Got to love when FIDM is the grand prize! "Project Runway: Junior" Season 2 Designers were recently released to the public. They are ages 13 to 17, and are already a creative force to compete with their best designs. Emmy Award winner Tim Gunn and model Hannah Jeter will host the competition. Judges are fashion designers Kelly Osbourne and Christian Siriano, with Seventeen Magazine and Cosmopolitan Executive Fashion Editor Aya Kanai.
The winning designer of the competition will receive a full scholarship to FIDM, a sewing and crafting home studio, $25,000 to launch their line and Seventeen Magazine feature.
"Project Runway: Junior" Season 2 premieres Dec. 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT and will move to 9 p.m., beginning Dec. 29.
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Project Runway finalist and FIDM Alumna Candice Cuoco was on campus this week to speak to Fashion Design Premier Group Students at the Los Angeles campus. Candice, who chatted with students about everything from pattern making to the importance of social med … Read More
Three FIDM Alumni are currently appearing on Season 15 of Project Runway (pictured above, from left to right): Rik Villa (who won the Swimsuit Competition last week; his design is now being sold within Heidi Klum's Intimates Line), Jenni Riccetti, and Dexter … Read More
Fashion Design Graduate Jenni Riccetti (standing, second from right) will be a contestant on Season 15 of Project Runway. The 22-year-old designer is the owner of Riccetti Clothing, a men's and women's startup label that's hand-sewn in San Francisco. FIDM an … Read More
FIDM Graduates and Project Runway alums Alexander Pope (Season 12) and Daniel Franco (Season 1 and 2) will compete on Project Runway All Stars Season 5. Host Alyssa Milano will return alongside judges Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman, while Marie Claire's … Read More