Since returning to Bravo last year, Project Runway has made a conscious effort to embrace inclusivity. And this season’s final fashion show reflected that mission. In the Season 18 finale which aired Mar. 12, the final four contestants — Nancy Volpe-Beringer, Sergio Guadarrama, Victoria Cocieru, and Geoffrey Mac — made their way to Spring Studios to show during New York Fashion Week. As usual, each collection reflected a personal message that resonated with the designer’s aesthetic and vision. And two contestants chose to focus on the future of design, sustainability and inclusivity in particular. Nancy Volpe-Beringer enlisted models of various sizes, gender identities, and abilities for her show, opening with a woman in a wheelchair. She explains to Bustle that inclusivity was always the plan for her final collection. After an episode earlier in the season when designers worked with models of different abilities, she approached the producers and asked if she could use the same cast for the finale. With their support, she constructed custom garments to fit these women: A crystal-embellished design that was shorter on one side to be worn by a model with a prosthetic limb, a dress...