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Encyclopedia > Project Runway
Project Runway
Image:PRLogo12.jpg
Format Reality, competition
Created by Eli Holzman
Starring Heidi Klum
Tim Gunn
Michael Kors
Nina Garcia
Country of origin Flag of the United States United States
No. of episodes 42
Production
Running time 60 minutes (including commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel Bravo
Original run December 1, 2004 – present
External links
Official website
IMDb profile
TV.com summary

Project Runway is an American reality television series on the Bravo network which focuses on fashion design. The contestants compete with each other to create the best clothes and are usually restricted in time, materials, and theme. Their designs are judged and one or more designers are eliminated each week. The fourth season winner will receive prizes including: an editorial feature in Elle, $100,000 from TRESemmé to start his or her own line, the opportunity to sell a fashion line on Bluefly.com, and a 2008 Saturn Astra automobile. The fourth season of Project Runway premiered on November 14, 2007. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... // This article is about the genre of TV shows. ... Competition is the act of striving against others for the purpose of achieving gain, such as income, pride, amusement, or dominance. ... Heidi Klum (IPA ) (born June 1, 1973[1]) is a German supermodel, actress, TV presenter, fashion designer, television producer and singer from Bergisch Gladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany. ... Timothy M. Gunn (born 1953) is an American fashion maven and television personality. ... Michael Kors (born August 9, 1959[1]) is an American fashion designer. ... Nina Garcia, born in Colombia in South America, is the head of fashion department at Elle magazine as well as a judge for the reality television show Project Runway. ... Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... This article is about the U.S. cable network. ... is the 335th day of the year (336th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... // This article is about the genre of TV shows. ... This article is about the U.S. cable network. ... --76. ...

Contents

Format

Project Runway uses progressive elimination to reduce the initial field of 12 or more fashion designers down to 3 or 4 before the final challenge. Each non-finale challenge (the scope of one episode) requires the designers to develop one more new garment to be presented at a runway show. The challenges include to creating a garment from non-traditional materials, such as recycled materials (Season 3) or items from a grocery store (Season 1), or designing for a certain person (such as figure skater Sasha Cohen or Miss USA Tara Conner), corporate fashion line (Banana Republic or Macy's INC), or specialized theme (such as a "cocktail party"). The designers are given a stipend and limited amount of time to finish each garment (from as short as half a day to two or three days). Often the designers work independently, although on some challenges contestants must work in teams. Once the deadline is reached, the designers must dress their models and select their hair, make-up, and accessories. Each model walks down the runway, and the garment the contestant made is rated by a panel of judges, scoring each dress in a number of categories from 0 to 5. The judges then interview the designers and share their opinions before conferring as a group and selecting winning and losing designers based on their scores and other considerations. Generally, the loser of each challenge is eliminated from the competition, with host supermodel Heidi Klum wishing him or her "Auf Wiedersehen" before they depart; thus elimination from the show is sometimes called "being auf'd". Model walking the Michael Kors catwalk during Fall Fashion Week, New York City University of Texas Evolution fashion show, 2007 Fashion model on catwalk A fashion show is an event put on by a fashion designer to showcase his or her upcoming line of clothing. ... This article is about the figure skater. ... Miss USA 2007 Rachel Smith, who competed as Miss Tennessee USA Miss USA 2006 Tara Conner, who competed as Miss Kentucky USA Miss USA 2005 Chelsea Cooley, who competed as Miss North Carolina USA Not to be confused with Miss America. ... Tara Elizabeth Conner (born on 18 December 1985 in Dallas, Texas)[1] is a beauty queen who is Miss USA 2006 and has also competed in the Miss Teen USA and Miss Universe pageants. ... For other uses, see Banana republic (disambiguation). ... This article is about the R. H. Macy & Co. ... For the RuPaul song, see Supermodel (You Better Work). ... Heidi Klum (IPA ) (born June 1, 1973[1]) is a German supermodel, actress, TV presenter, fashion designer, television producer and singer from Bergisch Gladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany. ...


After the final challenge, the remaining three or four designers are then told to prepare a complete fashion collection to be presented at New York Fashion Week at Central Park. The finalists are given 12 weeks and $8000 for this task which they perform at their own homes or studios; while some construction work can be outsourced, the majority of the garments must be created by the designers themselves. Prior to the show, the finalists return to New York City to perform final fitting on their models, and also may be thrown an additional challenge, such as designing an additional outfit to fit the collection. The ultimate winner is selected by the judges, and receives $100,000 to start his or her own design line, a magazine spread in ELLE Magazine, and a mentorship from a design firm; later seasons have also included a new car as part of the prize package. ... ELLE is a worldwide magazine that focuses on womens fashion, beauty, health, and entertainment. ...


Fashion models who work with the designers throughout the season are also in the competition. Each week, as the number of designers dwindles, the number of models is also reduced, with one model remaining at the end. Models may sometimes be randomly pre-assigned to a designer; in other cases, designers will have an opportunity to pick the model they wish to work with, the winner of the previous challenge receiving first pick and subsequent designers picking through a random draw. Included in the prize package for the winning model is coverage in the American edition of ELLE magazine, featuring the winning designer's designs as part of her prize. A model is a person who poses or displays for purposes of art, fashion, or other products and advertising. ... ELLE is a worldwide magazine that focuses on womens fashion, beauty, health, and entertainment. ...


Joining Klum in judging duties include American designer Michael Kors, ELLE magazine fashion director Nina Garcia, and a fourth judge - typically a fashion designer (e.g. Diane von Furstenberg, Vera Wang), critic (Teri Agins of the Wall Street Journal) or model (e.g. Iman), a celebrity (Nicky Hilton, Nancy O'Dell) , or a professional from an industry related to the challenge (Sasha Cohen). Tim Gunn, Chief Creative Officer for Liz Claiborne Inc, acts as mentor to the designers and does not participate in the judging; instead, he will visit the designers midway through each challenge to comment and suggest improvements for each design. The show takes place in New York City (with a short stop in Paris in Season 3) with designers using a workroom at Parsons The New School for Design, shopping for materials at a fabrics store in New York's Garment District (usually Mood Designer Fabrics on W. 37th Street — unless the challenge calls for an unusual material or the fabric is provided, as in the Banana Republic challenge from Seasons 1&2), and living together at Atlas New York (an apartment building near Parsons) during seasons 1-3 and New Gotham during season 4. While on the show, the designers are prohibited from leaving the apartments without authorization, making unauthorized communication with family or friends, or using the Internet to research designs. Designers are also forbidden to bring pattern books or similar how-to books with them during the show. Michael Kors (born August 9, 1959[1]) is an American fashion designer. ... ELLE is a worldwide magazine that focuses on womens fashion, beauty, health, and entertainment. ... Nina Garcia, born in Colombia in South America, is the head of fashion department at Elle magazine as well as a judge for the reality television show Project Runway. ... Diane Prinzessin von Furstenberg also Princess Diane of Furstenberg (Prinzessin Diane von Furstenberg) , born Diane Simone Michelle Halfin on December 31, 1945 in Brussels, Belgium, is a fashion designer, businesswoman, and New York City socialite. ... Vera Wang (Chinese: ; Pinyin: ; born June 27, 1949) is an American fashion designer based in New York, NY, USA. She is known for her wedding gown collection, among other specialties. ... The Wall Street Journal is an influential international daily newspaper published in New York City, New York with an average daily circulation of 1,800,607 (2002). ... Iman (born July 25, 1955 in Mogadishu, Somalia as Iman Abdulmajid, Somali: Iimaan Cabdimajiid) is a supermodel based in the United States. ... This article needs additional references or sources for verification. ... Nancy Humphries ODell (born February 25, 1966 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina) is an American television host and entertainment journalist. ... This article is about the figure skater. ... Timothy M. Gunn (born 1953) is an American fashion maven and television personality. ... Liz Claiborne (born Elisabeth Claiborne Ortenberg March 31, 1929) is a Belgian-born fashion designer. ... New York, New York and NYC redirect here. ... This article is about the capital of France. ... Parsons The New School for Design (abbreviated Parsons), is a design school affiliated since 1970 with The New School, formerly known as New School University. ... The current version of the article or section reads like an advertisement. ... For other uses, see Banana republic (disambiguation). ...


Season 1

Further information: Project Runway (season 1)

Project Runway premiered its first season on December 1, 2004. In its first season, Project Runway received critical acclaim, including an Emmy nomination for outstanding competitive reality series. Growth in audience popularity was also dramatic from its debut to the season finale, making it a sleeper hit. Project Runway gave Bravo one of its most successful series since Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Host of the show Heidi Klum and season 1 contestants. ... is the 335th day of the year (336th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... An Emmy Award. ... A sleeper hit (often simply called a sleeper) refers to a film, book, album, TV show, or video game that gains unexpected success or recognition. ... Queer Eye for the Straight Guy is an hour-long American television series that premiered on the Bravo cable television network on July 15, 2003, and promptly became both a surprise hit (at least by the standards of cable TV) and one of the most talked-about television programs of...


The winning designer of the first season was Pennsylvania-based designer Jay McCarroll. Second place was Kara Saun, and third was Wendy Pepper. As his prize for winning the competition among 12 designers, McCarroll was eligible to receive a $100,000 cash prize, a mentorship with Banana Republic to aid in developing his own fashion label (both of which he turned down), and display of his work in the American edition of ELLE magazine. The winning model of the first season, selected by McCarroll, was Julia Beynon, who beat out models Jenny Toth (for Kara Saun) and Melissa Haro (for Wendy Pepper). This article is about the U.S. State. ... Jay McCarroll (born 1974) is a fashion designer who gained fame in 2005, when he won during the debut season of the competitive reality show Project Runway. ... Kara Saun, nee Saunders, (born 1967) is a fashion designer who participated in the Bravo reality show, Project Runway. ... Wendy Pepper (born August 23, 1964) is a fashion designer who appeared on the first season of the reality television show Project Runway, which aired on Bravo, from December 2004 through February 2005. ... For other uses, see Banana republic (disambiguation). ... Kara Saun, nee Saunders, (born 1967) is a fashion designer who participated in the Bravo reality show, Project Runway. ... Wendy Pepper (born August 23, 1964) is a fashion designer who appeared on the first season of the reality television show Project Runway, which aired on Bravo, from December 2004 through February 2005. ...


Austin Scarlett, who placed in fourth, produced a decoy collection for Fashion Week after being eliminated in the "Nancy O'Dell Grammy Challenge." His appearance at Fashion Week was an 11th hour decision made by the show's producers who were concerned that the identity of the three finalists would be revealed before the Project Runway Season 1 finale aired. The ploy was later adopted for the show's succeeding seasons. The Eleventh Hour is a figure of speech referring to the last moments before a deadline, or meant to imply that a decisive or final moment is near. ...


Season 2

Further information: Project Runway (season 2)

The series' second season began on December 7, 2005. Following a nationwide search earlier in the year, sixteen designers were chosen as semi-finalists and brought to New York City in June, 2005. After the first challenge, called Road To The Runway, fourteen went on to compete as finalists. The winning designer, Houston-based Chloe Dao, received $100,000 in seed money to help launch her own line, a one year contract with Designers Management Agency, a 2007 Saturn Sky roadster, a spread in ELLE magazine, and a mentorship with the Banana Republic Design Team. Michael Kors and Nina Garcia returned as judges for the second season. The final judging seat rotated each week, based on the challenge. Tim Gunn, fashion chair at Parsons The New School for Design, returned as a mentor for the designers. The winning model paired with designer Chloe Dao was Grace Kelsey, beating out models Rebecca Holliday (for Daniel Vosovic) and Heather Brown (for Santino Rice), and landed the spread in ELLE Magazine. Host of the show Heidi Klum and season 2 contestants. ... is the 341st day of the year (342nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Houston redirects here. ... Chloe Dao (born ca. ... The Designers Management Agency, or DMA as it is commonly referred as, is a talent representation agency for luxury fashion designers, along with providing fashion-related business solutions for Fortune 500 companies. ... For other uses, see Banana republic (disambiguation). ... Michael Kors (born August 9, 1959[1]) is an American fashion designer. ... Timothy M. Gunn (born 1953) is an American fashion maven and television personality. ... Parsons The New School for Design (abbreviated Parsons), is a design school affiliated since 1970 with The New School, formerly known as New School University. ... Chloe Dao (born ca. ... Daniel Vosovic (born 15 June 1981) participated in the reality show, Project Runway. ... Santino Q. Rice (born August 20, 1974), a St. ...


Kara Janx, who placed fourth in the competition after having been eliminated in the "Iman Evening Gown Challenge", produced a decoy collection which served as a distraction at Fashion Week before the finale aired. Kara Janx is a South African fashion designer best known for her participation as a contestant on the second season of Bravos Project Runway, which aired from December 2005 to March 2006. ...


Season 3

Further information: Project Runway (season 3)

Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn, Nina Garcia, and Michael Kors returned for season three, which began airing on July 12, 2006. Season 3 introduced a new set of sponsors, notably Macy's replacing Banana Republic, in advance of Macy's conversion of former May Company department stores. Host of the show Heidi Klum and season 3 contestants. ... This article is about the R. H. Macy & Co. ... For other uses, see Banana republic (disambiguation). ... May Department Stores Company May Department Stores was a department store chain founded in 1877 by David May in Leadville, Colorado. ...


In this season, designer Keith Michael became the first designer to be asked to leave the show for multiple rule violations. He was found to be in possession of prohibited pattern-making books and left the production site for several hours, during which time he used the internet. Also, for the first time, the last four designers were selected as finalists (Jeffrey Sebelia, Laura Bennett, Ulrike "Uli" Herzner, and Michael Knight), with no decoy collection to serve as a distraction before the finale aired, and allowed to compete at New York Fashion Week. Keith Michael Keith Michael (full name: Keith Michael Rizza) was born on January 14, 1972 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He is a New York City-based fashion designer, and is also known for being the first contestant to ever be kicked off of Project Runway. ... Fashion designer Jeffrey Sebelia Jeffrey Sebelia (born May 30, 1970) is an American fashion designer and founder of the clothing label Cosa Nostra. ... Laura Bennett (born August 2, 1963 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is an American architect and fashion designer and one of the four finalists on Season 3 of the Bravo series Project Runway. ... Ulrike Uli Herzner (born 23 April 1971) is a German American fashion designer, currently living in Miami, Florida. ... Michael Knight (born April 11, 1978 in Nuremberg, Germany) is an Atlanta, Georgia-based fashion designer and contestant on the third season of the Bravo network reality television series Project Runway. ... ...


In a "Reunion" episode that aired on October 4, viewers voted Michael Knight as their favorite designer, earning him a $10,000 prize. is the 277th day of the year (278th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Michael Knight (born April 11, 1978 in Nuremberg, Germany) is an Atlanta, Georgia-based fashion designer and contestant on the third season of the Bravo network reality television series Project Runway. ...


The season finale aired on October 18, 2006 with Jeffrey Sebelia voted winner by the judges. Winning alongside with designer Sebelia was his model, Marilinda Rivera, edging out models Nazri Segaro (for Ulrike "Uli" Herzner), Camilla Barungi (for Laura Bennett), and Clarissa Anderson (for Michael Knight), to take the coveted ELLE fashion spread. is the 291st day of the year (292nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Fashion designer Jeffrey Sebelia Jeffrey Sebelia (born May 30, 1970) is an American fashion designer and founder of the clothing label Cosa Nostra. ... Ulrike Uli Herzner (born 23 April 1971) is a German American fashion designer, currently living in Miami, Florida. ... Laura Bennett (born August 2, 1963 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is an American architect and fashion designer and one of the four finalists on Season 3 of the Bravo series Project Runway. ... Michael Knight (born April 11, 1978 in Nuremberg, Germany) is an Atlanta, Georgia-based fashion designer and contestant on the third season of the Bravo network reality television series Project Runway. ...


Jeffrey Sebelia was accused of having outside help to finish his garments by fellow competitors. The issue was investigated, and it was determined that he had followed the guidelines and did not violate any rules that would prevent him from continuing in the competition at Fashion Week. He did, however, go a little more than $200 over budget, and had to remove things from his collection to bring it back under the budget limit. However, he did not have to remove articles of clothing he had designed; the only items taken out were blonde wigs.


Uli was the runner-up to the title, also highly praised by the judges for her collection. Designer Michael Knight was first eliminated in the season finale for his collection titled "Street Safari." Michael was a fan favorite, but his line did not appeal to the judges in Fashion Week. Knight was also eliminated due to his lack of industry experience. Designer Laura was second eliminated in the finale for her collection of cocktail dresses and evening wear, with the judges praising how expensive the items in the collection looked. At the time Laura was pregnant with her sixth child. Jeffrey won the competition, and his girlfriend and son were there to celebrate his win with him. He was also the winner of a 2007 Saturn Sky Roadster.


Season 4

Further information: Project Runway (season 4)

Casting auditions for Season 4 of Project Runway began in April 2007 and production took place in June and July 2007. The fourth season premiered on November 14, 2007, with Heidi Klum returning as host and Tim Gunn returning as design mentor. Earlier in the year Gunn was named Chief Creative Officer for Liz Claiborne Inc..[1] The fourth season of Project Runway premiered on November 14, 2007. ... Heidi Klum (IPA ) (born June 1, 1973[1]) is a German supermodel, actress, TV presenter, fashion designer, television producer and singer from Bergisch Gladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany. ... Timothy M. Gunn (born 1953) is an American fashion maven and television personality. ... Liz Claiborne (born Elisabeth Claiborne Ortenberg March 31, 1929) is a Belgian-born fashion designer. ...


Cast members for Season 4 were revealed during episodes of Tim Gunn's Guide to Style. Tim Gunns Guide to Style is an American reality television series, hosted by Tim Gunn and Veronica Webb, on the Bravo network with focus on fashion. ...


This was the first season a designer was compelled to quit the competition for medical reasons. Jack Mackenroth left in Episode 5 and was replaced by Chris March, who had been the most recently eliminated designer.


This was also the first season in which four designers were chosen to prepare collections for Fashion Week, but only three will proceed on in the competition to show their collections at Fashion Week. Christian, who had won the last challenge, was assured of presenting his designs at Fashion Week. Jillian, the runner up in the last challenge, was also guaranteed a spot in Fashion Week. In a new finale twist, Rami and Chris were in a deadlock and had to show the three best pieces from their collections to the judges. With these three initial looks, one winner would be chosen to participate in Fashion Week. Rami was selected for the third slot at Bryant Park, and Chris March was eliminated. ...


Kathleen "Sweet P." Vaughn, the last designer eliminated before the finale, produced a decoy collection for Fashion Week, along with Chris March, the designer eliminated in the first part of the finale. Siriano won $10,000 as the Project Runway Season 4 Fan Favorite. Season 3 Fan Favorite winner, Mychael Knight, brought out the check to Christian during the Reunion episode. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Mychael Knight (until recently Michael Knight, born April 11, 1978 in Nuremberg, Germany) is an Atlanta, Georgia-based fashion designer. ...


In the final days of New York Fashion Week in Bryant Park, New York, Christian Siriano beat out fellow contestants Jillian Lewis and Rami Kashou to become the fourth, and consequently, youngest winner of Project Runway. Winning alongside Siriano was his model, Lisa Nargi, who won the coveted ELLE fashion editorial featuring his winning designs at Fashion Week, over fellow models Sam Ruggiero (for Rami Kashou) and Lauren Browne (for Jillian Lewis). This was also the first season of the show wherein the final three models did not wear the finale pieces of their respective designers.


Season 5

Castings for the fifth season start in March, with taping beginning in June.


External links

The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is an online database of information about movies, actors, television shows, production crew personnel, and video games. ... TV.com is a website belonging to the CNET Games and Entertainment family of websites. ... Host of the show Heidi Klum and season 1 contestants. ... Host of the show Heidi Klum and season 2 contestants. ... Host of the show Heidi Klum and season 3 contestants. ... The fourth season of Project Runway premiered on November 14, 2007. ... Heidi Klum (IPA ) (born June 1, 1973[1]) is a German supermodel, actress, TV presenter, fashion designer, television producer and singer from Bergisch Gladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany. ... Timothy M. Gunn (born 1953) is an American fashion maven and television personality. ... Nina Garcia, born in Colombia in South America, is the head of fashion department at Elle magazine as well as a judge for the reality television show Project Runway. ... Michael Kors (born August 9, 1959[1]) is an American fashion designer. ... Jay McCarroll (born 1974) is a fashion designer who gained fame in 2005, when he won during the debut season of the competitive reality show Project Runway. ... Kara Saun, nee Saunders, (born 1967) is a fashion designer who participated in the Bravo reality show, Project Runway. ... Wendy Pepper (born August 23, 1964) is a fashion designer who appeared on the first season of the reality television show Project Runway, which aired on Bravo, from December 2004 through February 2005. ... Kevin Johnn one of the original twelve constestants of Project Runway on Bravo. ... Daniel Franco Daniel Franco, a native of Los Angeles, California, was born November 11, 1971. ... Chloe Dao (born ca. ... Daniel Vosovic (born 15 June 1981) participated in the reality show, Project Runway. ... Santino Q. Rice (born August 20, 1974), a St. ... Kara Janx is a South African fashion designer best known for her participation as a contestant on the second season of Bravos Project Runway, which aired from December 2005 to March 2006. ... Nick Verreos (born St. ... Diana Eng, (Born 1983 in Jacksonville, Florida) is an American fashion designer and was a contestant on the second season of the reality television program Project Runway. ... Daniel Franco Daniel Franco, a native of Los Angeles, California, was born November 11, 1971. ... Fashion designer Jeffrey Sebelia Jeffrey Sebelia (born May 30, 1970) is an American fashion designer and founder of the clothing label Cosa Nostra. ... Ulrike Uli Herzner (born 23 April 1971) is a German American fashion designer, currently living in Miami, Florida. ... Laura Bennett (born August 2, 1963 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is an American architect and fashion designer and one of the four finalists on Season 3 of the Bravo series Project Runway. ... Mychael Knight (until recently Michael Knight, born April 11, 1978 in Nuremberg, Germany) is an Atlanta, Georgia-based fashion designer. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Keith Michael Keith Michael (full name: Keith Michael Rizza) was born on January 14, 1972 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He is a New York City-based fashion designer, and is also known for being the first contestant to ever be kicked off of Project Runway. ... Malan Breton. ... Elisa Jimenez is an interdisciplinary artist. ... Project Catwalk is a competitive reality television series focusing on fashion design. ... Designerspirene is a Norwegian reality television series that focuses on fashion design. ... Project Runway Canada is a Canadian television adaptation of the American reality television series Project Runway, which debuted on the Slice network on October 8, 2007. ... Season 1 of Project Runway Malaysia featured 15 designers from various parts of the country competing to be the best designer. ... Parsons The New School for Design (abbreviated Parsons), is a design school affiliated since 1970 with The New School, formerly known as New School University. ...

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