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Hugh Jackman, Hillary Clinton & More Stars Pack Oscar de la Renta's Funeral

Celebrities Pay Tribute to Oscar de La Renta at Manhattan Funeral

Originally posted 11/03/2014 05:40PM

From Hillary Clinton to Hugh Jackman to Mikhail Baryshnikov, luminaries of the fashion, entertainment and media worlds packed a Manhattan church on Monday for the private funeral of legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta.

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What Do Selfies Have to Do with Michael Kors Spring Line? | Michael Kors

What Do Selfies Have to Do with Michael Kors Spring Line?

Originally posted 10/07/2014 04:00PM

Kors dishes on the best selfie pose and why he left one fashion staple out of his runway show.

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Halle Berry: This Pregnancy Was 'Biggest Surprise of My Life' | Halle Berry, Michael Kors

Halle Berry: This Pregnancy Was 'Biggest Surprise of My Life'

Originally posted 04/08/2013 12:15PM

"Thought I was kind of past the point where this could be a reality for me," the expectant actress explains

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Project Runway

Project Runway Season 10 Cast Revealed

Originally posted 06/15/2012 09:50AM



Project Runway is back! And it's the design competition's 10th anniversary season.

"I can't believe that it is Project Runway's 10th anniversary already!" says host and judge Heidi Klum."What an amazing milestone. I'm incredibly proud of the show and everything we've accomplished."

The new season, which kicks off Friday with a live runway show in New York City's Times Square, will begin airing July 19 (9 p.m. ET) on Lifetime.

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Project Runway Winner Is Already Getting Calls from Celebrities

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Project Runway Winner Is Already Getting Calls from Celebrities

Originally posted 10/28/2011 02:00PM

When she auditioned for Project Runway, she admitted she'd only been sewing for four months, but now Anya Ayoung-Chee is a bona-fide designer – with more than $100,000 in the bank.

The former Miss Trinidad and Tobago won Project Runway, a well-kept secret not revealed until Thursday night's episode.

"I finally feel like I can enjoy it now that I can tell everybody," Ayoung-Chee tells PEOPLE. "It's really overwhelming. I came from not expecting to go past the casting because of my sewing skills ... it's just the most unbelievable story, and I'm just along for the ride."

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POLL: Who Should Win Project Runway?

POLL: Who Should Win Project Runway?

Originally posted 10/23/2011 05:30PM

A lot of designers are out – but four are still in. Project Runway chose its finalists Thursday night, and in a not-so-surprise twist (it's happened before) all four remaining designers were sent through to New York City Fashion Week.

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Project Runway: Birds of a Feather

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Project Runway: Birds of a Feather

Originally posted 10/07/2011 07:00PM

When Heidi Klum told the Project Runway contestants they'd have to "spread [their] wings" this week, no one would've guessed she was being literal.

But designers met Tim Gunn in the workroom, and were greeted by four live birds – the inspiration for Thursday night's challenge.

The remaining six were split into teams of two and tasked with designing garments based on the bird assigned to their team. But Tim soon threw in a twist: teammates would actually be working against one another, creating their own looks. One team member would end up on top, the other in the bottom three. The winner would have his or her look featured in a L'Oréal advertorial – and win $20,000.

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Project Runway: Designing for a Different Decade

Project Runway: Designing for a Different Decade

Originally posted 09/30/2011 12:00PM

When everything that can go wrong does go wrong – well, sometimes, it's not necessarily a bad thing. That seemed to be the motto of Thursday's Project Runway, which centered on a frazzled Anya – who ultimately came out on top.

This week's assignment was to create a look inspired by the 1970s (not to be confused with their last challenge) and the winning garment would be produced and sold on Piperlime.com. Designers had $100 for their trip to Mood; some went for muted shades, some grabbed prints – and Anya lost her $100 after it fell out of the top of her pocket-less dress and disappeared into the rows of fine fabrics.

With no cash, the Runway standout had to scrape together whatever change her fellow contestants would give her; she ended up with $11.50 (courtesy of Anthony Ryan), enough to buy minimal yardage of a black-and-tan printed fabric, some buttons and a zipper.

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Project Runway: Designers Have Difficulties with Menswear

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Project Runway: Designers Have Difficulties with Menswear

Originally posted 09/23/2011 03:00PM

With a warning from Heidi Klum that "image is everything," designers set out to New York's Rockwood Music Hall on Thursday's episode of Project Runway, and learned of their toughest challenge yet: making menswear.

With the help of Garnier's Peter Butler, Tim Gunn introduced the Sheepdogs, an unsigned Canadian band that landed on the cover of Rolling Stone this August following an online vote. The up-and-comers needed a signature look to "take them to the next level," per Tim, so contestants were split into two teams. Olivier, Viktor, Kimberly and Josh were Team Untitled. And Laura, Anya, Bert and Anthony Ryan formed Team Harmony. Each designer would have to style one band member head-to-toe. The team's four looks didn't have to be cohesive.

Anya and Kimberly were particularly nervous about the challenge; neither had ever designed menswear. But Olivier, who specializes in the field, seemed to have a leg up. So after learning the Sheepdogs like suede, denim, boots, everyone dashed to Mood and got to work.

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Project Runway: Designing (for) Women

Project Runway: Designing (for) Women

Originally posted 09/16/2011 07:00AM

Lessons learned on Thursday's Project Runway: a man can't always define his significant other's personal style. And the only body part men think to highlight is, well, boobs. At least that's what happened when nine guys were invited into the workroom and teamed with designers to create garments for their wives and girlfriends.

Every designer chose a man to work with, thinking Thursday's challenge was about menswear. But as it turned out, contestants had to rely on these males to describe their ladies' personal style and preferences, and then take them to Mood to shop for suitable fabrics. Some designers fell right into step with their clients, but others, namely Olivier, had a very difficult time taking orders from another person.

In the workroom, the men had "unique" ways of describing their loved ones' tastes. The only thing Bert's client, Anthony, could focus on was his wife's ample chest, while Anya's partner, Mike, couldn't seem to name a color his wife didn't like.

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