Winner takes all.
The designers are getting new models: their moms!
The designers are heading to Universal Studios!
Spoiler: The fringe slayed!
Fashionistas, it's time to get on the runway.
Because beautiful comes in all sizes. With New York Fashion Week in full force, all of our favorite designers are...
Some designers are 'one trick ponies,' however many are 'one way monkeys.'
Do you wear red? White? Blue? Do you wear all three? How much is too much? Should you go for the bedazzled stars and stripes necklace? (That's a firm no in case you couldn't tell.)
I talked with Anya today about her experience on the show, and learned some interesting things (like who she thought she would hate, but turned out to be best friends with, and how long the judgings actually take).
•Seducing your favorite villian •TV shows we're excited for this fall •Would you watch 'Project Runway' without Heidi and Tim Gunn? •How to work an adorable leopard print dress •Sometimes celebs just wear awful shoes •Haven't you always wanted to make a 6 layer rainbow cake? •George Clooney doesn't like being single
So the time has finally come. After months of "making it work," (and 12 contestants who clearly couldn't) we're finally going to find out who's takin' home the big prize on Project Runway. Not gonna lie, I nearly forgot it was the big day. To say this wasn't my favorite season of the show (obvi that title goes to Christian Siriano's year) is a gross understatement.
Seeing as the Olympics are being held on my home soil, I should be paying closer attention. But last week I was distracted by my real love: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Though I'm craving spring clothes more than anything else right now, NYFW kept me on the edge of my seat as I excitedly began planning next fall's outfits.
• The Brits love Gaga, too. • Chocolate eases stress. For real! • Celebs should be grateful for Photoshop. • A sneak peak at the Project Runway NYFW show! • Could there be a Madonna fashion line in our futures? • Mena Suvari is just lookin' for attention (and it's working).
Last night I was forced to make one of the most difficult decisions of my life. Seriously, I finally understood what Sophie went through. Which would I watch: Project Runway or the Jersey Shore season finale?
This week - the first back at school for most of us - has kicked our butts. There was so much going on we nearly forgot to eat today... and eating is not something we ever forget to do around here. Especially when it comes to snacks that freshen up our faces.
We've already made our pick for this season's winner (and token ferosh gay guy, obvi), and now it's time to find out if either of them will even make it past the first auf Wiedersehen. Yes, my friends, it's finally time for Project Runway Season 7 to start!
Project Runway Season 7 kicks off tonight! Along with our usual faves - Heidi, Tim, Michael and Nina - we're getting a whole new batch of designers to cut, stitch and bitch their way to the top. But while the 16 designers are all fresh faces, I know that many of them will fill the typical roles of contestants in season's past.
The holidays are over, winter break is in full swing (or completely over, for some of us) and we no longer have to rely on "MADE" re-runs to satiate our hunger for reality TV. Lots of our favorite (read: guiltiest pleasure) shows are coming back this month.
Well, it took an entire season but after going home with the top 3 designers – Meana Irina, Giggles Hannah and Hometown Althea - I think I’m finally invested in Project Runway. Though that might have nothing to do with what the girls are actually working on and more to do with watching Tim Gunn first in a flowery apron and then trying to work that old elevator in Althea’s building.
So it's finally time for Fashion Week. Fashion Week that happened a year ago, but a big moment for those designers who made it through, nonetheless. It's been a long journey. 12 challenges and ots of lost talent along the way (we're talking mostly to you, Ra'Mon!). But after last night's episode, I can honestly say that those judges finally did some good...er...judging.
That’s it. I am d-u-n-z-o with Project Runway. DUNZO! I love me some Heidi Klum and I think Althea is fantastic, but I refuse to support a show that I just can’t connect to anymore. If you haven’t watched this week’s episode (and you still care what is happening in this snoozefest they call Season Six) I would stop reading now. Cuz I’m about to get angry.
Much like my relationship with pie (love the pie…hate the 3 hours I spend in the gym after eating it), I am experiencing a bit of a love/hate with Irina. On the one hand, she’s a Jew (and a proud one, flaunting it in all its blingin’ glory) and we Jews gotta stick together. If we don’t support our own people, who will?
• Balloon boy's parents are effed. • Take that 2008 wardrobe and make it 2009. • Octomom's got her eyes on Jon Gosselin?! • Looking for something fun and healthy? Try these activities. • Project Runway fails on Lifetime. • Check out Lady Gaga's latest.
I have to admit – it’s becoming somewhat painful to watch Project Runway this season and find things to write about. Unlike seasons past where designers say and do funny things beyond whipping up runway looks, all things more than worthy of writing about, this season is a whole lot of blah. And it’s impossible to write about blah.
After the judges decided to boot Ra’mon (the most talented designer on the show) last week, I really wanted to...
Last night's challenge was to design a costume for a Hollywood film. The designers had to choose from a few different film genres and create a character, a story and a look within that genre. Tim pulled names out of that little velour (of course he'd have velour!) bag of his, which decided what order designers could pick their genre.
This week, in light of the ever-riveting Emmys, I've decided to countdown the ten primetime ladies that I wish I could be in real life. Most of them are from currently aired shows, but of course I had to let some of my canceled favorites slip by.
I have a confession to make: I was more excited about my California Pizza Kitchen leftovers last night than I was about Project Runway. Now, I’m sure most of you are thinking to yourself, “Obvi. CPK is the bomb.com, so who wouldn’t be super excited about those?”
CollegeCandy loves lots of things, but two of our favorites? Fashion Week and terrific, creative college girls. And guess what? There's one fabulous female who brings our two favorite things together (besides peanut butter and chocolate): student and fashion designer, the lovely Su Beyazit.
Last night’s episode of Project Runway made me realize three things: 1. When models aren’t walking the runway, they have zero sense of personal style. 2. Many of the designers on this season of PR would make great designers for Delias. 3. I should have had one more drink at happy hour.
You know what they say in baseball: “Three strikes, and you’re out!” And now we know the same is true in Project Runway. But more on that later. First let's discuss Tim Gunn in flip flops and Wayfarers.
Ever since that horrible live birth video they made us watch in sex-ed in 5th grade, I’ve been disinclined to anything baby-related. Heidi Klum may look great pregnant, but there’s nothing pretty about a giant head poking out of a screaming woman’s…yeah.