'Project Runway All Stars' designer April Johnston: 'A 6-hour challenge is not relevant to the world of fashion'


April Johnston is grateful for the opportunity she's had doing"Project Runway All Stars," but the 22-year-old designer says -- with all due respect -- that competing on the reality series isn't much like working in the fashion world."A six-hour challenge is not relevant to the world of fashion," Johnston tells Zap2it in a conference call with reporters the morning after her second axing from "Runway." "I know Michael, in an interview, said last night that he makes things for his clients in 45 minutes to an hour. I'm sorry, but I don't make things in 45 minutes. I do cherish what I do and I take it very seriously. It takes time to construct something that's going to be perfect. For me, the 'Project Runway' challenge is just not realistic, and I thought that was my downfall."Although Johnston is just 22 years old, she says she feels like she was definitely able to compete...



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