The new season of Project Runway has just premiered, bringing us back to the Big Apple. But things move fast in the world of fashion, and already they're hauling the show back to Los Angeles. Series host Heidi Klum told Access Hollywood about another location change, which may come sooner than we thought.
"We like to change it up, we like to go back and fourth," the Project Runway judge announced. She talked to the publication's Billy Bush last Wednesday, and revealed what's in store for season 8.
"So, the [next season] will probably be back in LA again," Heidi Klum declared. But it's still only a possibility, if you want to read between the lines. Those NY-lovers might be pleased to hear that even this supermodel is having a great time in the east coast, as she's joined by her family during filming.
"We kind of all move to New York," Heidi explained. "It's fun. We all have this big hotel room. The children love New York. New York is exciting!"
Heidi Klum isn't the only one who's found it a thrill to be back. We're thinking the contestants are enjoying the atmosphere too. But what's really important here is the practical decision, where distances won't be a problem for the judges and designers.
Michael Kors said, "When you think about it, the walks from Parsons to Mood, you could have 500 inspirations within a minute. The bar is raised. I think the energy level is full-tilt boogie. It's New York. Nothing stops here."
Well, if they take Project Runway to Los Angeles, it's the audiences who might stop watching. Season six wasn't much of a success for the show, even though we can't just blame the venue. Still, there's no beating New York. Even the judges agree with that, so is a change in location really a good idea?