Project Runway All-Stars kicks off January 5. Here, we refresh our memories about the designers who've set their sights on another shot at fashion glory.
Ever tire of the same old black and white? Mila Hermanovski doesn't! In fact, she has built her
career off of these two colors. During season 7 of Project Runway
, she could not get enough of black
and white, white and black, black, and white. However you can toss the two together, she was doing it.
One tight aesthetic, added to her confident personality, earned Mila a ride to Fashion Week.
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Mila Hermanovski's personality while on Project Runway
season 7 proved to be anything but black and
white, like that of her designs. Many fans of the show would probably describe her as too strong-willed and stubborn for their
liking. Mila, on the other hand, sees it quite differently. In an interview with TVGuide.com, she defended
her case by blaming editing. Watch the 2010 Q&A:
Maybe her aesthetic needed some touches of color and the show's producers decided to, for lack of
better wording, give her a boost? It never hurts ratings to give a "bitchy edit," either. However she was portrayed, when questioned about her final
collection, Mila proudly stood by her choices:
Mila defends her black-and-white signature aesthetic to Tim Gunn
The drama may be many months behind her, yet those classic shades remain for Mila. Since the showing of her
shadow-inspired collection at the Fall 2010 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Mila has created striking
works, all rooted in her beloved common denominator: Black and white. Both her Holiday 2010 and Rutilated 2011 fashions showcase edgy mod styles for the everyday woman.
Piece from Spring/Summer 2011 "Rutilated" Collection
There is no doubt that Mila Hermanovski's designs show signs that she can take the Project Runway: All-
stage, yet will we possibly see anything else but the humdrum black and white? Tune in January 5
on Lifetime to see how she fares against the other seasoned designers.Get to Know More PR All-Stars:Gordana GehlhausenMondo GuerraKenley CollinsMichael CostelloJillian JohnsonContributing Writer(Images: Lifetime, SenseofFashion.com)