Last night the final four contestants of Project Runway “lucky season 13″ battled it out with runway shows at New York Fashion Week. The designers had very different design “voices,” which led to four incredibly varied final collections—boho elegant vs. street style vs. editorial vs. elevated denim. It was one of the best final shows in the show’s history, according to Heidi Klum, which made the judges’ job even harder.
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A few weeks ago I wished for a Project Runway with tweens, and then I got my wish in Project Runway: Threads. (I really should put my wishing powers to better use, but I can’t complain about getting Christian Siriano back on the small screen.)
Threads, the fourth spin-off of the franchise, is like Runway Lite. Each week, three tween aspiring designers will face off with two challenges; the first is a look that they prepared at home for immediate judging, the second is a typical “here are the rules, now go; oh, wait, there’s more” challenge. The winner takes home $25,000. READ FULL STORY
As hard as it is to get by without Heidi, Nina, and Tim, Project Runway: All Stars always helps to fill the perfectly designed hole in our hearts during breaks between Project Runway seasons. And if you’ve enjoyed the past few years of the flagship show, you’re in luck: The cast of All Stars season 4 of is heavy on designers from Runway‘s past few seasons.
The most notable designers include Chris March of season 4—recently picked by EW as the best season in Runway history—Jay Sario of season 7, and two past winners: Michelle Lesniak of season 11 and Dmitry Sholokhov of season 10. Hoping for at least one win is Kate Pankoke, who is getting her third chance to prove herself on the runway; she originally appeared in season 11, then was brought back for season 12 by a fan vote. Here are the rest of the competitors, grouped by season: READ FULL STORY
Modern Family’s Julie Bowen and Olympian Lindsey Vonn are among the guest judges who will decide who’s in and who’s out when Project Runway returns for a 13th season.
Previous contestants Ken Laurence (Season 12), Alexander Pope (Season 12), and Amanda Valentine (Season 11) will post their portfolios on Instagram to have the chance to compete against this season’s designers, who are: READ FULL STORY
Fashion junkies, get ready.
Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week, formerly known simply as New York Fashion Week, will be getting extensive cable coverage on Style Network, as well as on Style Media’s website, myStyle.com.
Kicking off Thursday, Sept. 6, the marathon programming will include an exclusive telecast of the 2012 Style Awards, specials featuring interviews with such designers as Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors, and fashion-themed episodes of Gossip Girl and Sex & the City, plus marathons of America’s Next Top Model and Project Runway.
Here’s a sample of what Style Network will have to offer during New York’s celebration of fashion next month: READ FULL STORY
SPOILER ALERT! Click below only if you want to hear from the winner of the All Stars season of Project Runway. READ FULL STORY
SPOILER ALERT! Don’t click through if the reveal of who won Lifetime’s Project Accessory will ruin your holiday season…. READ FULL STORY
Don’t they say fashion trends come in cycles? What was once out is now in: After nine seasons of sending unknown designers to Fashion Week, Project Runway is going retro and bringing back some of its most memorable (Elisa Jimenez) and talented (Mondo Guerra) contestants from seasons past for a 12-episode run. EW has learned exclusively that the 13 returning designers will strut onto Lifetime — some for the first time on that network — on Jan. 5, 2012 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. We don’t get a good look at the fashion in the sneak peek below, but it’s clear that the old contestants and the new judges will be bringing the drama: READ FULL STORY
'Project Runway' eliminated contestant: 'I felt like they were all reaching for something to say negatively'
“As you know in fashion, one day you’re in, and the next day… ” you’re talking to reporters about the utter misery of being out! Don’t click through if you don’t want a SPOILER on last night’s Project Runway, during which the contestants had to design three looks incorporating leather and suede for Heidi’s New Balance sneaker line. Season 9′s fifth eliminated contestant chats about the ins and outs after the jump. READ FULL STORY
“As you know in fashion, one day you’re in, and the next day… ” you’re talking to reporters about the utter misery of being out! Don’t click through if you don’t want a SPOILER on last night’s Project Runway, during which the contestants had to design a look for notoriously inflexible judge Nina Garcia. Season 9’s fourth eliminated contestant chats about the ins and outs after the jump. READ FULL STORY
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