Who's Gonna Win Project Runway?

10/18/2006 at 04:19 PM ET

After months and a dozen challenges, Project Runway is down to its final four contestants (clockwise from top left: Michael, Laura, Jeffrey, Uli), and the grand finale is airing tomorrow night. Sure, we haven’t seen their final collections yet (and we are so excited to!), but we all have our favorites. Do you love Jeffrey’s punk rock style or Laura’s old-fashioned glamour ? Do you covet Uli’s tropical designs or Michael’s sleek sportswear? So, tell us: who’s gonna win — and who do you want to win — Project Runway?

Don’t forget to watch tonight at 10 pm EST on Bravo. Check out all of our Project Runway coverage — including an exclusive sneak peek of tonight’s show — by clicking here. After the show, come back here and tell us what you think of the winner!

Photo: Courtesy Mark Abrahams/Bravo(4)

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Victoria on

I really wish people would stop commenting on his neck tattoo. Personally, I think it’s touching and beautiful.

Lisa on

Regardless of his combative personal style, and his overly strong orientation to a very young market, Jeffrey is the most talented and creative designer. Each of the four finalists has their own focus, but Jeffrey shows the potential for a more broad range of possibilities than the rest. Michael’s work is elegant but very mainstream, and Laura and Ulli both have a very narrow range of, nonetheless, beautiful work. I hope the competition ends up judging the work, and not the designers as individuals.

Elisabeth on

I think that Uli is the best!!! I love love love her dresses!!!! she is AMAZING!

Karen on

I’m not sure who will win, but I do think that Jeffrey should be allowed to show his line of clothes, because as you remember Karasun got some shoes past the producers. She was just plan crooked. I think Laura is jealous and so many of her clothes all look alike. Uli is good, Michael is green, but he is getting there. Jeffrey has alot of talent that needs to be shown. But not sure who will win.

kathy on

i love michael hope he wins. I think he will make must use of the money.I would never hirer jeff to do a dress for me no telling what i would get. i think he had help with the sewing

Renee D on

I think Jeffery is full of himself = and I was very sad to see how he treated Angela’s mother and other people on the show. Moreover, his designs are over the top, definately not “wearable” for most people. Someone like that does not deserve to win. I also think that Uli is completely under-rated, I love her designs and I think they are totally unique! The way she puts prints together is amazing!!!

Stephanie on

wow, learn how to spell…it’s “excited too”…not “to”

anyway…im rooting for michael

Ryan on

Having seen the collections I can honestly say that the Michael craze is now dead. His collection was the worst! It was all tacky! As much as I dislike Jeffrey I think his collection might have been the best. I also think Uli’s was excellent. Laura’s was great too, but maybe I am biased against her because I think she is such a snob. All I know is that Michael, who was one of my favorites, really bombed in my opinion at fashion week. Go look up PROJECT RUNWAY fashion week SPOILER and you will probably find the collections online…

Chelsea on

Michael all the way!!!! I love him. He has the freshest ideas.

susie on

laura is going to win, guaranteed.

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