From The Great British Bake-Off to Project Runway, what makes a reality show format strong enough for it to survive once its stars depart?
Judge Zac Posen followed Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn out the Project Runway door.
The host and mentor of Project Runway have quit the show, which recently returned to Bravo. They’re now creating a new fashion competition for Amazon.
A quarter of a million dollars will be on the line for Project Runway season 17, which is looking for designers now.
Exclusive: Project Runway’s host, judges, and mentor, including Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, are not yet on board.
Reporting about Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment led Lifetime and A+E Networks to cancel their agreement to air two more seasons of Project Runway.
A decade after losing the show to Lifetime, Bravo has taken it back by buying the format from the bankrupt Weinstein Company.
Project Runway season one cast member Wendy Pepper, whose full name was Anne Eustis Pepper, died Sunday. Her obituary, published today in the Washington Post, and which also lists her name as Anne Pepper Stewart, says she “died peacefully on November 12, 2017, surrounded by her loving family,” but does not give a cause of… continue reading
Tim Gunn learned about Kentaro’s inspiration for his original composition—a dead cat. Tim had some reactions. I made some GIFs.
Project Runway season three fan-favorite designer Mychael Knight died Tuesday. The designer, who also competed on the third season of Project Runway All Stars and on the Project Runway: All Star Challenge, was 39. Obvious Magazine reported that “Mychael died at 7:25 am EST outside of Atlanta, GA on October 17, 2017, surrounded by his loving… continue reading
Claire Buitendorp had a different story to tell about her Project Runway 16 disqualification when she was interviewed by a newspaper for a story published late yesterday. On the show, she admits, twice, to measuring clothing at her apartment. But in an interview with The Lansing State Journal, she says she did not measure anything, but instead… continue reading
Claire Buitendorp was disqualified from Project Runway after admitting to measuring clothes in her hotel room. Meanwhile, Harvey Weinstein, whose former company owns the show, was removed from the credits after women came forward with stories of his harassment, assault, and rape.
Harvey Weinstein is on an indefinite leave of absence from The Weinstein Company after The New York Times published a report documenting almost 30 years of “allegations including sexual harassment and unwanted physical contact.”
A recap of Project Runway 16 episode 8, during which twins Claire and Shawn faced off, and Margarita and Michael accused the remaining twin of cheating.
Project Runway season 16 made a bad decision to let Shawn and Claire Buitendorp face off in an epic twin battle instead of just eliminating one of them.