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'Project Runway: Threads' is a pint-sized delight

Any show where the contestants are young enough that they must be accompanied by their parents is going to be adorable, and the series premiere of "  Project Runway: Threads " does not disappoint in this respect. Instead of the season-long drawn out competition format of its parent show, it instead consists of stand alone competitions more in line with many individually packaged Food Network programs.    Once the crushing feeling that these talented kids will be more successful before they are out of their teens than you ever will be passes, "Threads" is a bright and fun adaptiation of its parent show. For a prize of $25,000 a group of young designers but design one garment in the style chosen by the judges. Of course, a twist is thrown in halfway through the challenge but not one that would derail their initial efforts completely.  Read More... //www.zap2it.com/blogs/project_runway_threads_series_premiere-2014-10

'Project Runway' Season 12 finale: Is the winner Sean, Kini, or Amanda?

In the glory days of "  Project Runway ", the designers would have shown up to the days before Fashion Week after weeks away from the show and been set to let their models go down the runway. A few tweaks or finishing touches and off they go, no overhauls or new garments necessary. Of course, these are not the glory days so all four designers are nowhere near prepared once back in the workroom and are still preparing for the biggest runway show of their lives hours before they are due at Lincoln Center.    Even with the scrambling and last minutes additions to the collections, the finalists all put forward what are at least respectable and complete collection. Original is not quite the word to use based on the comparisons that can so easily be made between this output and other working designers, but each one at least has a cohesive feel.  Read More... //www.zap2it.com/blogs/project_runway_season_12_finale_and_your_winner_is-2014-10

The 10 Best Looks of 'Project Runway' Season 13

After having the most challenge wins and (at least according to the judges) the most impressive final runway show, Sean was named the winner of Project Runway season 13 . And while he had plenty of memorable looks throughout the contest, his fellow designers gave him strong competition. Here are my ten favorite looks from the season ranked from good to best. It was hard to choose my favorites among so many great pieces! Tell me if I missed any of your faves in the comments.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/slideshows/the-10-best-looks-of-project-runway-season-13-674.aspx

'Project Runway' Season 13 Winner Announced

With only a day and a half left, the four finalists have to rework their final collections before being presented at New York Fashion Week.   Read More... //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00076373.html

The 10 Worst Looks of 'Project Runway' Season 13

The designers made a lot of great looks throughout Project Runway season 13. But there were also a lot of flops. And the final four designers (Amanda, Char, Kini and Sean) aren?t immune to bad looks either. Here is my list of the worst ten looks from this season ranked from bad to worse. As always, feel free to chime in with your opinion in the comments. And don?t forget to tune into the Project Runway season 13 finale airing Thursday at 9pm on Lifetime.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/slideshows/the-10-worst-looks-of-project-runway-season-13-24204.aspx

'Project Runway' Finale Prediction: Who Will Win Season 13?

After 13 seasons of Project Runway , guessing who will emerge as the winner is just as hard as it has ever been. This season, all four of the finalists, Amanda, Char, Kini and Sean have completely different aesthetics, even though they all started with their trip to Rome as inspiration for their collections. Here are my predictions for the outcome of the finale of Project Runway s eason 13. Feel free to make your own in the comments!   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/project-runway/project-runway-finale-predicti-54922.aspx