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.
Kathleen "Sweet P" Vaughn can cross quite a few things off her bucket list. She's participated in a
motorcycle gang (the fun kind), competed on season 4 of Project Runway
and landed her very own
BuddyTV article! (Well, two out of those three are impressive.) And now Sweet P can cross off another item she probably didn't even know was possible: She'll return on Project Runway: All-Stars
, and bring her super-girly approach to a vintage,
retro aesthetic along with her.
Project Runway History
Sweet P may not have won any challenges during her fourth season, but that doesn't mean her designs
went unnoticed. She placed fifth in the competition, yet was still able to showcase a collection
at Fashion Week.
Sweet P's Collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2008
Confused about how Sweet P was able to show a collection at Bryant Park after being eliminated? I was
too, until she so graciously explained it all for us. She also reveals her true feelings about working with
the other designers, including fellow All-Star Rami Kashou
. Take a look:
It has been almost five years since seeing Sweet P's designs strut down the runway. That's a lot of
time to work on other projects and that's exactly what she's done. In addition to her own Sweet P line,
she's worked with Bebe, designed sleepwear and collaborated with her artist husband Sage Vaughn on a
collection that also highlights his art. Pretty cool idea.
Piece from "Ghosts in the Garden" with Sage Vaughn
Sweet P has accomplished some pretty exciting things since hearing "You're out" from Heidi Klum. Will
she climb to the top of Project Runway: All-Stars?
Tune in to Lifetime this Thursday at 9/8c and find out!Get to Know More PR All-Stars:
Rami KashouApril JohnstonElisa JimenezKara Janx
Mila HermanovskiGordana GehlhausenMondo GuerraKenley CollinsMichael Costello
(Images courtesy of Lifetime, Bravo, pulplab.com)