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!
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.
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?
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.
Creating a red carpet dress should be a piece of cake for these designers — but when Heidi is the client everyone begins to unravel and the tears begin to flow! Warning: don’t read on if you don’t want to know who was sent home!
Having the opportunity to see your dress rock the red carpet on a famous face is quite the honor — and that’s what the contestants are competing for this week! The designers quickly recognize what an amazing opportunity the challenge is, especially because it could give them a wide amount of exposure — and can help put their personal brand on the map! Even Tim Gunn seems beyond thrilled as he greets the designers and calls Heidi a “magnet” on the red carpet.
On the upcoming episode the designers are tasked with quite the challenge — to create a stunning red carpet creation for Heidi Klum herself! Want to see who seems to be ahead of the pack? WATCH an EXCLUSIVE sneak peek of the episode right here.
We’re already a few episodes in and we can’t get enough of the latest batch of designers on season 13 of Project Runway! If you’re just as enthused as we are, you’ll be thrilled to know that the August 21 episode promises to be one of the best yet, as it’s jam-packed with red carpet glamour and one amazing Olympian!
It’s down to the wire — but who took home the big prize? Read on if you want to find out!
The three remaining designers on Project Runway All Stars all breathed a sigh of relief last week when they found out they made it to the finale — but stress levels were high during the last episode. Each of the three designers are told they will present a six-piece collection — but, of course, there was a shocking twist that definitely brought on the stress!
We’re getting down to the wire — and the competition is heating up! It’s up to the final four — but who will make it to the finale? In true ‘Runway’ fashion, a twist at the end will totally transform the outcome.
Project Runway All Stars is back — and it’s definitely time to turn up the drama. With a whole new slew of guest judges and a two-day challenge, the finale is thisclose — but who will make it there? The final four battled it out in yet another epic episode — and it was full of surprising twists!
A familiar face returns as the designers are challenged with another competition that features many twists and turns — but who will be in and who will be out?
Host Alyssa Milano introduces a familiar face to the designers: Nina Garcia of Marie Claire and Project Runway judge! Having recently become a part of editorial platform HallofStyle.com, Nina asks the contestants to pair up with a blogger featured on the website to showcase a trend for 2014. Several twists make up this challenge; not only will the bloggers be the designers’ models, but in the look they must incorporate Pantone’s color for 2014, radiant orchid. The winning look will be endorsed by Nina in a video that will appear on Hall of Style’s home page that will be viewed by the websites some fifty million subscribers. The winner will also receive a prize package from Pantone worth over $10,000! Not too shabby.
The designers have to craft a red carpet look in less than a day — but it quickly turns into a red carpet nightmare!
The designers are swept away from New York City to QVC’s headquarters in Westchester, PA — via helicopter no less! Upon arriving, they are greeted by host and QVC correspondent Lisa Robertson. She asks them to design a gown for her that looks just as good on camera as it does in person, and will allow her to move freely during red carpet interviews. The winning look will be worn by her in a live broadcast, and a version of the dress will be sold on QVC — what a great prize this week! After a quick tour of the studios, the designers are left to sketch and then fly back to New York. As the designers figure out their gowns, they all seem to be creating the same silhouette: a fitted mermaid gown. Let’s hope they find a way to break the mold!
In this exciting episode, the designers are taken for a ride as they are assigned with a task to craft a dress for Marge Simpson to wear! Keep reading for our recap of ‘Project Runway All Stars’ season three episode six!
It looks like the designers are making their way through the TV networks! First, with last week’s Bonnie & Clyde-inspired challenge, and now Fox’s 25th anniversary of The Simpsons! Marge herself asks the designers to come up with a dress for her to wear on a special date with her husband Homer- even joking that the restaurant will have real waiter service, and not a cafeteria! She tells them she wants to look sexy for her date and asks that the dress not be green, and easy to remove for a late night “dessert” with Homer. Alyssa Milano tells the designers that the winning look will be worn by Marge in a future episode of The Simpsons.
This week the designers paired up and travelled back in time to the 1930s, using ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ for their inspiration. Keep reading for what host Alyssa Milano called “the best runway show yet,” and our recap of ‘Project Runway All Stars’ season three, episode five!
With Lifetime’s new mini-series Bonnie and Clyde hitting the network soon, the designers were greeted by two of the show’s cast-members, Holliday Grainger and Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland! The designers are asked to work with a “partner in crime” and design an updated 1930s look for a couple like Bonnie and Clyde. The looks must relate to one another, but each designer’s outfit will be judged separately — will the designers get along okay??
The designers channel their inner kid as they use school supplies for the unconventional challenge! Keep reading for our recap of ‘Project Runway All Stars.’
This week the designers take a big yellow school bus to P.S. 212, a fine arts elementary school in New York. They are greeted by Alyssa who presents them with the famous unconventional challenge! She urges the designers to embrace their playfulness by using materials found in a typical classroom. They get a backpack and four minutes to stuff as many things as they can in to the bag to take with them. After a chaotic four minutes of grabbing rulers, jump ropes, and other supplies, they take their sketches back to the workroom to begin on their designs.
This week the designers toast their way into the challenge — but don’t think a cocktail makes this week any easier! Read on for our recap of ‘Project Runway All Stars’ Season 3 Episode 3!
The designers are told they have the night off and are invited to spend their evening at Jay-Z‘s hot club, 40/40. But their hopes of relaxing for one night are diminished when they are met by Alyssa Milano! Jeffrey jokes, “I know she’s not here to just chill with us.” Boy is he right. Alyssa tells them that the 40/40 club has a variety of signature cocktails, nine of which they will pick from and use as the inspiration for, (but of course!), the perfect cocktail dress. And this week the designers get a smaller budget of only $100. We can’t wait to see what the designers come up with!
The 40/40 club has the designers breaking a sweat-but not from busting a move! On this episode designers are crumbling under the pressure as they create looks inspired by Jay-Z’s famous club. WATCH the preview and see whats in store.
On episode 2 of Project Runway All Stars , designers had to face their fears and create looks using insects as a muse — and now on episode 3 we will watch as the designers create looks inspired from Jay-Z‘s famous 40/40 Club. Wow! The designers seem excited to get to the drawing board and create a cocktail-inspired ensemble, but as always there is a twist. We truly enjoy watching the designers create impressive looks and we are excited to see what they will bring to the table this week. Mentor Zanna Roberts Rassi told designers that “every good cocktail has a twist.” What does that mean, you may ask? You will have to tune in to Lifetime to find out!
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