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This season, as the fashion industry evolves, so does our runway with a new design aesthetic and additions to the judging panel: supermodel and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss joins as host with former Project Runway champion and celebrated CFDA fashion designer Christian Siriano as the mentor. ELLE Editor-in-Chief Nina Garcia returns as a judge, along with famed fashion designer Bra more
...ndon Maxwell, and journalist and former Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Elaine Welteroth. The new look and feel continues with 16 new designers from across the United States and abroad who will compete for the coveted spot of a lifetime, a chance to show their collection during an exclusive runway show for industry insiders and influencers, as well as win the largest cash prize in the show's history. With an all-new runway and workroom furnished with sewing and embroidery machines by Brother, a glam room for the models outfitted by TRESemmé and Maybelline, along with challenges that embrace the nuances of the fashion industry—including flash sales, fast fashion, the inclusion of plus-size models, Instagram, a special Elton John challenge inspired by Paramount Pictures' Rocketman, and so much more. The runway game changes forever beginning now.
 
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Project Runway: SEASON 17, EPISODE 14: The Final Runway | TVBuzer

Aired: June 13,2019

Three designers have fought for the chance to show their collections to the New York fashion elite and to the world. They grapple with all aspects of putting together an amazing runway, from model casting to hair and make up to deciding what outfits will give them the best chance for the win. Pressure is at an all time high when they find out the g... more

 
 
 
 
 
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Do the Final Four Second-Guess Their Collections?

Even after Corey's controversial elimination in the last episode of Project Runway, the final four is just what makes sense. Erin, Laurence, Rik and Roberi will all create a line for Fashion Week to determine who will emerge as the winner. Let's take a look at the beginning of their process in this episode, "Finale Part 1."Heidi meets the final four on the runway one last time. She tells them they have six weeks and $9,000 to make a 10-look collection. She tells them they're all talented... more

An Unconventional Challenge Mash-Up

After the previous episode's surprise double elimination, the designers on Project Runway are realizing the competition is intensifying as their numbers dwindle. But everyone left is there for a reason and they'll get another chance to prove themselves in the episode "Bold Innovation." Tim and Brian from Lexus meet the designers in a warehouse to tell them about their challenge. It's an avant-garde and an unconventional material challenge. They have to use the unconventional metal ma... more

High Fashion from a High Viewpoint

On the previous episode of Project Runway, the designers had a challenge that hit some a little too close to home when they had to design a fresh new look for a loved one. Now they're going to face a different kind of challenge; one with a whole new perspective. Let's just say that they'll have to view their inspiration from a distance. Let's see how brave they are on "Power Trip." Birdseye View The designers meet Tim for their next challenge at an unexpected p... more

 
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Project Runway: The 5 Best and Worst Looks of 'Project Runway' Season 15 News | TVBuzer

The 5 Best and Worst Looks of 'Project Runway' Season 15

Like any season of Project Runway, season 15 was filled with highs and lows. Some talented designers made it far into the competition, while everybody else got the auf wiedersehen from Heidi. Let's take a look at my five worst and best looks of the season. We'll start with the five worst looks. Worst Looks #5 Roberi ("An Unconventional Trip") ... more

Project Runway: 'Project Runway' Season 15: Breaking Down the Looks of 'Finale Part 2' News | TVBuzer

'Project Runway' Season 15: Breaking Down the Looks of 'Finale Part 2'

In episode 14 of Project Runway, the designers got to show their final collections at New York Fashion Week. Each collection had 10 looks and had to exemplify the designers' skill and aesthetic. Let's take a look at the best piece from each collection from "Finale Part 2." Fourth Place Rik I n my opinion, Rik had a strong collection... more

Project Runway: 'Project Runway' Season 15 Finale: Who's In and Who's Out ... and the Winner is... News | TVBuzer

'Project Runway' Season 15 Finale: Who's In and Who's Out ... and the Winner is...

After a harsh critique with the judges on the previous episode, the final four Project Runway designers have to kick it into high gear to finish their collections and put on a great show for New York Fashion Week. It's been a long season, but at the end of "Finale Part 2," three designers will be out, and only one will be in. Get to Re-Work Tim knows that the designers took a beating at the last judging panel. So he's giving them $500 at Mood to help them fix their collections. Back in the... more

 
 
 
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    It would sure be nice if the judges would select winners based on true design ethics not based on personal feelings. Example Brandon was declared winner, however the colored big woman designed and presented a great dress that was a design fit for royalty. Brandon does good work at times, just not this time. I can now see why clothes racks are still full due to what judges see as good design ethics. Judges need to be terminated or put on notice that crap for designs will not be tolerated any longer.

    Will say having models from a size 2 to plus size models were a great idea. How about doing a show on men's designs size 30 from short and straight to short and plus size 46 to 48. Keep in mind there are more Americans that are short and heavy than their are tall and thin.

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    It would sure be nice if the judges would select winners based on true design ethics not based on personal feelings. Example Brandon was declared winner, however the colored big woman designed and presented a great dress that was a design fit for royalty. Brandon does good work at times, just not this time. I can now see why clothes racks are still full due to what judges see as good design ethics. Judges need to be terminated or put on notice that crap for designs will not be tolerated any longer.

    Will say having models from a size 2 to plus size models were a great idea. How about doing a show on men's designs size 30 from short and straight to short and plus size 46 to 48. Keep in mind there are more Americans that are short and heavy than their are tall and thin.

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