If you are interested in the world of designers, come along with us and kindly read the article about Project Runway winners: worst to the best. Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving us some very useful tips.
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 four winners from their list.
Now let’s the first winner: Erin Robertson. She is the last person who was victorious. The winner of season 15 of the show still has a lot to learn and to achieve. Still, bearing in mind so much amazement and adoration her clothes provoked, we believe this original designer has a bright future ahead of her. The second designer on our list is Seth Aaron Henderson. Here we have a double winner – of season 7 and season 3 of All Stars. Also, he also created a line for Ipad cases with Maroo. It is a well-known fact that if you are doing business with Apple, you are a success. Still, he hasn’t been very prominent in the media lately.Michelle Lesniak-Franklin is the third winner here. A bit higher in our ranking of most and least successful Project Runway winners, there is Michelle Lesniak-Franklin. As a self-taught designer, she deserves all the credit and awe for how far she has gone. This lady has quite an effect on Portland fashion industry, and they absolutely adore her. The last winner is a lady, Chloe Dao. She was the winner of Season 2 and had a streak for business. She decided to take the opposite direction from all the other winners and decided to cooperate with QVC and design clothes for them. The trick was that by working for someone else, she eliminated the obligation to pay for manufacture costs.
For any further useful information read Insider Monkey’s article about Project Runway winners: worst to the best.