Project Runway – ‘Surf Challenge’ – Third time’s the charm! Team Leader Mitchell Hall Finally Strikes Out; Stunned Teammate Ra’mon Coleman Takes Prize

September 4, 2009 at 2:25 pm Leave a comment

The winning & losing teams were one in the same this week on Project Runway.

Underdog and veteran bottom-two designer Mitchell Hall was appointed as a team leader for the surf-inspired challenge, where each team of two must design & create a look inspired by surf culture, as well as a surprise avant garde look . Hall selected solid contender Ra’mon Coleman as his teammate saying, “I wanted someone who could carry me in this challenge.”

And carry him Ra’mon did.

Out of the two looks the pair showcased on the runway, everything but the bathing suit that one model wore underneath her dress was designed and constructed by Coleman.

But Coleman’s frustration was not for naught, as the panel (including guest judge, actress Rachel Bilson) recognized his efforts by awarding him the prize–and immunity–for this challenge.

Hall was finally sent packing, saying with a lukewarm grin, “I leave with a smile on my face.”

ramon surframon avant garde


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