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In episode 9 of Project Runway, the designers had to embody a style persona from JustFab to create a marketable look to be mass produced and sold online. The designers only had $100 to work with, so their looks could be available to the average consumer, but they still had to aim for high fashion. Show More Summary
Chicago designer Laurie Underwood was eliminated from "Project Runway" in Thursday's episode despite receiving some praise from the judges for her partially sheer design. The seven designers were tasked with creating an outfit that could be reproduced and easily sold on justfab.com. Underwood,...
Plus, "Quantico" introduces a second gay character, USA closes "Graceland" and why "Project Runway" left Parsons.
by Andy Dehnart, reality blurred Since 2004, Project Runway‘s home and filming location has been the Parsons School of Design in New York City. It’s where the workroom and the runway were located, and it was a five-minutes, 0.2 mile walk from Mood. Parsons also gave us Tim Gunn, who taught there and was supposed to just be an off-camera […] keep reading »
I think it’s safe to say that Tim Gunn and ‘Vogue’ editor-in-chief Anna Wintour are NOT friends or even on friendly terms. The ‘Project Runway’ mentor hasn’t been shy about his thoughts on Anna as a person, and his thoughts aren’t exactly complimentary. RELATED: Here’s Tim Gunn with our Celebrity Quote of the Day. When […]
On episode eight of Project Runway, the designers were treated to an evening off to watch the Broadway production of Finding Neverland. They had to use the play as an inspiration for their next look, with free rein to let their imaginations run wild. Show More Summary
The designers are dwindling as we motor through Season 14 of Project Runway. We've had one designer quit and Tim Gunn still has yet to use his one save. Now the designers have to challenge their inner stars for a Broadway challenge.
Post by Kelly Bryant. As Heidi Klum reminds us each season on Project Runway, in fashion you're either in or you're out. Unfortunately the supermodel and TV host found herself in the latter category when she took to the Emmys red carpet...Show More Summary
One day you're in, the next day you're out. Heidi Klum took a fashion risk at the Emmys red carpet on Sunday… and it certainly did not pay off. The Project Runway star wore a canary yellow Versace gown to the awards show, and it may just have made her the worst dressed of the entire event! The [...]
Thursday night's cable ratings.
In episode seven of Project Runway, the designers were faced with yet another unconventional materials challenge where they had to transform yesterday?s technology to fashion for today. After Jake left the competition for personal reasons, the remaining nine designers dove in dumpsters to find the materials for their looks. Show More Summary
We've already had one unconventional material challenge this season on Project Runway, where the designers had to turn Hallmark cards into runway looks. In this episode, we're being treated to yet another unconventional challenge, but this time it seems to be a little more environmentally friendly.
Michael Kors' best fashion reads from the first 10 seasons of "Project Runway."
Anyone who has watched Bravo knows Mondo Guerra, the quirky fashion designer who won Project Runway All-Stars, came out as poz, and became the activist we all needed. read more
Post by Wendy Robinson. Can we get a "Hallelujah"? After 14 seasons, a designer on the hit reality show Project Runway has finally done something truly fashion forward: designing a whole line for plus-sized customers! And not only did they design the line, they got to show it during New York Fashion Week, another major first. Show More Summary
Project Runway has had 14 seasons of contestants show at New York Fashion Week and, for the first time, one designer showcased a completely plus-size collection — something that has never been attempted on Project Runway or at a major...Show More Summary
Celeb: Fashion designer Mondo Guerra, “Project Runway” season 8 runner-up (conventional reality show wisdom says he was robbed), who publicly revealed his HIV positive status for the first time on the competition show. Cause: HIV and Aids awareness and outreach at the 2015 U.S. Conference on AIDS. Scene: Known for his love of bright colors, bold prints and big […]
Brooks Brothers, the venerable American clothing brand, is getting a makeover this spring by none other than Zac Posen, "Project Runway" judge and red carpet fave, who has dressed a constellation of stars including Glenn Close, Reese Witherspoon, Naomi Watts and Beyonce.