After tears and some intense therapy, Mondo Guerra took home the crown on Project Runway All Stars' finale, beating out fellow finalists Austin Scarlett and Michael Costello.
Project Runway All Stars recap: Who won?
Guerra was the odds-on favorite to win considering he was the runner-up on Season 8 and had consistently won on All Stars. But during Part 1 of the finale, some fans were ...
Project Runway All Stars, Isaac Mizrahi, Georgina Chapman and Angela Lindvall
Thirteen designers returned to Project Runway All Stars for a second chance at the ultimate fashion fame. Three months later, only three remain: Austin Scarlett, Michael Costello and Mondo Guerra.
Austin Scarlett, Michael Costello, Mondo Guerra
After being given a second chance at greatness, which Project Runway All Stars designer will take home the crown?
Thirteen lucky designers returned to the runway, and after facing challenges ranging from Muppet couture to seasonal sportswear, only three remain to battle it out in the finale Thursday (9/8c, Lifetime): Austin Scarlett, Michael Costello and Mondo Guerra. At stake is the coveted title, the chance to sell their collection in select Neiman Marcus stores and on NeimanMarcus.com, a fashion spread in Marie Claire magazine, a one-year position as guest editor of the magazine, Brother sewing equipment, $100,000 in technology and office supplies from HP and Intel and $100,000 cash.
Can Austin Scarlett finally sew up a win on Project Runway? Or is it Mondo Guerra's turn to take to the victory catwalk?
On Thursday at 9/8c on Lifetime, Project Runway returns with a special All Stars edition that brings back 13 designers. With a new host, supermodel Angela Lindvall, judges — design icon Isaac Mizrahi and...
Project Runway All Stars
In fashion, you're either in or you're out. On reality TV, you're on or you're off. But, in the case of 13 Project Runway veterans, you're back for an all-star season.
Lifetime on Monday announced the show's alumni who'll again compete in the game of sewing, cutting and crying in Project Runway All Stars. The 12-episode series will feature an entirely different administrative lineup than its source show (now in its ninth season). Supermodel Angela Lindvall is taking over Heidi Klum's role as host...
On the Road with Austin & Santino
A pair of Project Runway's most memorable alums, Season 1's Austin Scarlett and Season 2's Santino Rice, have teamed up for the new design-makeover series On the Road With Austin & Santino (Thursday, 10:30/9:30c, Lifetime). "It's a fantastic cross-country adventure," gushes Austin, a bridal-wear designer who won the first-ever Runway challenge by transforming cornhusks into couture. "Santino and I are bringing high fashion to an American woman at a special time in her life."
These American women....
Austin Scarlett and Michael Knight, Project Runway
Project Runway (Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET, Bravo) has certainly had its share of colorful characters — and inspired creations — over the past four seasons. So which of the reality hit's wannabe designers have found a pattern for success? We checked in with the winners and notable also-rans to find out just what they're up to now.
Wendy PepperVirginia mom Pepper, the controversial dark-horse finalist from PR1, is sticking close to home. Her new line, Pretty World, is being sold exclusively through Highcliffe Clothiers, right down the street in Middleburg, Virginia. "I walk to work and make my line at the shop," says Pepper, 43. "First come, first served!" She extended her Bravo career on Celebrity Poker Showdown and Battle of the Network Reality Stars, and she doesn't rule out returning to TV — "Never say never!"
Jay McCarrollAfter winning PR1
When the Project Runway designers were asked to create a Grammy gown for Access Hollywood's Nancy O'Dell, Austin Scarlett — who seemed a shoo-in for the final three — lost out to the far less creative Wendy Pepper. Why? His dress was too glamorous. The sneaky Pepper's final showdown against cool costumer Kara Saun and wild-child styler Jay McCarroll airs tonight at 9pm/ET on Bravo.
"With Wendy's designs, we thought she had a good chance of being eliminated, but she managed slip by in every episode," Scarlett laments to TVGuide.com. "[But] I was kind of prepared for anything, so I wasn't too completely heart-wrenched."
O'Dell tried to soften the blow, however, by asking the aspiring couturier to design her Oscar gown. So will we see her rocking an Austin Scarlett original this week? Unfortunately, no. "Austin never called Nancy's stylist to follow thr