Klum, the host of Project Runway, attended the show's finale fashion show at Skylight at Moynihan Station for Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week on Friday.
"It definitely will not be boring," Klum promised her guests, according toUSA Today.
Project Runway's six finalists presented their collections during the show, but the designer behind each line wasn't identified since the show is currently airing and just premiered August 6 on Lifetime. Klum bragged the audience was therefore going to get "a little bit more" than they thought.
The six designers "worked really hard to get here," Milano told USA Today.
"There are so many parts that go into this... There was a little bit of a drama a few days ago; everyone was trying to get everything together at the last minute," Rassi explained. "I'm just looking forward to seeing the collections now."
The first collection reportedly featured flowing chiffon in peach and mint shades with black jackets, silver beads and strappy gold sandals. The second collection had earthy tones with red bowler hats.
The third designer worked black and white ensembles, according to the newspaper, and the fourth contestant had full-figured models rocking pastels, midriff-baring designs and floral headbands.
The next round featured burgundy and teal colors with glittery flashes and models wearing chunky heels.
Project Runway's closing collection displayed a white dress with rust patches followed by tight outfits in darker colors and sky-high stilettos.