Project Runway is already casting for Season Six (you know, the one that'll be in LA) - So if you're fairly confident that you can construct a party dress out of banana peels, and can attend one of the semi-finals in either New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta or Dallas, apply on their site by July 16th (July 9th if you're in NYC - though we're not sure why), which should include: - a personal video - a "virtual portfolio" - and a completed version of the questionnaire (from their site) Good luck!
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Lord & Taylor Is the New Project Runway Sponsor
Project Runway's getting a new retail partnership for its 10th season; but in a way, they're going back to the beginning. After six seasons of e-tail partnerships with Bluefly and then Piperlime, they're going with Lord & Taylor. As you may recall, the show’s original retail sponsor when we still watched it it was on Bravo, was another department store--Macy's. Clearly, the show is eager to go back to the old formula, and having a department store sponsor--as opposed to an e-commerce one--could be a part of that. A retail sponsorship with Project Runway means a few things, but mainly that, throughout the season, contestants (who don't have meltdowns and leave) will choose pieces from the Lord & Taylor accessory wall to complete their looks and that the winner of the contest will have their collection sold by the retailer.
10 Questions for Project Runway Season 11
1. When did Project Runway become fashion Survivor? It can't be long until the teams start voting off the weakest link, right? 2. And why are the designers surprised to be staying in the same teams? Was it ever implied they'd be swapping members? 3. Why haven't these ping pong ball retrieving contraptions been marketed towards college students? Um, hello, beer pong... 4. Hold up! Joseph has a side career... screen printing cats onto sweaters? Dhani, are you aware of this?!