Let’s proceed to the list of the most successful project runway designers through 2018. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it. The world of runways is really not my cup of tea – especially not that I have checked out the latest fashion shows for women and men.. But if you are an aspiring designer or simply have a passion for fashion, Project Runway had you sitting in front of your TV, watching in awe and cheering for your favs to make it to the next level. The show was something brand new when it first appeared in 2004 and provided the wider audience with a deeper insight into the world of clothing design. Being a designer is not as appreciated and rewarding. After all, what are so many graduates of Design Schools doing nowadays? Certainly not becoming names for themselves, or at least the majority is not. The road is paved with hard labor, creativity, loss of inspiration, ups and downs, and strict deadlines – all of which were shown on the program.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the most successful project runway designers through 2018 from their list.
The first one can be Christian Siriano now. Whenever there’s a discussion about the greatest or most successful Project Runway Contestants, the name of Christian Siriano pops up. His net worth is “only” $1.9 million, but he’s got plenty of millionaire customers. Michelle Obama is one of them. The second designer on our short list should be Leanne Marshall. With a very recognizable style and niche market, she is highly successful, and the chances are she’s going to be even more in the year to come. Everyone is simply in love with her designs and gowns, especially the famous Leanne Marshall rain cloud dress. At last, but not least we are mentioning Anya Ayoung – Chee. Perhaps we wouldn’t be much mistaken to name Anya Ayoung-Chee the most beautiful in the list. She’s still very much occupied with her Pilar clothesline and a lingerie line in her home country.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 8 most successful project runway designers through 2018.