Michael Knight, followed by Jeffrey Sebelia. They've been top two on several challenges, with one edging out the other in the recycle challenge and the jetsetter challenge. They're both also capable of generating news each season, which is what fashion editors look for, and they both make fresh and edgy yet marketable clothing (maybe not Jeffrey's hooker cocktail outfit, but most of his others.) Michael wins out because he's not locked into one look, and he keeps surprising us on the runway (in a good way)
Ulli's "safe" --I think she won Nina Garcia's challenge because she had Nazri as a model and also because the other three pretty much tanked. I like her clothes, don't get me wrong, but she's not about to set the fashion world on fire any time soon.
As for Laura, I really can't understand why viewers seem to like her. Yes, she's great at construction but her designs are pretty much what you can already find at any mainstream department store.
We'll see if the judges agree tomorrow!