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‘Project Runway’ winner, Dmitry Sholokhov, stopped by our New York office and gave us the scoop on winning project runway…twice! He also dished on which celebs he’s dying to dress, and filled us in on life post-‘Runway.’ Could he be the next E! ‘Fashion Police’ judge? Listen to his EXCLUSIVE interview below!
Dmitry Sholokhov has gone into the Project Runway hall of fame after winning both Season 10 and Season 4 of Project Runway: All Stars! Of course, winning the famed reality show has it’s perks, but what is he up to now? Get the deets below.
With only three designers left and four days to craft a collection that represents all four seasons, the pressure is on — but there can only be one winner! Who took home the prize? Read on ONLY if you want to find out!
Season four of Project Runway All Stars proved to be the best yet…after all, the talent was unprecedented — and with tough competition comes even tough challenges! The remaining three designers, Dmitry, Helen and Sonjia, are greeted by Alyssa Milano who breaks down the final competition. For the first time ever, they will have to dream up a collection that represents all four seasons — and the All Stars are only getting four days left to pull it all together. Although it seems nearly impossible, she sweetens the deal with a major budget — each designer gets $3,000 towards their collection.
We cannot wait to see what looks the top three designers will send down the runway for the finale episode of ‘Project Runway All Stars’ — especially after catching up with Dmitry, Helen and Sonjia who told us all about the drama that went down in the workroom.
This season of Project Runway All Stars was tougher than ever before with some seriously steep competition — and it all comes down to tonight’s episode, when one designer will take home the prize. Who will it be? HollywoodLife.com got to chat with Helen, Dmitry and Sonjia who filled us in on what we can expect — and Sonjia summed it up perfectly when she said: “Hands down the finale was the toughest challenge all season. Making 8 looks in four days is crazy. I still can’t believe I pulled that off. I will forever be proud of myself for it.”
The last challenge before the finale is here — and it proves to be the most suspenseful elimination yet. Who got sent home right before the final show?
This week’s episode of Project Runway All Stars had me on the edge of my seat, as the designers were treated to a viewing of the trailer of Lifetime’s Marilyn Monroe miniseries trailer before Alyssa Milano announced the competition. The designers would be tasked with creating a Marilyn-inspired gown, or a “timeless look that sparkles and shines” — and the designer’s will be given their biggest budget all season, $500, and one day to get their look together.
Swimming with sharks, nail art and a trip to the aquarium contribute to the avant-garde challenge — and the competition is tougher than ever before, as the designers send their best looks ever down the runway!
The competition begins at the Long Island Aquarium, where Alyssa Milano tells them to prepare for a voyage under the sea. Alyssa, who served as inspiration for Ariel in Disney’s The Little Mermaid, tells the designers to select their own underwater life-form for inspiration for the avant-garde challenge. It is always one of our favorites, but not all the contestants share our excitement!
With only a day to create a look and the fact that the designers had to work in pairs, tension was clearly high in the workroom — but who was in and who was out?
Another week, another major twist on Project Runway All Stars! This time the contestants won’t be designing for their models — instead they’ll be designing for regular people, (and that’s not all)! This week the show teamed up with online dating site Match.com, where the designers will be put into groups of two and tasked with crafting looks for real-life singles before their first date. Helping NY singles looking for love? Not what you would expect on the runway! Regular people, menswear, individual style — clearly there are a lot of components the designers aren’t used to and anything can happen!
Its the avant-garde challenge! The designers use insects as their inspiration for this experimental challenge. Keep reading for our recap and find out who went home!
The designers hit the ground running this week by meeting host Alyssa Milano at the American Museum of Natural History. Alyssa tells them they are going to use the museum’s new poisonous insect exhibit as inspiration for their looks. And they will use real live bugs to realize their designs. And to inspire them to go above and beyond creatively, this week is the avant-garde challenge!
The third season is off to a crazy start! Previous designers, (and THREE former winners!), compete for a grand prize worth of over $750,000! Find out what happened on the premiere and let us know what you think of the new season!
And they’re back! We first see Viktor (Season 9), Mychael ( 3), Daniel (11), Korto (5), Elena (10), Melissa (10), Christopher P. (10), and Ari (previously Andi from Season 8), in Bryant Park in NYC where the eight designers are met by the gorgeous Alyssa Milano on a beautiful day as she welcomes them to the 10-week long competition. Hmm, 10 weeks but 8 designers? The first twist to Project Runway All Stars: the eight designers will be joined in the competition by previous winners Jeffrey (3), Irina (6), and Seth Aaron (7)! We can’t wait to see how they all get along — or not!
Currently a mother-to-be herself for the second time around, co-founder of Marchesa, Georgina Chapman, dishes about her own pregnancy and gives advice to Kate Middleton on how to dress as her pregnancy progresses — she says it’s all about ’embracing’ your growing bump and staying ‘comfortable’ as your body changes!
If anyone knows how to always look stylish and chic, it’s designer Georgina Chapman, co-founder of Marchesa. When she isn’t sending ethereal frocks down the runway or watching them storm the red carpet, she’s judging Project Runway All Stars alongside designer Isaac Mizrahi, mentor Joanna Coles, and host Carolyn Murphy. We got to catch up with the multi-tasking mom, (who currently has baby number two on board!), who filled us in on what it’s really like on the second season of the fashion reality show — and she even gave us her personal take on Kate Middleton‘s Royal maternity style!
Designer & former ‘Runway’ contestant shared his hilarious take on last night’s episode — read on for all the details! It may only be the second week, but from over-the-top guests to tension in the workroom, this episode was full of drama.
The episode opens with the designers having to choose a shoe from the Nine West showroom in order to inspire a show-stopping 70’s outfit. I am very excited for this challenge, because who doesn’t love to dress a party girl? Plus getting some inspiration from a fabulous shoe should be relatively easy.
After making it so far in the season, Kara, who has been guest blogging for us, was finally sent packing — but she did fantastic throughout the show! Read Kara’s thoughts on getting sent home here.
How appropriate that the very byline of the episode was named, “Day by Day,” in tune with the musical Godspell. If I must, the challenge was about creating a garment for one of the characters. Now I would love to do a sing and dance and tell you what went down, but it’s the usual scoop: trip to Mood, sew, meltdown, sew some more, break a leg, break a needle — but I have decided this time to write about my Auf’ing. Sad to say it was my time to go.
The designer told us all about the tough competition — read on for her recap here!
Talk about the four seasons, this episode had it all! Let’s face it, you see Angela holding all these bags and you are thinking, “Amen, they are taking us from the mad house to Paris,” alas, that was not the surprise! I mean why would they want us to suffer any less than we already have? While we think the team challenge would have ruffled all our leaves, well here comes the HEAD TO HEAD Challenge!
New Yorkers would sooner give their limbs than the clothes off their backs, but that’s exactly what they did last night!
Handed with money, no time, (surprise, surprise!) and some serious chutzpah, (balls-for those that don’t know yiddish), we had to ask strangers for the clothes OFF THEIR BACKS, make them our muse and then create a fashion-forward look from this GARAGE sale — all 50% of it including fabric from MOOD, where we experience the true meaning of being friends — so cute!
Designer Kara Janx recaps last night’s episode for us, where the designers were told to design a look for supermodel Miranda Kerr in ONLY six hours! Get Kara’s first-hand, behind-the-scenes reaction!
I have sworn off gelato for life! We are asked to choose a gelato flavor, taste it, get a fabric swatch and design a garment inspired by it all in 6 HOURS! 6 hours — I could go shopping in Nieman Marcus for 6 hours and still find nothing to wear! What are there people thinking, or at the least what the HELL am I going to do with a dark chocolate swatch and a throat on fire?
Designer Kara Janx is recapping the show each week, giving us a behind-the-scenes look at what it was really like competing in front of the cameras the second time around — and on the second episode she said the whole cast dealt with a major time crunch, trying to create a couture gown in just 24 hours!
So I can tell you that watching myself panic through the entire episode 2 is not exactly a thrill, but handing us a challenge to design a couture gown in less than 24 hours is not excatly thrilling either! Having an ‘All Star’ label means, in PR terms, giving them the impossible, but in HUMAN terms, it’s like running the NYC marathon in 1 hour! I was convinced at times that they were going to feed us scorpions for lunch, just to see if we have what it takes! OH, OK back to Lincoln Center and the Opera and running around Mood Fabrics, trying to have a ‘MAKE IT WORK’ moment.
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