They were told to walk to 142 West 31st Street in Manhattan.

The designers were asked to make an outfit for a drag queen.

Chris March of Season 4 made a guest appearance to deliver the challenge.

Jerell Scott and Kenley Collins later appeared in Project Runway: All Stars in 2012, with Jerell coming 5th, and Kenley 4th.

Stephen "Suede" Baum, in the same year, competed in the second season of the All Stars edition placing 11th out of 13.

The four groups and their assigned stopovers are as follows: The designers were brought to the Armory Track and Field Training Center by their mentor, Tim Gunn, and were introduced to U. They were given 30 minutes to sketch and draw inspiration from the National Track and Field Museum, after which they were given $150 and one day to complete their designs.

Working in teams of two, designers were asked to make an outfit that could transition from day to night for Brooke Shields's character Wendy Healy on the television show Lipstick Jungle.

Repeating the first challenge on Season 1 of Project Runway, the designers were asked to create a look using only materials purchased from a Gristedes grocery store.

The designers were given 30 minutes and to shop for items, and then one day to complete the outfit.

The designers' models were not used in this challenge.