Most know designer Mychael Knight from the third season of "Project Runway" in 2006, where he won a “Fan Favorite” award and placed fourth.
"As long as Trump and his followers keep opening their nasty and big mouths, the dress will keep getting more and more popular," says designer Rey Ortiz.
Heidi Klum is the name behind a full-range clothing line, and she's doing it in collaboration with German grocery store Lidl.
On “Project Runway,” 27-year-old Ayana Ife is a Muslim woman who is trying to show women that you can be Muslim and still be trendy and fashion-forward.
Project Runway host Tim Gunn has been incredibly vocal on his belief that the fashion industry fails to cater to all shapes and sizes. In a scathing op-ed for The Washington Post earlier this year, the fashion mentor slammed designers for not creating for the plus-size market or acknowledging the size of contemporary women. “Isn’t it time that fashion designers address the real world?” he wonders.
Tim Gunn is not afraid to speak his mind. Last year the Project Runway co-host and design educator dared to say what most don’t — that the Kardashians’ style is “distasteful” and Kanye West’s fashion line is “dumb.” And on Thursday he penned an article for The Washington Post slamming American designers for their refusal to make clothes that fit the average size woman. “I love the American fashion industry, but it has a lot of problems, and one of them is the baffling way it has turned its back on plus-size women,” he writes.
Happy birthday Yahoo! In honor of its 20th anniversary, we’ve assembled a list of the top 20 things that have shaped fashion and style over the past 20 years. The Sartorialist, then Tommy Ton, and now countless blogs turned the fashion on the sidewalks, instead of the runway, into a circus—and multi-million dollar careers. Four ladies with a penchant for sex, shoes and snappy conversation—not to mention a lot of love for New York City—still influence fashion around the world, nearly ten years after the show went off the air.