'Project Runway' : The Top Three's Best Looks

Look back at Christian, Jillian and Rami's most memorable designs from this season

01 of 15

CHRISTIAN SIRIANO

CHRISTIAN SIRIANO
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Pint-sized but full of attitude, 22-year-old Christian Siriano is as much known for his catchphrase ("That's fierce!") as he is his avant-garde designs. Forward thinking and fast, Siriano already won Bravo's audience favorite award – complete with a check for $10,000.

02 of 15

THE TWO TONE DRESS

THE TWO TONE DRESS
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Christian's feathered frock impressed everyone from Michael Kors to Victoria Beckham, who told the Project Runway winner she'd happily wear his clothing any day.

03 of 15

THE COUTURE CHALLENGE

THE COUTURE CHALLENGE
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Teamed with fourth place finalist Chris March, Siriano's couture look impressed the judges, earning the team a first place with in this challenge and a Tresemme ad in Elle magazine.

04 of 15

THE FINE ART CHALLENGE

THE FINE ART CHALLENGE
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Another victory for Christian, the designer won over the judges with his dramatic look inspired by Bartolome Esteban Murillo's 1665 painting Don Andrew De Andrade Y La Cal.

05 of 15

WWE DIVAS CHALLENGE

WWE DIVAS CHALLENGE
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Siriano was incredibly proud of his look for WWE Diva Kristal, which combined leather and lace. Lucky for the diminutive designer, the wrestler loved her look, too.

06 of 15

JILLIAN LEWIS

JILLIAN LEWIS
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The quiet Long Island-native may have a reputation for being slow to finish challenges, but she makes up for it on the runway. Lewis's designs – which have included finely tailored jackets and even a dress made of licorice – have consistently impressed the judges.

07 of 15

THE KNITWEAR

THE KNITWEAR
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Third place finalist Jillian's collection combined sassy headgear and intricate knits in innovative shapes that would flatter any woman, the judges said.

08 of 15

OUTDATED FASHION CHALLENGE

OUTDATED FASHION CHALLENGE
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Leading her team – comprising Kevin and Rami – to victory, Lewis's look fused three outdated looks – overalls, '70s flare and poodle skirts – together in a modern, original outfit

09 of 15

THE COUTURE CHALLENGE

THE COUTURE CHALLENGE
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Working with Victorya, Jillian's structured, impeccably tailored jacket received plenty of positive feedback from the judges, including guest judge Alberta Ferretti.

10 of 15

THE HERSHEY CHALLENGE

THE HERSHEY CHALLENGE
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She didn't win – but Jillian's outfit, studded with Twizzlers, was the only one to actually include anything edible. Fretting that working with the candy would be her downfall, Lewis wowed the judges with her delicious creation.

11 of 15

RAMI KASHOU

RAMI KASHOU
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He almost didn't make it to Bryant Park: After judges worried about his reliance on draping, Rami was given one more chance to prove himself with his final collection. And the judges loved it, remarking on the quality of his work and his versatility as a designer.

12 of 15

THE WOVEN DRESS

THE WOVEN DRESS
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Rami's woven dresses stunned the judges. Heidi Klum, for one, told the second place winner that she's love to wear his creations.

13 of 15

THE FIRST CHALLENGE

THE FIRST CHALLENGE
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Rami stood out immediately, winning the first challenge, called "Sew Us What You Got," with his elegant, charcoal grey Grecian-inspired dress.

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THE DENIM CHALLENGE

THE DENIM CHALLENGE
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Tasked with creating an exciting outfit out of Levi's blue jeans, Rami impressed the judges with his sassy, innovative look that creatively incorporated zippers.

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THE HERSHEY CHALLENGE

THE HERSHEY CHALLENGE
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While Jillian used actual candy, Rami dazzled the judges – including Zac Posen – with his outfit created out of Twizzler and Peppermint Patty wrappers, winning the challenge with his well-fitted look.

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