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Project Runway Review: Tobago Love

Posted by on Oct 29, 2011 in feature overlay, Television | 2 comments

On Thursday night, this season of Project Runway culminated in a rare look as fans and fashionistas alike got at the skill, the soul, and meltdown of the designer who will potentially be designing their closets.

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Project Runway Review: The Finale Part One

Posted by on Oct 23, 2011 in Television | 0 comments

For the Project Runway finale, all four designers will design a collection, but only three will attend Mercedes Fashion Week.

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Project Runway Review: The Week Before THE Week

Posted by on Oct 14, 2011 in feature overlay, Television | 2 comments

Going into the final challenge of the competition, all of the final Project Runway designers Kimberly, Laura, Anya, Viktor, and Joshua have won at least one challenge this season, except for Laura. For the final challenge, the designers got the opportunity to get out of the city by ferry and head to their inspiration for their next challenge Governors Island to meet Tim Gunn and Leslie Cunch, the president of The Trust for Governors Island, and John Stern, president of Storm King Art Center. The final challenge: to create three looks which demonstrate a range – not just three pant suits or three gowns. With an hour to explore the island and sketch, a golf cart in which to get around, and a camera to record their experience, the designers were off.

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Project Runway Review: This is for the Birds

Posted by on Oct 8, 2011 in feature overlay, Television | 0 comments

The six remaining designers arrived in the design room to Tim Gunn, L’Oreal Paris Consulting Make-up Artist Collier Strong, and four wild birds that were to serve as the inspiration for the designers’ creation of a high fashion look.

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Project Runway Review: When the Funk Hits the Fabric

Posted by on Oct 2, 2011 in Feature, Television | 4 comments

If any decade stands out in the minds of popular fashion, it is the ’70s with its tie-dye shirts, wide-legged pants, fly collars, maxi dresses, and contrasting prints that have given way to what is now referred to as the “Bohemian look.” On this week’s Project Runway, the designer Heather Archibald, Piperlime.com Head Apparel Buyer, joined Tim Gunn in the work room to present the designers with the challenge of channeling the euphoric fabrics and elements of the ‘70s to create sophisticated ‘70s fashions for Piperlime.com shoppers.

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