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As promised, I’m presenting a final collection of twelve looks to meet Lifetime’s Project Runway challenge. But first, a look back at my designs for Season 11. Now: the Summer Fun Fall Collection: Black and White and Red All Over, … Continue reading
On the most recent episode of Lifetime’s Project Runway, the remaining four designers were sent home with $10,000 each; they were to put together their final collections to show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week and also would be hosting Tim … Continue reading
On the most recent episode of Lifetime’s Project Runway, four of the designers and their sewing assistants (previously eliminated designers) were sent to different European cities: Paris, Berlin, London, and Barcelona, where they were to be inspired in some way … Continue reading
“When I say ‘crimson,’ you say ‘BLOOD!’” Alabama Crimson Tide fans know the cheer I’m paraphrasing. And Bella knows when you’re caught in the middle between a shapeshifter and a vampire, CHEER! Prompt from FMS Photo A Day.
On the most recent episode of Lifetime’s Project Runway, the designers were invited to go to the Hearst Corporation building in NYC to hear about their challenge from Tim Gunn and Marie Claire editor Nina Garcia. Nina asked them to … Continue reading
Smart people will answer dawn or dusk. But people who know me will assure me that there must be SOMETHING. All I know is that for now, no more books and movies for people to mock, and reportedly these are … Continue reading
On the most recent episode of Lifetime’s Project Runway, the designers went to the Guggenheim Museum. Using the museum and its art for inspiration, each team of two designers was responsible for creating two wearable art looks: one avant-garde and … Continue reading