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Project Runway 4, Episode 13: The Prodigy vs. The Robot vs. The Mad Draper, by Betsy Wasser: It’s Fashion Week! Christian, Jillian, and Rami pull together the final details of the collection. There’s model selection, makeup, hair, ridiculously high heels, and last minute advice from Tim, but in the end, it all comes down to the 12 looks that walk down the runway.
Project Runway 14, Episode 12 Unbuttoned: No Surprises Here, by Jenn Brasler: Raise your hand if you really thought the judges were going to let Chris go to Fashion Week. Yeah, that’s what I thought.
Project Runway 4, Episode 12: Hair Shirt, by Betsy Wasser: The final four designers are hard at work designing collections. But Chris and Rami have a final hurdle. Which of them will have the strongest three looks and make it to Fashion Week?
Project Runway 4 Reunion: Trash Talking, by Betsy Wasser: The reunion episode of Project Runway never disappoints. You can count on one of the designers to get drunk and inappropriate. You can expect somebody to call somebody out for trash talking them. What will the Season 4 designers have to say to each other? Let’s find out!
Project Runway 4, Episode 11 Unbuttoned: Proud as a Peacock, by Jenn Brasler: Sweet P should be proud of herself for making it to fifth place. But she shouldn’t be proud of that supposedly peacock-inspired dress.
Project Runway 4, Episode 11: Out With a Bang, by Betsy Wasser: The designers find their inspiration on the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Naturally, Rami is drawn to the Greek sculptures. Will doing draping again spell curtains for him?
Project Runway 4, Episode 10 Unbuttoned: I Get So Emotional, Baby, by Jenn Brasler: In which Jenn identifies the designer who is most likely to take over Ricky’s vacated position as the resident Project Runway crier.
Project Runway 4, Episode 10: Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling, by Betsy Wasser: In what Chris March calls the tackiest challenge ever, the designers create new costumes for professional wrestlers, the WWE Divas. Gone is Mood, replaced with Spandex House. Can the designers keep their personal sensibilities and still create looks that work for their clients?
Project Runway 4, Episode 9 Unbuttoned: Deconstructing Christian, by Jenn Brasler: If only Christian really were a cartoon character. Maybe someone would drop an anvil on his head and put us out of our misery.
Project Runway 4, Episode 9: Blue Jean Baby, by Betsy Wasser: Last week, Jillian and Victorya got rave reviews from the judges for the fabulous coat they designed. This week, they follow that up by designing… more coats. It’s the battle of the denim jackets! All of this, plus more tears from Ricky, right here!
Project Runway 4, Episode 8 Unbuttoned – Couture Hilarity, by Jenn Brasler: This was Chris’ week to shine, but unfortunately, it was also Kit’s week to say goodbye. Why do the fun designers have to keep being eliminated?
Project Runway 4, Episode 8 – Letting Your Avant-Garde Down, by Betsy Wasser: It’s another team challenge on Project Runway. You know that’s going to mean drama! Can Victorya and Jillian finish their garment? Will Rami and Sweet P find a way to work together? And did Chris and Christian design a dress that’s so tall it can send signals to Elisa’s home planet? These questions and more will be answered right here. Let’s start the show.
Project Runway 4, Episode 7 Unbuttoned: Prom (and Drama) Queens, by Betsy Wasser: Wait a minute, Kevin was sent home this week? And Ricky is still on Project Runway after sending this thing down the runway? What’s going on? Betsy Wasser ponders these, and more questions.
Project Runway 4, Episode 7: Hide the Pig’s Blood, It’s Time For Prom, by Jenn Brasler: Fortunately, none of the designers has as bad a time as Carrie when they have to design prom dresses for some teenaged girls. Sweet P has been struggling in the most recent challenges, and she knows she needs to prove herself to the judges. Will she be this challenge’s prom queen?
Project Runway 4, Episode 6 Unbuttoned: Sugar Rush, by Jenn Brasler: Oompa loompa doopity deird
Elisa is gone ‘cause her clothes were weird
Oompa loompa doopity doll
Kevin or Rami will win this all.
Project Runway 4, Episode 6: Candy Everybody Wants, by Betsy Wasser: What’s better than Project Runway? Project Runway and chocolate, of course! The designers hit the Hershey store in Times Square to gather materials for this week’s challenge. Who will taste sweet victory?
Project Runway 4, Episode 5 Unbuttoned: Everything Old is New Again, by Jenn Brasler: This week we said a sad goodbye to Jack, but the good news was that we got to welcome Chris back. Ironically, an old designer returned during a challenge in which the designers had to take old clothes and turn them into something new. Too bad Steven and Jillian didn’t really follow the rules.
Project Runway 4, Episode 5: The Incredible Shrinking Women, by Betsy Wasser: The designers must design for everyday women, in this case for women who have recently lost a great deal of weight. But wait (weight?) – there’s more – the designers have to use the fabric from outfits the clients wore when they were heavier.
Project Runway 4, Episode 4 Unbuttoned: A Failure to Communicate, by Jenn Brasler: Two of the trios in the team challenge had trouble communicating, and they had very different methods of trying to figure out their issues. You’d think the clothes would be the biggest problem for the teams, but in fact it was just having to deal with each other.
Project Runway 4, Episode 4: When Bad Trends Happen to Good People, by Betsy Wasser: We’ve all got our share of fashion skeletons in the closet. Maybe you tight-rolled your jeans. Wore a Hypercolor t-shirt. Had giant shoulder pads in every single jacket you owned. It happens to the best of us, and we move on. But unfortunately for our intrepid designers, this week they have to incorporate several outdated trends into their designs.
Project Runway 4, Episode 3 Unbuttoned: “Do or Do Not – There Is No Try”, by Jenn Brasler: Challenging, menswear is. Learned this, the designers did. Gone, Carmen is. Many things to discuss, there are.
Project Runway 4, Episode 3 – It’s Raining Men, by Betsy Wasser: In a Project Runway first, the challenge is to design menswear. The problem is, most of the designers have little to no experience with men’s clothes. Several send unfinished garments down the runway. Read on to see who had the biggest fumble in designing for Tiki Barber.
Project Runway 4, Episode 2 Unbuttoned: Spit-Take, by Jenn Brasler: If you want clothes made out of blankets, inspired by the ‘80s, or decorated with spit, this is the place for you!
Project Runway 4, Episode 2: Spit Marked, by Betsy Wasser: It’s time for the designers to create a look for fashion icon Sarah Jessica Parker. Since it’s SJP, they have the freedom to be bold. However, they have a budget of just $15 – and they have to work in teams. Can Sweet P survive working with Elisa?
Project Runway 4, Episode 1 Unbuttoned: Thanks For the Memories, by Jenn Brasler: In a new column, Jenn takes a look at Project Runway’s designers, fashion, and, of course, drama. This week, find out why she’s glad Elisa wasn’t eliminated, who she thinks will be the season’s villain, and what she thinks of Chris’ dress.
Project Runway 4, Episode 1: Oh, Poo!, by C. Brian Devinney: Project Runway is back! Mentor Tim Gunn says that this group of designers is the most talented one yet. But in the first challenge, one of the dresses looks like poo. Will that designer survive to sew another day? And who will be the first challenge winner? Read on to see who’s in and who’s out.
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 3 - Finale Part 2, by Kevin Otten: After reviewing the criteria, the finale episodes, and YOUR input and feedback, here is the final article! Why did Jeffrey come in first, while Uli placed second? Should Kevin’s rules be re-evaluated? Regardless of the guidelines, was Jeffrey’s win fair and deserved? Read on to find out all of this and more for this season’s final article!
Project Runway 3, The Finale – Who’s In and Who’s Out Part 1, by Kevin Otten: We finally have our winner! And to the surprise of many, it ended up being Jeffrey, who teetered on the verge of disqualification in the eleventh hour. Why was Jeffrey IN, while the other three designers were OUT? Based on this outcome, the rules will have to be changed! Read the first half of a two-part article to find out why…
Project Runway 3, the Finale, Part 2: Under the Gunn , by Jenn Brasler: It’s the final episode of Season 3 of Project Runway, and there are lots of questions to be answered. Can Michael pull together what looked like a disappointing collection? Can Laura design something other than beaded cocktail dresses, or Uli something other than print halter neck dresses? Did Jeffrey cheat? And who will be the winner? Get reading!
Project Runway 3, the Finale, Part 1: I’ll Take Some Turtle Poop, by C. Brian Devinney: It’s the first part of the finale, so that means visits to the designers’ homes and the initial unveiling. Whose designs are ugly? Who gets offered turtle poop – and is it a commentary on a clothing line? And who gets accused of cheating? Find out right here!
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 3, Episode 11, by Kevin Otten: Final FOUR?! That’s right! Two weeks ago we saw another Project Runway first! What was it that made the judges pick four instead of three, eliminating no one? Was it a fair decision? The right choice? Read on to find out…
Project Runway 3 Reunion: Reunited and it Feels So… Good?, by C. Brian Devinney: Now that the final four have been decided, it’s time for the always-entertaining reunion show. How verbal are Kayne and Tim? What made Vincent throw a hissy fit? And what does Keith have to say about his ouster?
Project Runway 3, Episode 11: What the Elle?, by C Brian Devinney: The pressure is on as the final four designers face the last challenge before Fashion Week. They’re especially nervous because they know that there’s no guarantee that three of them will be moving on. Who will make it to the next level?
Project Runway 3, Episode 11: What the Elle?, by C Brian Devinney: The pressure is on as the final four designers face the last challenge before Fashion Week. They’re especially nervous because they know that there’s no guarantee that three of them will be moving on. Who will make it to the next level?
Project Runway 3, Episode 10 Runway Report Card, by Betsy Wasser: The designers had a black and white ball this week, designing cocktail dresses in those two colors. Angela and Vincent both had – and lost – second chances. How did everyone fare? Read the Runway Report Card!
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 3, Episode 10, by Kevin Otten: This week’s episode was all about addition and subtraction. Two designers were added. Three were subtracted. Fabric was added but couldn’t be subtracted. After a rough time last week, did the judges pick Laura to win out of sympathy, or was her victory deserved? Did Vincent and Angela even have a chance? Why was Kayne’s elimination so predictable?
Project Runway 3, Episode 10: It Don’t Matter If You’re Black or White , by Jenn Brasler: Not only do the designers have to design a cocktail outfit this week, but they can only use black and white fabrics. In this colorful group of people, that’s a challenge in and of itself. Laura was surprised to not be praised last week, and now her confidence is shaken. Will that spell her doom?
Project Runway 3, Episode 9 Runway Report Card, by Betsy Wasser: Designing a couture gown in just two days was a difficult challenge – a challenge, in fact, that some of the designers might not have been up to. Who did the best and worst this week?
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 3, Episode 9, by Kevin Otten: In the fashion capitol of the world, this week the designers must craft a couture garment to be displayed to guest host Catherine Malandrino as well as Klum and Co. Vincent is finally eliminated and Jeffrey now wins two challenges in a row. Vincent has been hanging by a thread for weeks, so why did he finally go? What made Jeffrey win over Uli? Read on to find out!
Project Runway 3, Episode 9: It’s Getting Haute in Here, by C. Brian Devinney: Our remaining designers are challenged to create a couture dress in three days - a design which can take teams hundreds of hours to complete! Which designers pull it off? Which are berated for creating a knockoff? And who is responsible for the mess shown at right, and are they eliminated because of it?
Project Runway 3, Episode 8 Runway Report Card , by Betsy Wasser: Welcome to Parsons Paris, designers! Did your outfits survive the trip? After a long flight, who looks fresh, who looks fierce, and who falls flat?
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 3, Episode 8, by Kevin Otten: With yet another Project Runway first, the designers had to create garments for none other than themselves! It was a close call for the winner, so why did Jeffrey come in first just ahead of Michael? What made Angela finally kick the rosette bucket?
Project Runway 3, Episode 8: Leaving on a Jet Plane , by C. Brian Devinney: In a season of Project Runway firsts, it’s time for another one: international travel! What mystery destination are the designers headed towards? What does travel have to do with their designs this week? And will Jeffrey and Angela’s rivalry flare up again?
Project Runway 3, Episode 7 Runway Report Card , by Betsy Wasser: Everything is turned upside this week as the models pick the designers, and also select the fashion icon to be revamped for the runway. Bradley waves goodbye and Michael pulls off his first win. Were the correct winner and loser selected? Read on to find out!
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 3, Episode 7, by Kevin Otten: By far this week’s challenge was one of the most interesting any of the designers have ever faced. In a shock to viewers everywhere, Vincent (!) wins and Robert loses. Kevin reserves judgment on whether or not these were the right choices until carefully reviewing each of their decisions.
Project Runway 3, Episode 7: Mommy Dearest (In More Than One Way), by C. Brian Devinney: Usually, the designers on Project Runway have toothpick-thin models. This time, it’s real people – relatives of the contestants! Which contestant makes another one’s mom cry? Does it lead to somebody being sent home? Read on to find out!
Project Runway 3, Episode 6 Runway Report Card , by Betsy Wasser: The designers had their work cut out for them this week, working not with gorgeous designer fabrics from Mood, but rather with recyclable materials. Some of the designers pulled together surprisingly pretty outfits, but others looked… well… trashy. Read on to see how your favorite designers stacked up.
Project Runway 3, Episode 6: Who’s In and Who’s Out , by Kevin Otten: As Michael becomes the first designer to win two challenges this season, Alison bids farewell, while Vincent surprisingly lives to see yet another day. What was it that made Michael win over Jeffrey, and Alison lose over her less-sane colleague? Read on to find out.
Project Runway 3, Episode 6: A Fine Line Between Innovation and Insanity , by Jenn Brasler: People seem to think that Vincent has a screw loose. They may be right. What supposedly brilliant design has he come up with this week? And will the judges find it as spectacular as he does?
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 3, Episode 5 , by Kevin Otten: Everything is turned upside this week as the models pick the designers, and also select the fashion icon to be revamped for the runway. Bradley waves goodbye and Michael pulls off his first win. Were the correct winner and loser selected? Read on to find out!
Project Runway 3, Episode 5: Worshipping Icons , by C. Brian Devinney: This week, the models take charge and choose the designers they’d most like to work with. Then, the models select a fashion icon whose look the designer has to modernize. What will happen when the kooky Angela gets the elegant Audrey Hepburn?
Cheaters Never Prosper – They Get the Boot: Project Runway 3’s Keith Michaels , by C. Brian Devinney: What is it with reality show contestants this summer? First, Gabriel Iglesias was booted from Last Comic Standing for having contraband. Now a similar situation has hit Project Runway 3, when Keith Michaels was caught with fashion books that he had to know he wasn’t supposed to have. And like Gabriel, Keith is now being inducted into the Reality TV Hall of Shame for his actions.
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 3, Episode 4, by Kevin Otten: Underdog Angela manages a surprise victory this week with teammates Laura and Michael, while Bonnie is selected over Robert for elimination. And of course, in the most-hyped episode of Project Runway ever, Keith is axed for egregiously breaking the rules. Get all the details here!
Project Runway 3, Episode 4: Rules Are Rules (or, Another Miracle on 34th Street), by C. Brian Devinney: It’s the moment we’ve been anticipating all season: for the first time in Project Runway history, someone will be asked to leave the competition. Who will it be, and why? And over on the competition side of things, will Robert, who has done so well so far, be able to succeed in another team challenge?
Project Runway 3, Episode 3: Who’s In and Who’s Out , by Kevin Otten: It was a dog-eat-dog world this week on Project Runway as guest judge Ivanka Trump helped critique designs inspired by man’s best friend. For the first time this season, one of the new rules for the designers to follow played a critical role in determining both the winner and the loser from the other members of the top and bottom three. Read on to find out who won, who lost, and most importantly, why!
Project Runway 3, Episode 3: When Fashion Goes to the Dogs , by C. Brian Devinney: As if the designers didn’t have enough problems making one outfit - this week they each have to make two, one for a human and one for a dog. Angela has somehow managed to stick around despite her lack of teamwork and questionable taste. Will this be her week to shine?
Project Runway 3, Episode 2: Who’s In and Who’s Out , by Kevin Otten: This week we saw the first team challenge, with the designers working in pairs. Pageant pro Kayne was overjoyed and pulled off a stunning victory with teammate Robert. Meanwhile, Vincent and Angela disagreed vehemently and seemed unable to work with one another. But ultimately Malan, an early favorite for many, was eliminated. Why?? Read on to find out…
Project Runway 3, Episode 2: Courting Royalty, by C. Brian Devinney: Miss USA, Tara Conner, drops by so the designers can work in teams and make her a dress for the Miss Universe pageant. Will Kayne the pageant-dress designer prove himself? Will Malan’s gown-designing experience help him? And will Vincent and Angela survive their partnership?
Project Runway 3, Episode 1: Who’s In and Who’s Out, by Kevin Otten: As has been the case in seasons 1 and 2, the first challenge was about innovation. Rather than using items from a supermarket or the clothes off their backs, this time the designers had to use materials from their Atlas apartments. Keith made the cut, but Stacey did not. Read on to find out why!
Project Runway 3, Episode 1: The Runway Meets Maria von Trapp , by C. Brian Devinney: The first challenge of the new season of Project Runway has the 15 new designers tearing apart their apartments to make dresses. Who gets his pillow stolen? Who makes an entire dress out of coffee filters? And who is responsible for this “hat”?
Project Runway 3: What’s In and What’s Out, by Kevin Otten: To the surprise of fans everywhere, the new season of Project Runway will be premiering this summer in a matter of days. Which of the new designer hopefuls will have what it takes to make it to the end? The ones who follow the newly updated fashion tips for what’s IN and what’s OUT! Read on to find out more…
Project Runway 2: An Interview with Fashion Favorite Nick Verreos, by Sandy McFarland: Nick Verreos was, as the title suggests, a star of Project Runway 2. Though he didn't win, he captured the hearts of many viewers. Join Sandy as Nick dishes about his time on the show, which celebrities he's working with, and what he'll be doing in the future.
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Season Finale , by Kevin Otten: The end of Project Runway has come and gone, and the winner is Chloe! What made her stand out in the eyes of the judges? Why did Daniel, who won so many challenges, not win? Did Santino ever even have a chance? Read on to find out…
Project Runway 2 Finale, Part 2: And the Winner Is... , by Sandy McFarland: We’re down to the final three: Chloe, Daniel, and Santino. It's time for Fashion Week. All the designs are in, and there's only one thing between the designers and a victory - one final runway. Who will win? Find out inside!
Project Runway’s Fashion Week: A Sneak Peek and Critique of the Collections, by Sandy McFarland, with Lisa, Heather, Nanci, and Hank : Project Runway 2 is almost at its end, but before we got to that stage, the final three designers (plus one decoy) showed their collections at Fashion Week. Sandy and some friends took a sneak peek – and tell you what they think about all the designs.
Project Runway 2 Finale, Part 1: Unlucky 13, by Sandy McFarland: We’re down to the final three: Chloe, Daniel, and Santino. Who’s ready for Fashion Week? Who might be reading this right now? And who will each designer pick to help create one final look?
Project Jay - A Documentary: His Life After Project Runway, by Sandy McFarland: “One day I was nothing and I was thrown into this fashion pressure cooker reality TV world. Everything was on top of you. It was like here is the mission on hand…the only mission. All you thought about was making a stupid dress.” Thus says Jay McCarroll, explaining what life was like during his Project Runway stint. Sandy takes us inside this Bravo special.
Project Runway 2, Episode 12: The Reunion Show, by Sandy McFarland: Heidi, Tim, and the remaining and eliminated designers are back together to talk about their experiences on the show and who they think will win it all. Who’s drunk? Who’s rude? Who’s the most quotable? Find out inside.
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 11, by Kevin Otten: We have reached the end – the final three have been chosen. Among Kara, Daniel, Chloe, and Santino, one was the winner, three went on to fashion week, and one was out. Were the right choices made by the judges? Read on to find out!
Project Runway 2, Episode 11: And Then There Were Three , by Sandy McFarland: It’s down to two men and two women on Project Runway 2. This week the designers will provide a sneak preview of their Fashion Week collection. Who will be dismissed? And which three designers will compete for the big prize? Sandy’s on the story.
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 10, by Kevin Otten: Chloe was the big winner this week, but all of the focus seems to be on Santino and Nick. Which one should have been eliminated? Kevin has the definitive view.
Project Runway 2, Episode 10: Project Runway Meets The Swan, by Sandy McFarland: Tonight on Project Runway 2, the designers give each other a head-to-toe makeover. Who wants to design their own new look? Which designer has a potty mouth? And who will join Daniel in the final four? Read on to find out!
Who’s IN and Who’s OUT: Project Runway 2, Episode 9, by Kevin Otten: After this week’s garden dress challenge, Daniel Vosovic now has a total of four wins. He is fast becoming the Kara Saun of the second season! Andrae, on the other hand, who was teamed up with Daniel on two of those victories, just didn’t muster up enough flower power to make it through to the final five. Read on to find out why Daniel now has a guaranteed spot in the final four, and why Andrae’s outfit was referred to as a doormat!
Project Runway 2, Episode 9: What Happened To The Flowers?, by Sandy McFarland: Tonight’s episode of Project Runway could be called Project Botany. It’s all about designing a Garden Dress for a Garden Party. Who wilts under the pressure of designing with plants and flowers? Whose petals come together just right? And what special bonus awaits this week’s winner? Sandy is here to bring us all the details.
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 8, by Kevin Otten: As Heidi Klum notes each week, one day you’re in, and the next day you’re out… which is exactly what happened to Zulema this week! Did her controversial walk-off have anything to do with her elimination? And what about Daniel Vosovic, who pulled off his third victory – why did he win instead of close runner-up Andrae? Read on to find out…
Project Runway 2, Episode 8: Here Comes Da Ja… Ja… Jay Judge, by Sandy McFarland: Drama! Creativity! Inspiration! And photographs? Get it all right here in the latest episode of Project Runway! Who spends a lot of time pouting? Whose design leaves much to be desired? And who is out? Sandy is here to bring us all the details.
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 7, by Kevin Otten: The remaining seven designers had their technical abilities stretched to the limit this week. Designing an outfit for Olympic figure skater Sasha Cohen proved to be a difficult feat, but Zulema rose to the occasion. Yet again Santino narrowly escaped elimination, unlike Emmett who was eliminated. Read on to find out more!
Project Runway 2, Episode 7: Give Me A Wild Turkey on Ice, by Sandy McFarland: Olympic figure skater Sasha Cohen twirls in this week as the designers are tasked to create a new skating outfit for her. Delightfully, the designers must do so while wearing skating costumes themselves. Will menswear creator Emmett be able to make something girly? Is Kara’s costume stuck in the wrong decade? And has Santino completely lost his mind this time?
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 6, by Kevin Otten: Everything in this week’s episode came in twos: a two-part challenge (designing an outfit for Banana Republic, then also designing a window display), a two-part theme (day to night), and of course, two winners and two losers. With no team leaders, each partnership had to work as equals to make the best window display, as determined by votes of the general public outside a Banana Republic store. Daniel and Andrae pulled off another team win, and overly-conceptual Diana and copycat Marla were finally eliminated.
Project Runway 2, Episode 6: All Day And All Of The Night , by Sandy McFarland: This week the designers have to work in pairs to design a Banana Republic dress that can be worn from day to night. This means cooperating on designs, fabric, models, and egos. Will Santino and Nick kill each other? Will Marla and Diana figure out how to be creative? Will Zulema and Kara even finish the challenge?
Project Jay – The Premiere, Finally!, by Sandy McFarland: Jay McCarroll, the winner of the first season of Project Runway, now has his own TV special! Sandy gives us the scoop on when it will finally air, what it will be about, and whether this will be the last we see of Jay.
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 5, by Kevin Otten: Nicky Hilton was this week’s special guest, as the designers were challenged to create a party dress for her. Guadalupe didn’t seem to grasp the sort of clothing Nicky would wear. Does that mean she deserved to be out?
Project Runway 2, Episode 5: We’re Having A Party!, by Sandy McFarland: The designers get some inspiration from Nicky Hilton when they’re tasked to make her a new dress. Unfortunately for Marla, she may have gotten a little too much inspiration from Nicky’s dossier. Will Nick and Santino’s rivalry do one of them in?
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 4, by Kevin Otten: Moving from Barbie to the bedroom, this week the designers were challenged to work in groups to create a line of lingerie. Daniel V. reigned victorious but his fellow Daniel, Franco was out. Did the judges make the right decision?
Project Runway 2, Episode 4: Lederhosen and Lace, by Sandy McFarland: Instead of an individual challenge, this week the designers choose teams and design lingerie together. Personalities clash and no one is safe. Will the seldom-seen Daniel V. make an impression on the runway? Will Kara and Chloe kill Daniel F.? Will Santino and Emmett come to blows? Read on to find out!
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 3, by Kevin Otten: This week, the designers were informed that they would be designing for a famous fashion icon. Little did they know that person would be mere inches tall: Barbie. While Kara obsessed over a hat and Marla fumbled through her technical ineptitude, Nick pulled off a win. And poor Raymundo was sent packing. Read on to find out why!
Project Runway 2, Episode 3: Barbie Hits the Runway, by Sandy McFarland: This week the designers have to design clothes for a fashion icon – Barbie. Does Raymundo know what kind of style little girls like? Will Marla’s self-doubt get the better of her? And the question on everyone’s mind – will Andrae cry again?
Who’s In and Who’s Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 2, by Kevin Otten: After being escorted to a glamorous party to get to know one another, the designers were told for their first official challenge that their only supplies could be the clothes off their backs. With only one day and a random collection of jackets, jeans, skirts, and scarves, the designers got to work. Chloe was IN, and Kirstin was OUT. But why?
Who's In and Who's Out: Project Runway 2, Episode 1, by Kevin Otten: Each designer had to work with $20 and six square feet of muslin to create a garment which represented them as a designer. From magnets, to shoulder pads, to ribbons, a wide array designs expressed each designer. But what made Santino stand out as the winner, and Heidi and John as the losers?
What’s In and what’s Out: Important Lessons for ‘Project Runway’ Designers, by Kevin Otten: Designers competing in the second season of Project Runway should have learned a few things from those who blazed a trail in the first season. What should they be doing to move themselves towards a win? What actions are in? Which ones are definitely out?
Project Runway 2, Episode 2: You Are What You Wear , by Sandy McFarland: This week, the designers literally have to use the clothes off their backs as material for their latest creation. Who doesn't use their time wisely? Who doesn't provide enough "trunk space" for their model? Whose refusal to use part of their wardrobe puts them in danger? Sandy has the details!
Project Runway 2, Episode 1: Who Are You?, by Sandy McFarland: After months of waiting, Project Runway is back! Sixteen hopeful designers once again join Heidi Klum in the quest for the chance of a lifetime. But wait - there are only fourteen stations! Two of our fourteen won't even make it to the finals! Meet the contestants and enjoy the first challenge, inside!
Project Runway 2 – Is Project Runway A Knock-Off? Plus, More Designer and Model Info, by Sandy McFarland: Sandy has dug up some more information on the new season of Project Runway, including news on the designers and models. She’s also discovered a new scandal – is the show a knock-off? Find out inside.
Project Runway 2 – The Premiere, the Designers, and the Scoops, by Sandy McFarland: Project Runway 2 is coming soon to a TV set near you. What can you expect from the designers? Sandy has put on her sleuthing hat and dug up quite a bit on the newest set of designers. Find out all about them inside!
Project Runway Tidbits, Gossip, and News , by Sandy McFarland: Don't cry! Project Runway 2 debuts in December, but there's plenty of news right now! What are the season one contestants up to? What familiar face will we see in the second season? And what's this about an Emmy?
Project Runway: Lay Off of Wendy Pepper, by Phil Kural: If you watched Project Runway, you are familiar with the Wendy Pepper, mom from the suburbs. Wendy went through probably the biggest transformation over the course of the show. Phil has never been the biggest Wendy fan, but someone has to come to her defense!
Project Runway, Episode 11: Grand Finale – And the Winner Is!, by Sandy McFarland: It’s finally time to find out who won Project Runway. But first, there is an all-out catfight, and one of the designers is accused of breaking the rules! Who wins it all in the end? Read on to find out!
Project Runway, A Special Episode 10: The Designers Return, by Sandy McFarland: It's a Very Special Episode of Project Runway, as all twelve designers return to face questions from viewers, the judges, and each other. How will the designers respond to Wendy? How will Austin respond to his tribute? And who does everyone think will win?
Project Runway, Episode 9: The Final Runway, by Sandy McFarland: It's the final runway challenge for the designers, and it's a doozy! Their task is to design a dress for Access Hollywood host Nancy O'Dell to wear at the Grammys! Will Austin's "couture" design make the cut?
Project Runway: Episode 8 - You've Got Mail, by Sandy McFarland: The designers are challenged to put their own personal stamp on uniforms for the United States Postal Service. Wendy’s design focuses on practicality over design. Will it be too dowdy?
Project Runway, Episode 7: Guess Whose Design Looks Like Cat Vomit?, by Sandy McFarland: It’s back to the future as the six remaining contestants need to convert old clothes to futuristic designs that all have the same flavor. Whose piece spits up on the runway? Does it get them eliminated?
Project Runway, Episode 6: Splish, Splash, by Sandy McFarland: In this episode, the designers try to make a splash not only by designing swimwear, but by impressing the New York Post’s gossip columnist. Did Kevin make a big mistake by choosing the wild Morgan as his model?
Project Runway, Episode 5: Wedding Stress, by Sandy McFarland: The designers have to create a wedding dress, but there's a twist! The designs must be according to the models' wishes, yet still show the personality of the designers. Tough? You bet! The details are inside!
Project Runway, Episode 4: Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, by Sandy McFarland: In the fourth episode of Project Runway, the designers have to do something that the average reality TV contestants don’t do very well: they have to cooperate. It’s a flurry of backstabbing, screaming, and crying not to be missed.
Project Runway Episode 3: Banana Republicans, by Sandy McFarland: The designers are charged with designing a holiday dress for Banana Republic. Will Robert’s “ice-caps meets safari” dress make the cut?
Project Runway, Episode 2: Green with Envy, by Sandy McFarland: This week, the designers are charged with taking a bolt of plain white cotton and transforming it into a design representing “ENVY.” Will the other designers envy Starr’s cancer-inspired dress?
Project Runway, Episode 1: Supermarket Sweep, by Sandy McFarland: The designers are challenged to come up with an innovative design for an evening dress. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? Well, the designers learn that it’s not so easy when they’re charged with buying all of their materials for fifty bucks at a grocery store.