Project Runway season 15←Project Runway season 14
Air weekdate:Thursday Cast:Tim Gunn, Heidi Klum, Zac Posen, Nina Garcia, Michael Kors, Erin Robertson, Brik Allen, Jenni Riccetti, Rik Villa, Dexter Simmons, Laurence Basse, Roberi Parra, Nathalia JMag, Cornelius Ortiz, Mah-Jing Wong, Tasha Henderson, Sarah Donofrio, Linda Marcus, Kimber Richardson, Ian Hargrove, Alex Snyder, Alexandra Vidal, Austin Scarlett, Daniel Franco, Jay McCarroll, Kara Saun, Kevin Johnn, Mario Cadenas, Nora Calguri, Robert Plotkin, Starr Ilzhoefer, Vanessa Riley, Wendy Pepper Genre:Reality Channel:Lifetime Status:Continuing
Project Runway season 15 episodes list:
Sixteen designers arrive in New York City, but a twist finds their launch party turning into an unconventional-materials challenge. Here, they must use party decorations to create their first look.
The designers must create an outfit to flatter all body types, and the challenge proves to be more difficult for some than others. Guest judge Nina Dobrev.
In Project Runway's first blacklight challenge, the designers have to create a look that sparkles not only in daylight, but under blacklights under the runway as well. Anxieties rise when the unusual materials leave many of the designers in the dark. Jaime King joins the judges this week.
The group creates swimsuits in a Heidi Klum Swimwear challenge; a lack of swimsuit experience sorely tests some contestants.
Business savvy is tested in this team challenge; designers must pitch collection ideas to raise money from a group of mystery investors.
A press-event bash turns into a challenge, spoiling the designers' festive mood. Model Emily Ratajkowski is the guest judge.
The designers recharge at Universal Studios Orlando, and must take in inspiration to design a look for Urban Jungle.
The second Team Challenge of the season leads to tensions and tantrums as the designers are forced to work together to create three-piece collections for a SoHo pop-up shop; Kelly Osbourne returns as a guest judge.
The designers go on a helicopter ride above New York; the designers must create an editorial, high fashion look for ``Marie Claire'' magazine.
The first-ever hybrid challenge tasks the clothiers to fashion innovative avant-garde looks by using conventional fabric and unconventional metal-themed materials.