Where do starlets go when their career needs a boost? Apparently, “Project Runway
.” Lindsay Lohan
appeared as a guest judge on the show earlier in the season, and last night Christina Aguilera
took her turn. Seeing her on the episode, sporting some serious bangs, reminded me why she’s been the pop star who’s totally fallen off the radar, even though she has the best voice. The girl is too darn nice! Keep reading »
See you at 10 p.m. EST for another super exciting — uh, hopefully — episode of “P-Run”! Keep reading »
OK, “Project Runway,” we get it. Viewers own TiVos and fast-forward through commercials, so advertisers want products plugged in the show instead. We understand. But last night’s “Project Runway” went too far! Designers have always sent their models to the L’Oreal hair and makeup room and the Garnier hair salon and that’s fine. But we never had the name of the products shoved down our throats quite like this before. “Project Runway” titled the task of creating a beach look for surfer girls the “Garnier Challenge” and a Garnier hairdresser told the designers how important hair will be to complete their look on the runway. Tim Gunn, no doubt rolling his eyes inside, mentioned several times how the models needed to head to the Garnier hair studio, where the Garnier hairdresser got more screen time and showed all of Garnier’s green products in the background. Then the Garnier hairdresser made a comment before a couple commercial breaks, which led with Garnier products. I had to stop myself from shrieking at the screen, “I buy Garnier shampoo, conditioner, and frizz-ease, OK?! I swear! Leave me alone!” Seriously, “Project Runway,” don’t do that s**t again. Or at least try to slip product placement in and trick us. Keep reading »
Don’t forget! Tonight at 10 pm EST we’ll be liveblogging the latest episode of “Project Runway.” Will another innovative designer go home or will Heidi and Co. finally give someone boring the boot? Keep reading »
Daniel Vosovic, “Project Runway” season 2 runner-up and “All-Stars” winner, tells NYMag.com’s “The Cut” that being on “PR” again was a “mind f**k.” He goes on to explain, “It felt like a weird summer camp. Four years later everything was the same — same stage, same crappy lights, Heidi’s pregnant again. It’s like I had never left.” That may be true of the “All-Stars” reunion (which aired last week) — which brought together some of the show’s biggest personalities and best designers — but the new season of “PR” is rapidly proving it’s not the same fabulous, edgy, and fashion-forward show now that it lives on Lifetime.
I’m just gonna say it. “Project Runway” — you’re OUT. Here are five reasons why. Keep reading »
After last week’s kind of meh premiere, will our favorite show return to its former greatness on tonight’s episode? Check back here at 10 p.m. EST for our “Project Runway” season 6 liveblog! Keep reading »
“Project Runway” veteran Kenley Collins is out of jail and talking to The Daily Beast about why she threw a cat at her former fiancé and what she’s been up to since she got sprung from the big house. Read what she had to say after the jump. Keep reading »
So I don’t get in trouble for posting about this, gasp, 11 hours after the episode aired, SPOILERS AHEAD. Got that?
OK. So, last night was the premiere of “Project Runway” on Lifetime, which Jessica liveblogged. Personally, I was slightly underwhelmed. None of the designers stood out to me yet, except one, but not because of her design talents. Ari Fish is a straight-up Samantha Ronson doppelganger, which became somewhat awkward when it was revealed that Lindsay Lohan was the guest judge. Did Ari’s resemblance to Lohan’s on/off girlfriend help or hurt her? Find out, after the jump… Keep reading »
They’re baaaack. Thank. GOD. “Project Runway” returns tonight, in their new home on Lifetime. Will the show still be fabulous? Sometimes tells us YES. Come on back for our liveblog of the premiere episode tonight at 10 p.m. EST! Keep reading »
“I know some [trends] are available at very inexpensive prices, but you fill your closet with all this stuff that, in three months, you won’t want anymore. You’ll end up spending more money than you save. If you invest in something a little more expensive with longevity, you’ll use it more. How many girls do you see walking down the street in those faux-leather leggings? That trend is just like, ugh!”
— Nina Garcia, Fashion Director at “Marie Claire,” author of the new book The Style Strategy: A Less-Is-More Approach to Staying Chic and Shopping Smart, and judge on everyone’s favorite fashion reality show, “Project Runway,” which finally begins its sixth season tonight (!) on its new home, Lifetime. [via Time Out NY] Keep reading »