Prajjé Oscar Jean-Baptiste, Chasity Sereal, Zayden Skipper and Bones Jones are four Black designers out of 16 on season 19 of "Project Runway."
Aspiring actor turned major model DD Smith moved from Miami to New York to be an actor and ended up making history on Project Runway.
A part of the franchise since Season 1, Editor In Chief of Elle Magazine, Nina Garcia, tells Hello Beautiful, "this is the most inclusive season, it's the most diverse season we've ever had from the judges to the models to the contestants."
The South American designers collection is full of deep colors and floral embellishments with an edgy feel.
As the plus-size fashion industry continues to push forward and break down the barriers of representation, inclusion and visibility, many plus-size models are finally getting the recognition they deserve with various high-profile jobs and opportunities. One such job is the opportunity to be a plus-size model for the new season of the long-running hit reality […]
Want to be a fashion designer? This Project Runway alum tells you how to...successfully.
You may not know this Tony Award nominee by name, but you definitely know him for his work! ESosa, runner up on the seventh season of “Project Runway” (he went by his first name, “Emilio,” on the show) is responsible for designing looks for some of Broadway’s biggest productions, including Motown: The Musical, where he designed over […]
After 12 seasons, “Project Runway” has it’s first African-American winner! Congrats are in order for the lovely and talented Dom Streater who beat out finalists Alexandria von Bromssen, Bradon McDonald, and Justin LeBlanc in last night’s finale to cinch the title. The quiet 24-year-old from Philadelphia won over judges Heidi Klum, Nina Garcia, Zac Posen and […]