04:03 AM EDT 12/16/2014
Originally posted 08/22/2013 12:15PM
Christian Siriano is known for his flashy fashion, so he'll be wearing something extra fierce on his wedding day – right?
"We have, like, no plans yet," the Project Runway winner told PEOPLE at Moët Chandon's 270th Anniversary party in New York on Tuesday. "I haven't had time with planning [my upcoming] collection – I know, it's really sad."
The designer and his fiancé, recording artist Brad Walsh, exchanged Saint Laurent engagement bracelets in July – and Tweeted photos of their newly accessorized wrists – but have decided very little about their upcoming nuptials.
Originally posted 07/19/2012 07:00AM
Heidi Klum has so far been successful in passing down strong sense of style to her children.
"We have a rule in the house," the supermodel recently told reporters during a conference call. "Rule No. 1 is always to look cool, and rule No. 2 is don't forget about rule No. 1. We have other rules ... but the No. 1 rule is to always look cool."
Of her four kids – Leni, 8, Henry, 6½, Johan, 5½, and Lou, 2½ – the first two take the rule "very seriously," Klum says. "Henry changes clothes 10 times a day and he wants to be very cool. I mean, he would wear a T-shirt and then he will wear a tie just around his neck, knotted, and then a belt over the shirt."
Originally posted 12/15/2011 05:55AM
Julianne Moore and Uma Thurman hung out together at a party for Waterford crystal in N.Y.C. Moore gave her friend a tour of the party space, which featured a tower of more than 500 champagne flutes. The ladies caught up on work and holiday plans before Thurman headed out to a late dinner with some producer pals. Moore stuck around, though, and mingled with partygoers like designer Christian Siriano.
Originally posted 10/15/2010 08:00AM
The poor Project Runway contestants! They designers were mentally and physically exhausted on Thursday's episode and unfortunately that fatigue showed on the runway. But it didn't stop four of the five remaining designers from getting super-close to their dream: New York City Fashion Week.
The challenge kicked off with a visit from N.Y.C. Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who told the contestants they'd be designing one final garment inspired by the Big Apple itself. Designers had $500 and two hours to find a city landmark that inspired them. Michael C. chose the Statue of Liberty, April and Mondo were drawn to the Brooklyn Bridge, Andy spent time in Central Park and Gretchen found herself wandering the Lower East Side.
In the workroom, Tim Gunn emphasized how important it was for contestants to "wow" the judges. But at times it seemed that exhaustion – and pure frustration – got in the way of designers' visions. Mondo even fell asleep in the break room for a solid two hours. Gretchen came to a standstill with her uninspired design, and Andy doubted his garment, telling the cameras he "gave birth to a Chinese prostitute." Tim warned him he was skewing too Real Housewives of New Jersey.
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