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Project Runway is a reality competition television show featuring fashion designers attempting to out-sew and out-design each other. Winning the competition earns the designer a generous package with seed money to start a fashion line. Heidi Klum, a former supermodel, hosts the show and leads the contestants through each week's episode. The results of each show depend solely on the decisions made by the judges of that week's episode.
Each episode begins with a creative and difficult challenge that each designer must complete. Previous challenges have tasked designers to create dresses out of party supplies, food and recycled paper. Other challenges required the designers to make new looks out of old wedding dresses or to create an outfit for a doll. Many episodes feature a mid-episode twist, forcing the contestants to create an additional look or deal with some unexpected obstacle. These challenges must usually be finished within a short time frame. Through it all, the warm and friendly Tim Gunn guides each contestant through the pitfalls of high-paced fashion design.
After the looks are finished, the contestants must present their designs to a panel of judges. Model after model struts up and down the catwalk to show off each designer's look. The designers must then face the tough panel of judges. This is when the real drama starts and the tears begin to flow. The competitors must listen as their work is scrutinized, criticized and sometimes praised by industry experts. Finally, the judges will speak amongst themselves and pick a winner and a loser for that episode. The winner often receives immunity for the next challenge and the loser is sent home.
After the field of contestants dwindles, one last challenge selects three or four designers. These designers will be given a chance to show a complete collection at a major fashion show. The selected contestants go home for several weeks to create a dozen or so different fashions. After Tim Gunn checks in with each contestant, the competitors travel to the runway show to present their final collection. Many of these contestants have never had the opportunity to display their designs in a professional runway show. This is a special moment that some may never experience again.
After the final fashion show, the designers must face the judging panel once more. Once each collection has been scrutinized, the judges crown the season's winner. The winner takes the prize and attempts to make a name in the fashion world.
Project Runway Full Episode Guide:
Season 11 (48 full episodes, 191 clips available)
Episode 15 - Project Runway Season 11 Reunion Spec...
First Aired: May 02, 2013
Episode 14 - Finale, Part 2
First Aired: April 25, 2013
Episode 13 - Finale Part 1
First Aired: April 18, 2013
Episode 12 - Europe, Here We Come
First Aired: April 11, 2013
- Episode 11 - Finally On My Own
- Episode 10 - The Art of Fashion
- Episode 9 - He Said, She Said
- Episode 8 - Take It All Off!
- Episode 7 - A Sticky Situation
- Episode 6 - Senior Fling
- Episode 5 - A Little Bit Country, A Little Bit Ro...
- Episode 4 - The Ultimate Hard And Soft
- Episode 3 - Surprise Me
- Episode 2 - Spin Out
- Episode 1 - There is No I in Team
- Episode 0 - Season 11 - Sneak Peek
Season 10 (42 full episodes, 229 clips available)
- Episode 15 - Spotlight: Marchesa
- Episode 14 - Finale, Part II
- Episode 13 - Finale, Part I
- Episode 12 - In a Place Far, Far Away
- Episode 11 - It's Fashion Baby
- Episode 10 - I Get a Kick Out of Fashion
- Episode 9 - It's All About Me
- Episode 8 - Starving Artist
- Episode 7 - Oh My Lord and Taylor
- Episode 6 - Fix My Friend
- Episode 5 - It's My Way on the Runway
- Episode 4 - Women on the Go
- Episode 3 - Welcome Back (or not) to the Runway
- Episode 2 - Candy Couture
- Episode 1 - A Times Square Anniversary Party
- Episode 0 - Road to the Runway Season 10
Season 9 (66 full episodes, 89 clips available)
Season 8 (53 full episodes)
Season 7 (26 full episodes, 1 clip available)
Season 6 (39 clips available)
Season 5 (149 clips available)
Season 4 (1 full episode, 214 clips available)
Season 3 (2 full episodes, 87 clips available)
Season 2 (0 sources)
Season 1 (0 sources)
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In a recent appearance on "The View," Gaga had some things to say about "Project Runway" mentor Timm Gunn, after he bashed Hillary Clinton. "He's being a bully. I think Hillary Clinton has more important things to think about than her hemline," she said.
Usually when one thinks of Jessica Simpson and her questions of whether tuna fish is chicken, the word "mentor" doesn't immediately come to mind. But NBC begs to differ. The network has tapped Simpson to act as a mentor to competitors in the upcoming reality show "Fashion Star." The competition show, which will be hosted by Elle MacPherson, will feature 14 competitors as they create clothing in the hopes of winning a million bucks and a shot at their own fashion label.
"Project Runway" has been on for so many years now, and gone through so many changes in management, that it's going to take a serious shot in the arm to get it back out to the huge mainstream success it once was. Wait, Heidi Klum is posing nude to promote it? Well done and done I'd say.
Can't get enough "Project Runway" to feed your fashion competition habit? You won't have to rely only on Lifetime anymore: NBC has bought a 10-episode run of Ben Silverman's competition show "Fashion Star." Silverman, who was previously the head of programming at NBC, developed the show with his new production company Electus. The show will be similar in format to "Project Runway," and each week contestants will create outfits and put them up for judging.
Project Runway’s fashion guru Tim Gunn has some strong ideas about what will NOT happen during next season’s show. Tim recently spoke about what he sees for the future of the show and is explicit that it won’t include badly behaved stars from MTV or other channels. Typically, show producers will pull in other popular actors or ‘pop icons’ from the time to draw a bigger audience for the show.