Project Runway Season 15 Spring Fashion Favorite Looks 2017

Project Runway Season 15 Spring Fashion Favorite Looks 2017

The Cast of ‘Project Runway’ Season 15 Pick Their Favorite Looks From Fashion Month. Spring 2017 highlights ahead.

Project Runway Season 15: Erin Robertson’s Spring 2017

We review Project Runway Season 15 winner Erin Robertson’s collection, which she presented at Spring 2017 New York Fashion Week. “I don’t know much about fashion, but I know it when I see it.”

Project Runway – Official Site

The designers are tasked with creating an on-the-go look for friends and family of the Project Runway crew, but the good spirited challenge takes an ugly turn when accusations of cheating cloud the results of a contentious runway.

Project Runway (season 15) – Wikipedia

Project Runway Season 15 is the fifteenth season of the television show Project Runway, appearing on Lifetime.The season began on September 15, 2016, and attracted 1.72 million total viewers. There are 16 designers competing to become “the next great American designer.”

Original network: Lifetime

Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Fashion shows – Vogue

All the Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear fashion show coverage in one place. The Top 10 Most-Viewed Spring 2017 Shows on Vogue Runway Bella, Anwar, and Yolanda Hadid in the Best Looks …

Project Runway Season 16 – Final Six Runway at NYFW

Oct 19, 2017 · Lifetime’s Project Runway Season 16 showcased six collections at NYFW Spring ’18. The final six contestants are Michael, Kenya, Ayana, Kentaro, Brandon and Margarita.

‘Project Runway’ Winner is L.A.–based Fashion Instructor

The 16th season of the fashion reality show “Project Runway” concluded with the top prize going to Kentaro Kameyama, the first Japanese winner of the long-running Lifetime television show. Wednesday, November 22, 2017 Looks from Kameyama’s finale show on “Project Runway” Pantone Releases Color Trends for Spring/Summer 2019.

‘Project Runway’ finalists debut collections at NYFW

Sep 08, 2017 · ‘Project Runway’ Season 16 finalists debut collections at New York Fashion Week. The audience saw six collections, but they weren’t told who designed each of them.