Wendy Pepper, who was a contestant on the first season of Project Runway, died on Nov. 12th. She was 53 and the cause of death was not specified. Pepper’s real name was Anne Eustis Pepper Stewart. She made it to the finals at Fashion Week in the first season of Project Runway in 2004, ultimately placing third. Show More Summary
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Wendy Pepper, one of Project Runway’s inaugural contestants, has died. Born Anne Eustis Pepper, the fashion designer died November 12 in Washington, D.C., according to Reality Blurred. Pepper was 53. She was “surrounded by her loving family,” according to an obituary, but no cause of death was given. Pepper was ... More »
Former Project Runway finalist Wendy Pepper has died at age 53.
Wendy Pepper, who competed on the first season of Project Runway, died earlier this week. She was 53. The Washington D.C. area-based artist, whose real name was Anne Eustis Pepper...
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She will be missed… According to the Washington Post, Project Runway contestant Wendy Pepper — born Anne Eustis Pepper — passed away on Sunday November 12, 2017 "surrounded by her loving family." The designer competed on the first season of the hit reality TV competition show where she placed third, and appeared on the second season of [...]
Wendy Pepper, a memorable contestant who competed on the very first season of Project Runway, has passed away. She was 53 years old. According to The Washington Post, the reality star - whose real name was Anne Eustis Pepper Stewart...Show More Summary
The designer made her mark on the first season of the reality TV series.
Designer Wendy Pepper, best known for her time as a contestant on Project Runway, has died at the age of 53. Her obituary was published in the Washington Post today, which reports she died peacefully on November 12 surrounded by her loving family. Wendy is survived by her parents, three brothers,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Project Runway Wendy Pepper
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