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Would You Have Chosen To Do an Edible Garment on Project Runway?

Last night's Project Runway brought the much-dreaded unusual-material challenge. The designers found themselves at the Hershey's store in Times Square scooping up Reese's candies, Hershey Kiss pillows, and whatever else they could get their hands on in the five-minute grab session. All of the designers, save one, ended up using candy wrappers, paper, or pillow fabric to fashion their garments: Chris warned about the dangers of working with food. Jillian was the lone ranger, daring to use Twizzler's to embellish her design and catch guest judge Zac Posen's eye. Her decision gave her a lot of trouble, but worked out in the end — would you have risked it like she did, for extra brownie points?

And, while we're on the subject, could you have really seen Chris's outfit "shot for the pages of Elle," as Nina said? For a full run down of the "Eye Candy" episode, be sure to check out what Buzz has to say.

Pictures courtesy of Bravo.

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