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Season 3

"Project Runway All Stars" Season 3 on Lifetime is a reality fashion competition series that is a spin-off of "Project Runway." In fashion, one day you're in; and the next day, you're out — But for 11 lucky former "Project Runway" contestants, the second and last chance to prove their talent has arrived. In its most competitive season ever, former top-ranking "Project Runway" contestants will return to N.Y. to compete in the third season.

For the returning designers, the competition will go into overdrive when it is revealed that three past "Project Runway" winners are among this season's crop of contestants, as new host Alyssa Milano ("Mistresses," "Charmed") warns that on "All Stars," even the smallest mistake will send you packing. Receiving guidance from new mentor, TV fashion correspondent and Marie Claire's Senior Fashion Editor Zanna Roberts Rassi, this season's designers must prove to Project Runway All Stars' esteemed panel of judges, Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman, that they can fight through the toughest and most demanding fashion challenges thrown at them — again. A-list celebrity guest judges confirmed to appear this season include film and TV stars Abigail Breslin, Kristin Chenoweth, Gabourey Sidibe and Elisabeth Moss, actor, comedian and radio/TV personality Nick Cannon, rocker Debbie Harry, supermodel Bar Refaeli, anchor Gayle King and TV host Lisa Robertson, as well as esteemed fashion personalities Nate Berkus and Michael Urie. Also guest judging this season are Project Runway's Nina Garcia and Zac Posen, along with previous Runway winners Christian Siriano (season four) and Anya Ayoung-Chee (season nine), as well as "All Stars" season one and two winners Mondo Guerra and Anthony Ryan Auld.

In addition, television icon Marge Simpson will make a special guest appearance on "Project Runway All Stars" this season.

With the largest prize package in Runway history at stake, worth almost one million dollars, who will seize this opportunity and fight for this chance of a lifetime?

The "Project Runway All Stars" Season 3 contestants include Jeffrey Sebelia (Season 3, Winner), Mychael Knight (Season 3, Fourth Place), Korto Momolu (Season 5, Runner-Up), Irina Shabayeva (Season 6, Winner), Seth Aaron Henderson (Season 7, Winner), Ari South (Season 8, Third Place), Viktor Luna (Season 9, Third Place), Melissa Fleis (Season 10, Third Place), Christopher Palu (Season 10, Fourth Place), Elena Slivnyak (Season 10, Sixth Place) and Daniel Esquivel (Season 11, Fourth Place).

The winner of "Project Runway All Stars" will be given the ultimate in prize packaging, which includes a fashion spread in Marie Claire and a position at the magazine as Contributing Editor for one year; Next Generation technology and office space from HP and Intel to help grow their business and bring their creative vision to life; a year's supply of resource Natural Spring Water and an all-expenses paid, luxurious trip for two to South East Asia courtesy of resource Water; professional hair styling and photography for all of the designer's upcoming fashion shows throughout the year, courtesy of Alterna Haircare; from Mary Kay, an entire year's worth of beauty products for their fashion shows as well as professional makeup artist services for their debut show; a cash prize of $150,000 and a complete custom sewing studio to launch the winning line from Brother Sewing and Embroidery.

"Project Runway All Stars" is produced by The Weinstein Company and Bunim/Murray Productions. Executive producers are Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein (Co-Chairmen of The Weinstein Company), Meryl Poster and Barbara Schneeweiss of The Weinstein Company, Jonathan Murray and Gil Goldschein of Bunim/Murray Productions, Rob Bagshaw ("Top Chef Masters," "Paradise Hotel") and Rob Sharenow, Gena McCarthy and David Hillman of Lifetime Television.


Season 2

"Project Runway All Stars" Season 2 on Lifetime is a reality fashion competition series that is a spinoff of "Project Runway" that brings back the Emmy Award-nominated series' past contestants.

They're back (again) and ready to win — with a vengeance! 13 talented designers from past seasons of the Emmy Award-nominated "Project Runway" return to the workroom for another shot at being the last designer standing on the runway in the second season. Featuring new host supermodel Carolyn Murphy, these designers will have to prove to judges Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman and mentor Joanna Coles, former Editor-in-Chief of Marie Claire that they have what it takes to win. The second season will also include top name celebrity guest judges, including Katie Holmes, Kylie Minogue, Stacy Keibler, Liv Tyler and Gretchen Mol as well as respected fashion luminaries such as Diane von Furstenberg, Jason Wu, Margherita Missoni, Charlotte Ronson, Rafe Totengco and Elie Tahari plus fashion blogging sensation Tavi Gevinson and cameo appearances by Karl Lagerfeld and the House of Valentino.

The competition will be as fierce as ever, as these "Project Runway" fan favorites must once again prove they still have the talent, innovation and creativity that made them a household name. With the biggest prize package in Runway history, bragging rights and the chance for redemption all on the line, who will have what it takes to impress this panel of judges and finally take home fashion's top prize?

"Project Runway All Stars" Season 2 contestants include Wendy Pepper (Season 1, Second Runner-Up), Andrae Gonzalo (Season 2), Kayne Gillaspie (Season 3), Uli Herzner (Season 3), Stephen "Suede" Whitney Baum (Season 5), Althea Harper (Season 6, First Runner-Up), Emilio Sosa (Season 7, First Runner-Up), Peach Carr (Season 8), Casanova (Season 8), Ivy Higa (Season 8), Anthony Ryan Auld (Season 9), Laura Kathleen (Season 9) and Joshua McKinley (Season 9, First Runner-Up).

The winner of Season 2 will have the chance to create a custom-branded capsule collection for Nine West, and will be awarded a cash prize of $150,000, a sewing and embroidery studio provided by Brother Sewing and Embroidery, an all-expenses paid trip around the world to attend fashion weeks in cities such as Paris, London, Milan and Tokyo courtesy of Laura Mercier and a technology suite/office space from HP and Intel to bring the designer's creativity to life and run his or her business. The winner will also receive a fashion spread in Marie Claire magazine and a position with the publication as Contributing Editor for one year.


Season 1

"Project Runway All Stars" on Lifetime is a reality fashion competition series that is a spin-off of "Project Runway" that brings back more than a dozen of the Emmy Award-nominated series' past contestants. As they face the most demanding challenges in the history of "Project Runway" to claim the highest stakes ever for the franchise, each designer will have the rare opportunity to redeem themselves before an entirely new panel of fashion experts closely reviewing their work. World-famous designers Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman will serve as judges on the new series, which will be hosted by supermodel Angela Lindvall and feature fashion tastemaker and Marie Claire Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles as mentor for the "Runway" veterans.

With a clean design slate, a fresh perspective on their art and a different mentor providing her own counsel and insight, the 13 designers set to have another judgment day by proving they still have the innovation, talent and poise that made them household names will now have to meet even higher expectations from Mizrahi and Chapman.

The "Project Runway All Stars" contestants include Austin Scarlett (Season 1, 4th Place), Kara Janx (Season 2, 4th Place), Elisa Jimenez (Season 4, 10th Place), Rami Kashou (Season 4, Runner-Up), Kathleen "Sweet P" Vaughn (Season 4, 5th Place), Jerell Scott (Season 5, 4th Place), Kenley Collins (Season 5, Second Runner-up), Gordana Gehlhausen (Season 6, 4th Place), Anthony Williams (Season 7, 5th Place), Mila Hermanovski (Season 7, Second Runner-up), April Johnston (Season 8, 5th Place), Michael Costello (Season 8, 4th Place) and Mondo Guerra (Season 8, Runner-Up).

These designers will each vie for 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 dollars 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.





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