Note: The video that Ariel is talking about is on the "Project Runway on Bravo" page, NOT the "Project Runway" page because the latter is covering All Stars.
Watched the preview and got excited. The short snippets of fashions going down the runway looked hot and exciting, the drama seems low, lots of shots of them actually working in the workroom. Christian, from what I can see is doing a good job advising the designers. It looks like a good group this time and I'm excited and can't wait for the premiere!
Watching PR 4 on Bravo this Saturday morning until 2 PM. To see Christian, Chris March, Rami and Jillian compete for the right to walk the runway in The Park is so much fun. They even played the Designers Tell All episode before the Finale.
Last Edit: Mar 10, 2019 19:58:54 GMT by Arielflies
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If you have On Demand there's a 7 minute sneak peak of this season. Apparently the first thing they do is have the designers send down the runway a piece from their work that best describes them as a designer. I saw a lot of great looks, and a lot of older, more experienced designers this time around. I'm excited and can't wait to watch this Thursday.
If you have On Demand there's a 7 minute sneak peak of this season. Apparently they have the designers send down the runway first thing a piece from their work that best describes them as a designer. I saw a lot of great looks, and a lot of older, more experienced designers this time around. I'm excited and can't wait to watch this Thursday.
It's also at the Bravo website, no login required to watch it
"It was the show's first run without Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, who reigned while Runway ran on Bravo and then on Lifetime. Back on Bravo now, it features model Karlie Kloss in the host role and designer (and former Project Runway winner) Christian Siriano in the mentor role.
"Not only did the season wind up being a strong argument that a show like this can continue with a new host, but it also almost became an argument for changing hosts as the first, not the last, option for shows that have grown stale. I surprised myself with my affection for it and certainly with my affection for Siriano, not my favorite back when he was a contestant.
"Kloss is still getting her feet under her, but she has been just fine at this job — at least as good as Klum was when she was new to it. She has a warm presence, friendly and supportive, and she seems very happy to be there.
"But the big surprise, at least to me, has been Christian Siriano. While entirely different from the rightly beloved Tim Gunn, he has proved to be a funny and smart and honest mentor, one who brings the right amount of reality-show zazz while also making all kinds of sense. Success doesn't flatter everyone, but it's flattered him."
I don't. I still miss Heidi and Tim, although I agree that Christian did a fine job. I have no problems with him coming back. It was also funny being reminded that Christian was a jerk when he was a contestant. So proud of him growing and changing over the years.
As for "Karli is just like Heidi when the latter started," please. Go back and watch the very first episode. Tim was very unsure of himself (I don't think he talked until the next episode!) but Heidi already acted like she owned it.
I love Brandon and am glad he will return, too. However, designing for Lady Gaga is not something that impresses me. I do love how the author called Hester's aesthetic a "clown picnic." Truer words were never spoken.