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"Project Runway" Season 12 is underway! Here's a look at Marie Claire's Katie Connor, Tim Gunn (!) and PR alum Seth Aaron Henderson at the casting table in Seattle.
There will be an open casting call in New York City on April 24 from 10:00 to 4:00 at the Hilton New York, Concourse C. For more details, click here.
Which city do you think will have the best designers? Sound off below!
"Project Runway" continues its quest around the country in search for top designers! Here's a sneak peek at Season 10's casting session in New York City run by Seth Aaron Henderson, Mondo Guerra and Marie Claire's Katie Connor:
What kind of designs do you want to see rock the runway during "Project Runway" Season 10? Sound off below!
"Project Runway" Season 10 is on the road looking for the top talent with casting sessions in cities around the country! And who better to lead the search than our very own "PR" superstars? Get your very first glimpse of Season 10's Seattle casting session run by Marie Claire's Jeremy Spears, Mondo Guerra and Seth Aaron Henderson:
What kind of designers do YOU want to see on "Project Runway" Season 10? Sound off below!
From the first guy who ever took home the big win (Jay McCarroll) to the woman who caused quite the controversy at the judges' deliberation when she won Season 8 (Gretchen Jones), we've got updates on all eight winners of "Project Runway" and what they're up to on the fashion scene.
Flip through our "Project Runway" Winners: Where Are They Now? photo gallery to find out what Jay McCarroll, Chloe Dao, Jeffrey Sebelia, Christian Siriano, Leanne Marshall, Irina Shabayeva, Seth Aaron Henderson and Gretchen Jones have been up to since they showed at New York Fashion Week and wowed the world.
It’s time for ye olde team challenge again, and we’re finally beginning to realize ... that no one wants to work with Mila this season. Did you see the look of panic on their faces when Tim was assigning team members? It was like a scene from “Mean Girls.” Maybe they don’t like color blocking. Maybe they think that one girl with a dark bob haircut is one too many. Whatever the reason is, I don’t really understand it, because she hasn’t really done anything to warrant that much video-confessional whining.
Never mind, because Seth Aaron and Emilio are sittin’ in a tree! S-E-W-I-N-G! Somewhere in a vault, on a tape labeled “Bromance,” there is slow-motion footage of these two at Parsons, skipping through yards of dark denim together, culminating in a high-five. Never in the history of “Runway” has a team ever taken that much joy in a pairing and it showed. Not only because they took home the win, but also because they made show history with the first double win for both designers.
In other news, I really wish Team Amy and Jonathan had watched an episode or two of “Gossip Girl” on their free Monday nights, because clearly that inspirational stroll through the Upper East Side was far from helpful. Amy’s design on Jonathan’s model Cerri looked like an apron I bought at Anthropologie last year. And, as you know, van der Woodsens don’t cook. Or wear that.
There are only seven designers left! Sound off now if you think the wrong designer was given the boot: