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While Henderson works on a collection he hopes to market to major retail chains, he's currently creating custom work.
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With the launch of the sassy Southerner's new website, Williams is looking to branch into the wholesale retail sector. And he hopes to become the official gown designer of Miss USA and Miss Universe — obviously.
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After taking some time to travel following her victory, Shabayeva
is focused on building a global womenswear brand with new lines that include jewelry and accessories.
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Whitfield moved to New York City and launched a bridal line in the spring of 2010. She has blogged for People and Lifetime, hosted fashion events and charity benefits and travels for trunk shows at bridal salons.
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Marshall, aka "Leanimal," recently created a fall 2009 collection and participated in several local fashion shows with her merchandise available online, as well as in select stores in Oregon.
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Shortly after her season, Collins made headlines when she allegedly threw a cat at her fiancé during a fight and pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. She will be presenting her Spring 2010 collection at the end of August at Magic in Las Vegas. And she's still designing those vintage headpieces.
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Siriano, whose various catchphrases assaulted the nation in 2008 (remember "hot tranny mess"?), has kept extremely busy, having shown collections at New York Fashion Week, designing shoes and bags for Payless, creating a line of makeup for Victoria's Secret and writing a style guide titled Fierce Style: How to Be Your Most Fabulous Self.
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Besides being TVGuide.com's resident fashion expert, March has continued to design costumes for the likes of Beyonce, Prince, Madonna and the Cirque du Soleil show. He also designed Meryl Streep's red carpet gowns for the 2010 Golden Globes and Oscars, and has released a photographic coffee table book called I Heart Chris March.
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Sebelia, fondly remembered for making a contestant's mother cry during a challenge, is the head designer of L.A.-based brand Fluxus.
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The prim mother of six (baby No. 6 was on board during the filming of her season) continues to design and has a her own line, "LBD," sold on QVC. She also wrote a parenting book, titled Didn't I Feed You Yesterday, and contributes regularly to The Daily Beast.
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Dao's designs were featured in the Smithsonian Museum's "Exit Saigon, Enter Little Saigon" exhibit in 2007, and she debuted her "Simply" line on QVC the same year. The fashionista also launched her "Dao Chloe Dao" wholesale line in 2008.
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— whose spot-on impression of Tim Gunn redeemed his villainous ways — has since served as a judge on RuPaul's Drag Race on Logo and is teaming up with Season 1 alum Austin Scarlett for a new series, On the Road with Austin & Santino, on Lifetime.
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Scarlett has appeared as a commentator on networks including NBC, MTV and E! and has been published in everything from Elle to The New York Daily News. He currently serves as the creative director of the Kenneth Pool bridal collection and will appear alongside Season 2's Santino Rice on Lifetime's On the Road with Austin & Santino.
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McCarroll seemed to fall off the face of the planet after he turned down the show's $100,000 prize after his 2006 win. He was the subject of the documentary Eleven Minutes in 2008, and launched his blog and designer fashion boutique The Colony the same year. He most recently appeared as a contestant on VH1's Celebrity Fit Club.