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Lifetime Unveils Premiere Date and Other Details for ‘Project Runway All Stars’

Nov 29, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Lifetime has taken the wraps off details about the upcoming “Project Runway All Stars,” which will bring back 13 former “Project Runway” designers.

The show will premiere Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

The network said in its announcement: “A new day has arrived for 13 of the show’s most talented and memorable designers who’ve come back to the catwalk to face a brand new panel of discerning eyes with host supermodel Angela Lindvall, world-famous designers Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman as judges and fashion tastemaker and mentor, Marie Claire Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles.”

The cable channel released the following list of participants:

Kenley Collins (Brooklyn, NY) — Season Five, Second Runner-up
Michael Costello (Palm Springs, CA) — Season Eight, Fourth Place
Gordana Gehlhausen (San Diego, CA) — Season Six, Fourth Place
Mondo Guerra (Denver, CO) — Season Eight, Runner-up
Mila Hermanovski (Los Angeles, CA) — Season Seven, Second Runner-up
Kara Janx (New York, NY) — Season Two, Fourth Place
Elisa Jimenez (New York, NY) — Season Four, 10th Place
April Johnston (Savannah, GA) — Season Eight, Fifth Place
Rami Kashou (Los Angeles, CA) — Season Four, Runner-up
Austin Scarlett (New York, NY) — Season One, Fourth Place
Jerell Scott (New York, NY) — Season Five, Fourth Place
Sweet P/Kathleen Vaughn (Pasadena, CA) — Season Four, Fifth Place
Anthony Williams (Atlanta, GA) — Season Seven, Fifth Place

Lifetime also noted: “The winner of ‘Project Runway All Stars’ will receive the most lucrative prizing ever in ‘Project Runway’ history. Prizes include an exclusive designer’s boutique in select Neiman Marcus stores and on NeimanMarcus.com, $100,000 in technology and office space to help grow their business from HP and Intel, $100,000 cash from L’Oreal Paris, a feature spread in Marie Claire, for which he or she will serve as a guest editor for one year, and a sewing and embroidery studio provided by Brother International.”

The show is produced by The Weinstein Company and Bunim-Murray Productions.

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