Christian Siriano spoke to HL in an EXCLUSIVE interview about his response to the highest designers within the ‘Project Runway’ season 18 finale present.
One designer’s life shall be eternally modified after tonight’s finale of Project Runway, when one of many 4 last designers is topped the winner of season 18. One one who can completely attest to the life-changing outcomes of a Project Runway win is none apart from season four winner and present mentor, Christian Siriano. In talking to HollywoodLife.com after the taping of the Project Runway season 18 finale runway present, Christian reacted to the ultimate collections by the designers who confirmed.
“It’s so hard because I’ve been with them a lot, so I’m like, “Hmm….’” Christian reacted in an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife. “I’m actually really glad that I got to sit out here and watch because I really thought some of the work was amazing, beautiful, beautiful, really, really looked so expensive… and then some work wasn’t great.” In addition to complimenting the designs, Christian additionally spoke in regards to the tradition of inclusivity that Project Runway has embraced, like introducing plus dimension and disabled fashions to the runway. “We have to have it. It made no sense that we didn’t before,” he stated. “I’m so glad that all of the designers embrace these models. Like one designer opened the show with a wheelchair user is so fab and she killed it. She was like, so beautiful! She was so stunning. It was really nice to see.”
In addition to mentoring the contestants on Project Runway this season, Christian was additionally busy designing his Fall 2020 RTW assortment, which he confirmed at New York Fashion Week in early February. Sticking along with his constant theme of an inclusive runway with fashions of all shapes, sizes and races, Christian’s line was a punkish ode to Margot Robbie‘s Harley Quinn in Birds Of Prey.
Spotted within the entrance row on the arm of Rachel Bilson was additionally Christian’s newest design in collaboration with Ziploc to rejoice the launch of the reusable Ziploc Brand Accessory Bag. “We went through all my mom and my sister’s old crap and made a really cool art piece,” the designer stated of his spin on the Clutter Couture Bag. “The idea was, how do you make things that you’re going to get rid of and throw away, but reuse them in a cool way? I think that’s what we’re all talking about. Sustainability and how do we make something more interesting now? I loved the idea.”
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