While Lifetime is in peril with some of its other kid-centered shows, the network is going in a different direction with the popular Project Runway franchise! The network just announced filming for Project Runway Junior. Featuring competitors...Show More Summary
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Lifetime will debut Project Runway Junior this fall, a spinoff of of the network’s popular reality show, Project Runway. The show will feature teenage contestants who will design clothing in a series of challenges, competing against their castmates to win a grand prize. Show More Summary
This summer, New York City will flood with the tears of overworked teens when Lifetime begins filming Project Runway Junior, a spinoff of Project Runway hosted by Tim Gunn and Sports Illustrated model Hannah Davis. Read more...
Project Runway is getting another spinoff.
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Lifetime is launching yet another Project Runway spin-off. The new series, Project Runway Junior, will kick off production this summer in New York and will feature teen designers from ages 14 to 17.
Brace yourselves for kiddie couture! Lifetime has greenlit a kid's version of Project Runway, called Project Runway Junior, according to Deadline. It's set to premiere this fall, presumably after the end of Season 14 of regular Runway, which premieres August 6. Show More Summary
The flagship series will also return for its 14th season on August 6. read more
Lifetime is aiming for the younger set and hoping to build on the success of other kids’ competition shows with Project Runway Junior, a new series showcasing designers ages 14 to 17. It’s slated to premiere this fall. The network also renewed Project Runway All Stars for debut in early 2016. Show More Summary
Lifetime has renewed fashion competition Project Runway: All Stars for a fifth season
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Ingrid Nilsen has revealed she is gay.
Ingrid Nilsen has come out as gay. The YouTube star and Project Runway Threads Judge judge opened up to followers in an emotional video yesterday, breaking down in tears soon after her admission and telling the world: “It feels so good...Show More Summary
Ingrid Nilsen has come out as gay in an emotional YouTube video. The YouTube star and judge of Lifetime’s Project Runway: Threads came out to her 3.3 million YouTube subscribers on Tuesday, revealing to them that she is gay, Business Insider reports. Show More Summary
YouTube star and judge of Lifetime's "Project Runway: Threads" Ingrid Nilsen came out of the closet on Tuesday. "There's something that I want you to know," Nilsen, 26, said on YouTube. "And that something is I'm gay. It feels so good...Show More Summary
Get your wallets ready, Christian Siriano lovers. There's a major new collaboration headed our way. Lane Bryant announced Thursday that the "Project Runway" alum will create a limited-edition line for its next designer collaboration,...Show More Summary
With a judging panel that includes the designers Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Jacobs, Raf Simons, Nicholas Ghesquière, the LVMH Prize is like the turbocharged version of "Project Runway." Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida, the designers behind...Show More Summary
She loves a good publicity opportunity and last night (May 21) Heidi Klum stepped out at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Clad in a striking cream minidress, the “Project Runway” stunner was in the house for an appearance on “Late...Show More Summary