'Project Runway's' Tim Gunn calls out Kenley Collins as the show's problem child

Tim Gunn, even after an incredibly long day, is the essence of a dapper gentleman.The mentor of Lifetime's "Project Runway" surveys the contestants' new lounge at Parsons School of Design, admires the huge photos of scenes from past seasons and settles in for a long talk with Zap2it.The Thursday show shoots at the Manhattan college where Gunn taught for 29 years. Among his missions as a teacher was that students learn the history of fashion and how it relates to whatever is going on in the world. He has an upcoming book on the history of fashion, and his philosophy as a teacher was quite similar to his as a mentor. It boils down to the three words that have become the show's motto: "Make it work."Q: Did you think "Project Runway" would last 10 seasons?A: I never expected it would go for two seasons -- not to disparage the show. This is really surreal.Q:...



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