Top Design 2 concluded Wednesday with Nathan Williams winning the $100,000 prize, defeating Preston Lee and Ondine Karady. The judges said they appreciated Nathan’s growth during the competition and were “always dying to see what [Nathan would] come up with next.” They didn’t specify a runner-up. Now that its second season is complete, it’s quite… continue reading
Top Design 2
Bravo’s Top Design is well into its second season, and its changes have definitely improved the series, although it’s still no Top Chef. The new producers have demoted Todd Oldham to mentor (although he’s now essentially useless, since he comes around so late in the process), adding India Hicks as host and judge (she’s wonderfully… continue reading
That Top Design made it to a second season, which debuts tonight at 10 p.m. ET, is probably about as surprising as Shear Genius had a second season, since both were weak, deformed siblings of Project Runway and Top Chef. For some reason, 12 of the 13 contestants are from the same four cities: New… continue reading
Bravo’s reinvention and makeover of its interior decorator competition series Top Design has resulted in the show getting a new host and producers, but keeping its trio of sucky judges. A press release says the show will also have “a new look in high-definition” and “is currently in production and is set to air on… continue reading
Having greenlit second seasons of its competition series Top Design and Shear Genuis, Bravo is now casting for contestants for each one. Top Design 2 wants “[u]p-and-coming as well as established Interior Design professionals and aspirants,” especially if you’re fond of putting unnecessary capitalization in your designs. Open auditions will be held in San Francisco… continue reading
Bravo has renewed Top Design and Shear Genius, the bastard offspring of Project Runway and Top Chef, but will make changes to the former.