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Ana Antolin


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Too Haute, Haute Damn

Much to our disappointment, there was no new episode of "Project Runway"(2004-present) last week (something to do with turkey and mashed potatoes), but luckily there was an episode TWO weeks ago that we did not write about (something to do with corn and pie). With that episode came the challenge ...

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Runway Roundup: Dexter-ize It

https://twitter.com/ProjectRunway/status/796913272003903488Much like "Project Runway" (2004-present) judge and designer Zac Posen’s recent impromptu seated Rockette/karate kick, this week’s episode might be a bit kitschy, but we love it. After the designers’ moms or female best friends ...

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Runway Roundup: Shiny is a color, right?

https://twitter.com/ProjectRunway/status/789271912300081152Like the first episode of this season of "Project Runway"(2004–present), this week’s show starts off with a party that — surprise!  — isn’t actually a party but an excuse to introduce the week’s challenge. The designers ...

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Runway Roundup: Justin and the popcorn

https://twitter.com/ProjectRunway/status/786942743742480384This week was a very special week because we had our boss and the Daily’s Executive Arts Editor, junior Justin Krakoff, as our guest judge. (Hi Justin, we love you. Please let us keep our column forever.) Justin is the ideal guest judge: he ...

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Runway Roundup: No glow-ting please

As “Frozen” (2013) fan, fashion designer and Project Runway judge Zac Posen so aptly exclaimed, this week’s challenge asked the designers to “Let it glow.” With the help of this week’s product placement, Transitions Lenses, the designers were asked to create a look that would be wearable ...

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Runway Roundup: Barbie goes to art school

There are three key lessons that we learned from this week’s episode of “Project Runway” (2004-present). Number one: At a time when the average woman is a size 14, designers still refuse to learn how to make clothing for any one under 5’10” and larger than a size two. Number two: "Project ...

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Runway Roundup: Revving Up for Season 15

For the uninitiated, "Project Runway" (2004-present) is “on Lifetime, I guess?” The show is in its 15th season and has stacked up an impressive 50 Emmy nominations despite using phrases like “magically muppety” to describe its designers’ work. Some say the task of quantifying such ...

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