This week the designers get to roll the dice — but not everyone’s “Fashion Gamble” totally paid off!
Even after a trip to London and a chance to design to royalty, the Project Runway All Stars contestants were met with yet another surprise — a fashion gamble! The runway was turned into a gambling table, as the designers get the chance to roll the dice to find out what fabric they’ll be using — and for what event they’re designing for. With a $150 budget and one day in the workroom, everything got even more interesting once they rolled the dice.
Attention ‘All Stars’: London is calling you! This week, the designers were given tickets and were sent across the pond to draw inspiration for the outerwear challenge. Not only was there a change of location, but once they landed they were in for big surprises!
This week host Alyssa Milano gave the designers a clip of the upcoming Paddington movie. The movie was inspired by the beloved children’s book about a bear who travels around London, England. Much to the designers surprise, they were told that they would be arriving at Paddington station in London, where a special guest would be giving them details of the challenge — how cool is that?
From past relationships to the present day, the designers this week needed to dig deep into their personal lives to create dresses that left their hearts on their sleeves…and on the runway! Some gave it their all while others fell short of this emotional task — and a familiar face was back to judge the designers!
Another week, another difficult challenge to get the designers on Project Runway All Stars to step out of their comfort zones. Nina Garcia, the creative director for Marie Claire and past judge of Project Runway, made an appearance this week to help give the designers the challenge. With big incentives in store for the winner this week, the challenge was to create a colorful party dress for a celebration that had to include their own journey of love — and it needed to include elements of the past, present, and future.
From the runway to the Great White Way! This week the designers faced off in teams of two, creating looks for the Good Witch and Bad witch from ‘Wicked’ — but not everyone had the judges singing praises!
Another week, another major surprise on Project Runway All Stars! Not only were the designers taken away from the work room on a field trip to Broadway, but they got to really go all out create gorgeous gowns, inspired by the two main female characters in Wicked — but like every runway challenge, there’s a twist! Who could pull off crafting a couture creation inspired by the musical?
The designers are tasked with creating couture looks that are based off of the Good Witch and the Bad Witch from the hit Broadway show ‘Wicked,’ however, some designers do not receive the praise they think they deserve for their designs. Check out this EXCLUSIVE clip!
No one is safe in the work room when mentor Zanna Roberts Rossi walks in. Who designed a Wicked look? Find out in this EXCLUSIVE clip!
It was another cutthroat week for the ‘All Stars’ designers. After being given the dreaded ‘Unconventional Challenge’ the designers worked quickly to put together pieces that would wow the judges, however, two people seemed to have the same idea — which, of course, caused some drama! Which two designers were making passive aggressive remarks in the workroom? Find out here!
For the second week in the competition, the designers met with host Alyssa Milano at the Skylight at Maynihan Station in NYC were they were given the ‘Unconventional Challenge.’ Every season this challenge give the designers an opportunity to turn simple materials into something extraordinary. While some designers received huge praise on the runway, others did not live up to their ‘All Star’ potential and were sent home.
If you though the drama on ‘Project Runway’ was high last season, you are in for a real treat during this season of ‘Project Runway All Stars.’ All of your favorite designers are back for another chance at the ‘Runway’ title while also getting their digs in whenever they can. So, which designers returned to the runway?
This season of Project Runway All Stars was dubbed “The Hunger Games Of Fashion,” according to season 12 runner-up Alexandria, (who was the first designer to arrive at New York City’s Grand Central station). There she met up with other designers from past seasons — and lets just say some welcomes were warmer than others. Once all the designers arrived, host Alyssa Milano met up with them to tell them about what their first challenge would be.
You thought the competition on ‘Project Runway’ was tough? That’s nothing compared to the talent the 14 All Stars designers possess — and HollywoodLife has an EXCLUSIVE sneak peek of the premiere episode! Trust us, it is more hysterical than ever before! WATCH the clip here.
Experiencing any Project Runway withdrawal? Don’t fret! Project Runway All Stars season four premieres on Lifetime at 9 on Oct. 30 and it promises to serve up jaw-dropping designs, drama and commentary — and we can’t wait! Get your popcorn ready and WATCH our exclusive clip below if you want to gear up for the show.
It is the moment we have all been waiting for all season — the final runway show! Which designers brought their A game for their final walk and which one’s missed the mark? More importantly, who won the entire competition? WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!
When we last saw the designers they had just received their final critiques from the judges. While Char, Amanda and Sean only had a few notes from the judges, Kini was told to scrap his entire collection and start over. It was only two days until the final runway show and Kini was starting to panic! Was he able to do an overhaul with his collection and create a brand new collection in that amount of time? More importantly, was there enough time to WOW the judges? Read on — but only if you’re ready to find out who took home the big prize and was crowned the winner of Season 13!
The day the designers have all been dreaming of is almost here — and this week they were whisked away to Rome for some extra inspiration before the real work began. In the world of ‘Project Runway’ anything can change, especially this late in the game — and for one front runner their dreams of winning this competition begin to slip away from them. Who could it be?
This week the designers met Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum on the runway where they were once again congratulated on making it to New York Fashion Week — however, they aren’t quite there yet. The designers still had five weeks til their big moment — and they were greeted with quite the surprise when they were told that they were going to be sent to Rome for some extra inspiration to create their collection. Their last challenge was to create a 10-piece collection inspired by the ancient city of Rome. The designers packed their bags for their three-day mini vacation and were officially on their way to the final stages of the competition.
Fashion week is so close that the final five designers can taste it! With a chance to show off their designs at Lincoln Center, the designers took to the streets of New York City to get inspiration for their street chic looks — and they were also met with a surprise!
What would it be like to have Tim Gunn be your own personal alarm clock on Project Runway? Just ask the final five designers when they were woken up by Tim and told to meet him on the roof of their building in 10 minutes. Somehow in those 10 minutes, the designers were camera-ready — and even more ready to receive their next challenge. Tim explained to the designers that they were to go out into the streets of New York and look for inspiration to create a street-chic look. This is their last challenge before fashion week, so the designers were told to pull out all the stops!
Just when you think you know who the front-runners are in this competition, that’s when things really change! As the designers have to work together the pressure is on, with the thought of staying in the game slipping away for some — the steaks are high and the DRAMA is at a whole new level.
An early morning for the designers started with a Samsung tablet that held a video from the one and only Heidi Klum. Heidi explained to the designers, via video, that they were to meet Tim Gunn at the Brooklyn Navy Yard to learn what their challenge would be. Right away the designers began to speculate what they could be walking into while ultimately discussing just how close they all are to getting to Fashion Week.
What would you do if one of the ‘Project Runway’ designers approached you in a park and asked you to be a model for one of their designs? Would you say yes or be hesitant? In this week’s challenge, the designers had to pick out complete strangers and completely revamp their entire look — however, some makeovers did nothing but bring negative reviews from the judges!
This week the designers met Tim Gunn in the workroom along with Mary Kay Global Makeup Artist Luis Casco. For this week’s challenge, Luis tol the designers to go to Washington Square Park in New York City to find a muse and create a complete makeover for them. They were instructed to not go after a typical runway model, but to dig deeper and find a woman who they think represents inner and outer beauty — this is a first for the show!
Every little girl at one point or another has wanted their own American Girl doll. For the past 28 years, the brand has produced numerous dolls that represent girls all over the world. This week the designers were given the challenge of creating designs that girls can wear inspired by their favorite dolls — but it didn’t prove to be easy!
This week the designers met Tim Gunn at the American Girl store on 5th Avenue in New York City. There, Tim introduced the designers to Heather Northrop, Senior Design Manager for American Girl. Heather explained to the designers about the company’s BeForever line, which is taking the American Girl doll style and adapting it into wearable clothes for girls.
In the world of ‘Project Runway,’ there are always new opportunities — and this includes the designs and the design of the runway. This week, the designers had to come up with avant garde ideas to show off on the runway — or in this case, “the rainway.”
The runway has seen some interesting designs in the past — and this week deemed to be no different. Tim Gun and Heidi Klum explained to the designers that this week they were to create forward-thinking designs that are cutting edge, innovative and have a so-called WOW factor from every angle. This idea for the challenge came from the debut of the Samsung Curve TV that possesses the same characteristics. To amp up the challenge even more, the designers will be showing off their avant grade designs on “the rainway.” What is a “rainway” you may ask? Char summed it up perfectly, “It’s a runway with rain…duh!”
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