Project Runway dresses, Barbie for sale online

Another last-minute gift idea for the Project Runway fan in your life: How about buying one of the dresses that appeared on the runway? All of the dresses are being auctioned off at the show’s store, in addition to other items, such as t-shirts created by the designers.

The clothes go on sale shortly after the show airs, so you can literally buy the dress of a model’s back. For example, dress that got Heidi kicked off sold for $90, while Santino’s winning dress from episode one sold for $500. Not bad for a famous one-of-a-kind dress.

By the way, also for sale is the Project Runway Barbie; you can pre-order it for $24.95.

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