If it were up to us, "Project Runway" would never be "out," it would just play on a loop 24/7/365.
Sadly, Season 14 will say auf wiedersehen on Thursday, November 5th, so now seems like a good time to take stock and rank the previous 13 seasons, with the expectation that the 2015 season will probably fall somewhere in the middle of the pack once it's done.
Rami Kashou demonstrated his skills by winning the first challenge right off the bat, establishing himself as a formidable opponent.
He continued throughout the competition, winning four challenges, and earning himself a place as one of the three finalists to show their collections at New York Fashion Week.
When the person who comes second or worse in a Reality Show gets more out of it than the winner, be it in post-show popularity, sales, endorsement cash, or simply not looking like as much of a jackass on national television.
For the talent-based shows, the reason can be described easily.
The designers were given an unconventional materials challenge and asked to make an outfit that represents them as a designer.
Michael Kors compared him to the cerebral cortex during one of their evaluations.
Rami has shown to handle most challenges very well and tends to shy away from the show's drama.
Finale- In deciding who would continue to show at New York Fashion week Rami and Chris were both given an opportunity to create collection, however only one would join the other two finalists.
When both designers demonstrated three looks to represent their collection, Rami was the winner.