Jeffrey Wins Project Runway! Do You Agree With The Judges?

10/19/2006 at 02:00 AM ET

It’s all over for Season 3, and Jeffrey has been named the winner of Project Runway. But whose collection did you think brought down the house at Olympus Fashion week? Did you too love Jeffrey’s Japanese inspired punk polka-dots and stripes (second from right)? Or are you dying for Laura’s elegant black gowns, feathers and beads included (right)? Lusting after Uli’s safari-inspired dresses and teeny bikinis (left)? Or are you on the prowl for Michael’s tiger prints and sexy satin shorts (second from left)? Tell us: whose collection did you like best? Were the judges right in picking Jeffrey as the winner?

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Mary on

I can’t believe Jeffrey won. This is why I don’t get fashion. I wanted Laura or Michael to win. But Uli’s collection was clearly the best. She should have won. The judges said they could see people wearing all her oufits. But instead they go with Jeffrey’s collection, where they clearly said two of his dresses were bad. As a forty year old woman, I can’t see myself wearing the white leather pants and the bikini top. I guess this is why I don’t get fashion….Uli you rocked it and were robbed.

Ginger on

I can’t believe Jeffery won! What a joke. His personality was certainly obnocious – especially the Mom episode. His loss of receipts, over spending and questionable extra help should have made his a non-winner. I thought going in Laura’s collection was gorgeous, but I think Uli should have ultimately won – her designs were original and she accepted their challenge of expanding her vision. Her designs will sell – Jeffery’s will be clown clothes for next Halloween

Nancy on

I loved Laura’s work not only on the final but all during the show. Yes, it was one-note, but so beautiful. I’m sure with her skill she could create other than cocktail and evening wear. I had trouble with her ladylike personality changing to occasional sniping at Jeffrey and the last accusation. Drama for tv? Never liked Michael’s work but he was the nicest. Uli’s was pretty but not special. Jeffrey’s Haute Couture plaid number was great! Nothing else he did during the show really grabbed me. I did his striped dress in the final. Did you note who garnered the most applause at the final showing?? The ladies. I will be back for PR 4.

Dero on

Like everything the public is convinced to be worthwhile, in the end, you find out, its all rigged. I think the judges made a big mistake.

Ashley on

Uli’s was the best collection of the four, although I loved Michael’s work throughout the course of the season the best. Jeffrey was my least favorite and I really think that the only reason he one is because he wasn’t afraid to make different (A.K.A. ugly) clothes. He needs to tone it down– and discover what flatters a woman’s body– in order to suceed.

Rick on

Jeffrey will never make it big. Funny how all of the female judges said there wasn’t a piece in Uli’s collection that they wouldn’t wear. She cleary should have been the winner.

JackieBlue on

I’m 100% convinced that Heidi, Micheal Kors, Nina Garcia, and the guest judge Fern all took hits off of a super-8 crack pipe before picking the winner. There was absolutely nothing innovative or even pretty about Jeffery’s work. Laura’s was gorgeous. Uli’s was pretty although at times some of it seemed bland – but still worthy of a win. Michael’s was gorgeous! They were all beautifully crafted, edgy, modern with a hip but nostalgic flair. I could see any one of his creations on today’s hottests stars. I personally wish I had the body for his signature piece with the animal prints. I definitely would purchase something like that sexy satin orange for a hot summer night at hip parties or clubbing. Laura’s work was just magnificent. I mean, really you could pay money for any of her dresses and wear them for years and years and it would be one of the best investments ever! I would never in a million years pay for anything that idiot Jeffrey made. That hideous green stripe thing? She looked like an acid-washed-leprechaun-milk maid. It was gross. All this proved to me is that Heidi really doesn’t know what she’s talking about after all. Nina Garcia is a Elle and not Vogue for a reason: she has no fashion sense and absolutely no taste. Michael Kors – well, I still like his work but he was too harsh on Michael. He can redeem himself by giving Michael an internship/apprenticeship with Kors, Inc. If the producers are smart they’ll read these posts and take note. Everyone feels the show is set up now after watching a pile of trash win the finale. They need to sit down with Tim Gunn and pick some new judges because they ones one there now are complete idiots.

marla on

Uli was the best! She’s designed great clothing all along, and her collection was truly beautiful. ah, well….I think she’ll go far in fashion even without winning PR

CatM on

YUK – I can’t believe I wasted an hour every week to watch Jeffrey win at the end. When did it happen that a designer doesn’t need “people skills”…Jeffrey only does well when he does what he wants. The finale only showed that he had the best network of help in place – it had nothing to do with who was the most creative designer.

Kate on

If you people have seen any high fashion shows you’d know that most of the clothes don’t go from runway right to the store. Uli created a great collection but you can’t consider her work to be art, they are just great clothes-clothes I’d love to wear. But since fashion shows are really in a sense art shows Jeffrey deserves the win because he created art. Yes, most of it does need to be modified before it could be sent to chain stores to be bought by middle America but so does 99% of the other fashion show clothes.

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