciating that there are no accessories. Isaac agrees, and applauds that it's one piece. Georgina's only criticism is that the lines should be a bit better. Angela would love to wear the piece.
Mondo: Cynthia is confused by Mondo's short and blouse combo, as the earrings and hair look '50s, while the bracelets look '80s. She thinks that there are a lot of different directions that don't match up. Isaac thinks that it goes "a bit junior", comparing it to the Desperately Seeking Susan look, while Georgina says that the short this week isn't very flattering, unlike his designs last week.
High score: Kenley
Rami: Angela wonders if the draped and layered blouse can be worn open, and Georgina calls the details on the back "absolutely gorgeous". Isaac wishes that the green part of the blouse would go, and thinks that there's "something sloppy" about the drapery around the neck. Cynthia takes issue with the "lopsided" look of the top.
Mila: Georgina likes the red top, even if it's not the most exciting thing. Angela likes the cape as it's functional and allows for movement. Cynthia appreciates the chic and wearable aspect to the outfit.
High score: Mila
Jerell: Georgina notices that Jerell's coat and pant set are very similar to Michael's, though Michael insists that he was not originally aware of the similarities. Georgina likes the bohemian, tribal aspect and the way he brought it to modern sportswear. Isaac loves the gorgeous coat, though he wishes that it was able to be closed and had buttons. Cynthia is crazy about the hat, hair and leather trim, complimenting him for staying true to his style.
Michael: Isaac thinks the belt is beautiful as the model looks very resolved, though he hates the bottom. Cynthia thinks that it's more of an ensemble - insisting that it goes with Jerell's. Georgina thinks it's polished and sophisticated.
High score: Jerell
Mila, Kenley, Mondo, Michael C and Kara are safe and are allowed to leave the runway, while Jerell is named the winner of this week's challenge. He is also safe and will continue on in the competition.
It's down to Austin and Rami in the bottom two. Angela thinks that Rami's look needed to be simplified and that his shirt looked like a mistake that he was trying to catch up. As for Austin, he didn't push any creative boundaries and the styling missed the mark yet again.
Rami is eliminated. "This was my first time on the bottom and I happened to be eliminated. Life goes on and the universe will take care of me in its way. It's impossible for everyone in the world to like everything you do and I'm okay with that, because that's just the way it is," he says.
"All-Stars has given me the exposure I need to kick off what's to come next. It was a great platform to showcase some of my work and I'm grateful for that."
Project Runway: All Stars airs Thursdays at 9/8c on Lifetime.