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Lanvin for H&M Launch on the Magnificent Mile - 11.20.2010 - Will you be there?

Posted By lanvin arete on Nov 16, 2010 at 12:50AM

Are you going to Lanvin <3's H&M in Chicago this Saturday 11.20.2010?

If so, join the group "lanvin for h&m: the midwest contingent" (currently under construction) to find fellow fashionistas as well as updates and event details!!



Project Runway Season Eight! Share Your Thoughts in Our PR Fanatics Group

Posted By Fashion on Jul 30, 2010 at 12:00PM

Season eight of Project Runway premiered last night — did you watch? The big twist was that the first episode was actually the last phase of the audition process. As if that wasn't brutal enough, there were so many more unexpected turns that Heidi and Tim clearly loved delivering to the hopefuls. One exciting change is that the accessories wall is now stocked by Piperlime, not Bluefly. I don't want to give anything else away, but for those who watched, join our Project Runway Fanatics group now, and vent away!

Irina Shabayeva Fall 2010 Collection

Posted By JazzyBelle2 on Apr 25, 2010 at 10:58AM



Project Runway Season 6 Winner Irina Shabayeva has recently debuted her Fall 2010 Collection. Love the collection. She has a great asthetic and eye for detail. Most of the pieces you could wear beyoned one season. Very Innovative!!!!!!!!





Project Runway's Top 3 Finale Collections!

Posted By Fashion on Apr 23, 2010 at 6:50AM

After a season full of surprises, Project Runway season seven has come to an end. I will thoroughly miss seeing the work of those talented designers, and hearing the funny — and sometimes not-so-funny — comments from the judges. Let's go back in time to February at New York Fashion Week Fall 2010 and check out the 10-piece collections of the top three: Emilio, Mila, and Seth Aaron. Here are the eveningwear looks — can you guess whose is whose? Congratulations to Project Runway season seven winner: Seth Aaron!

Which Project Runway Red Carpet Dress Was Your Favorite?

Posted By Fashion on Apr 2, 2010 at 11:00AM

Last night's Project Runway was the most action-packed. One designer quit, Anthony returned, there were two winners — do you agree on them? — and the challenge was to design a red carpet gown for a very opinionated celebrity: Heidi Klum! A couple of designers rocked it, the rest tanked. Click through to see all the red carpet looks, then vote on the one you would like to see on Heidi.

Photos courtesy of MyLifetime.com

Fab Exclusive! Project Runway's Jay Talks About Second Win and Why Nina's Opinion Matters Most

Posted By Fashion on Mar 5, 2010 at 4:59PM

Jay Nicolas Sario is proving to be quite the competitor on Project Runway. Last night, San Francisco's own had his second victory for the Hard Wear challenge. Do you agree with the winner and loser? His first win proved he's legit, and now he's further solidified his place in the competition. We had a quick chat with the designer about why he chose a garbage bag, which judge's approval he seeks most, and who his biggest competition is.

Why did you choose garbage bags over anything else?

I chose the garbage bags for no reason. All the designers were not able to sketch a design concept before going to the hardware store, so it was challenging to pick items that I had no idea what to make of. I was not in favor of the garbage bags in the beginning due to the fact that it can almost be used as a fabric, and this was a challenge that pertained to "innovation," but I still kept them just in case. My design organically came together as I worked with the materials I found and that includes a drywall self-adhesive mesh tape that I utilized to give the garbage bags structure and leather like texture. As a finishing touch, I used Gapers tape to add color onto the entire look.

To hear more from winner Jay, read more

Are You Happy With Project Runway's Winning Look?

Posted By Fashion on Feb 12, 2010 at 12:00PM

The latest Project Runway challenge was one of the biggest in its history, in terms of the reward and pressure. The designers were asked to create a cover look for Marie Claire's April issue. And the cover model? Heidi Klum! As you can imagine, the work room turned completely quiet as the contestants worked nonstop to finish their magazine-worthy looks. Most did good, a couple drowned, but funny guy Anthony took the crown for his punchy one-shouldered blue minidress. All the judges, including guest judge and editor of the magazine Joanna Coles, loved it. Did you?


Project Runway Fashion Quiz: Season 7, Episode 4 "Design Your Heart Out"

Posted By Fashion on Feb 5, 2010 at 12:00PM

While most challenges on Project Runway involve svelte models, last night's episode was all about real women. And not just any real women, but ones who have had to overcome a disease. It was inspiring to hear their stories, both for the audience and the designers. Some even got teary eyed during their consultations. It was yet another round of amazing creations. Did you agree with the winner and loser? Test yourself below to see how well were you paying attention to the fashion details.


Fab Exclusive! Project Runway's Jay Nicolas Sario Is Legit (B*tches)!

Posted By Fashion on Jan 22, 2010 at 4:18PM

Meet Jay Nicolas Sario, last night's Project Runway winner. Here are some little-known facts about Jay: his favorite color is green, his favorite designer is Alexander McQueen, he is originally from The Philippines, his favorite model is Raquel Zimmermann, and his favorite fabrics are tweed, wool, denim, and leather (anything that can give structure and texture). Now that you kinda know him, you can really get to know him through our exclusive chat with him about last night's tricky challenge.

What was the inspiration for the winning dress?

Kasey's [his model] laid-back personal style and my tailored and yet relaxed design aesthetic inspired the winning little black dress that showcased fit and femininity. Kasey lives in Miami as a swimsuit model so I wanted to design a dress she can wear confidently whether she's in Miami, New York, or Los Angeles attending an industry party. We originally wanted a navy blue dress, but there were only a few colors of dye available so we've decided to go with black.

To read about his biggest challenge and more juice, read more

Project Runway Gets Hit With Potato Sacks: Love It or Hate It?

Posted By Fashion on Jan 22, 2010 at 11:00AM

On Project Runway last night, the designers were taken out of the city and onto the farm, where they found their models, standing in mud, wearing potato sacks. The challenge? To make a fashion-forward look out of burlap sacks. Only this time, the models served as clients and got to choose their designers. Once they returned to the city, the genius work began. I was highly impressed by most of the looks. It is not easy to make burlap look expensive, but many succeeded, especially winner Jay Nicolas! Click through to see all the outfits, then tell me which you loved and hated.


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