Project Catwalk (season 3)
Series Three of Project Catwalk began January 9, and features 13 contestants vying for the prizes, which include £25,000, a clothing range courtesy of Oli, and a full feature fashion spread in Grazia magazine. Kelly Osbourne returns as the show's host.
|Jasper||HIGH||WIN||LOW||IN||HIGH||WIN||HIGH||IN||LOW||blue">WINNER||10 - London Fashion Week Finale|
|Ross||WIN||HIGH||WIN||LOW||IN||IN||LOW||LOW||OUT||9 - Kelly Osbourne Dress Challenge|
|Katy||IN||LOW||WIN||IN||LOW||HIGH||LOW||WIN||OUT||8 - Airline Challenge|
|Clinton||IN||LOW||IN||WIN||LOW||LOW||OUT||7 - Show Stopper|
|Tom||LOW||HIGH||IN||LOW||WIN||OUT||6 - A Fashionable Cause|
|Fionnuala||LOW||HIGH||IN||IN||OUT||5 - Fashion Future|
|Angie||HIGH||LOW||LOW||OUT||4 - Fireworks with Firetrap|
|Debbie||IN||LOW||OUT||3 - Mac Daddy|
|Jules||IN||OUT||2 - Re-Designing Nancy|
|James||OUT||1 - A Catfight on the Catwalk|
- Dark Blue background and WINNER means the designer won the competition
- Blue background and WIN means the designer won that challenge.
- Red background and OUT means the designer lost and was out of the competition.
- Light blue background and HIGH means the designer had one of the highest scores for that challenge.
- Pink background and LOW means the designer had one of the lowest scores for that challenge.
- Orange background and LOW means the designer had the second lowest score for that challenge.
No contestants were eliminated in Episode 8: Flybe Cabin Crew Uniform Challenge.
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... Episode 1 A Catfight on the CatwalkThe designers had to create an outfit that reflected their personalities ... However,the only fabrics they had access to for the task would be garments from each others wardrobes ... Zandra Rhodes WINNER Ross OUT James Episode 2 Re-Designing Nancy The designers had to create a dress for Nancy Dell'Olio to get her from the worst dressed list to the best dressed list ...
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