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'Project Runway' Season 7 Winner Is Seth Aaron Henderson

April 23, 2010 (4:19 am) GMT
Inspired by the German and Soviet military in the '40s, Henderson impressed Heidi Klum and co. with his bold choices and attention to details.
'Project Runway' Season 7 Winner Is Seth Aaron Henderson

In the final challenge to win a $100,000 and receive the title as "" season 7 winner, Seth Aaron Henderson came out victorious. The stylist slash designer impressed the panel of judges, including guest , with his graphic design inspired by 1940s German and Soviet military.

Henderson created a line of red, yellow, black and gray high-collared dresses and separates which are accessorized with leather gloves, patterned leggings and cuffs. Michael Kors said his design was "exhilarating and powerful," while Nina Garcia said Henderson was "fearless".

"I came here to prove something to myself, and I did that. But I guess I also impressed a lot of people along the way," he said upon winning. Henderson would use the prize money for vacation with wife and their two children.

In the competition, Henderson beat Emilio Sosa's vibrant collection which he titled Color Me Bad. The contestant who won most of the challenges in the season fought back tears when the judges announced the result. Mila Hermanovski came in third place with her 1960s-inspired black and white line.

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