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‘Project Runway All Stars’ crowns winner


    Hawaii designer Kini Zamora was at work in his studio, The Clique, in February. He finished second in today’s Season 5 finale of “Project Runway All Stars” after completing an eight-piece clothing collection in four days.

Dom Streater was named the winner on today’s Season 5 finale of “Project Runway All Stars,” with Hawaii designer Kini Zamora finishing second after completing an eight-piece clothing collection in four days. Ken Laurence was third.

The contentious season had Zamora pitted most vocally against Boston designer Sam Donovan, who was sent home in last week’s episode. Zamora breezed through challenges that had the designers dressing children’s fiction and fairy-tale characters, creating a Baroque era-inspired design, clothing naturists most comfortable nude, and creating garments from items sourced from New York City’s emergency police, fire and ambulance crews.

Zamora won one of the most important challenges of the season, coming up with an athleisure ensemble for host Alyssa Milano’s Touch line of team sport apparel. His women’s long-sleeve dolman tops and MVP jackets can be purchased for $49.99 and $99.99, respectively, at

Zamora was initially introduced to a national audience on the original “Project Runway” season 13, where he also finished in the top three.

Watch the “Project Runway All Stars” season finale at 7 p.m. today on Lifetime.

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