Project Runway Star Sighting! - Wordless Wednesday

Picture of Kini Zamora sketching, Jan. 31, 2015
Kini Zamora sketching, Jan. 31, 2015 (c.) The Artist Librarian
This past week I got to see Kini Zamora, one of the fashion designers featured on season 13 of Project Runway.  Unfortunately, I missed his talk/lecture, but I did get there in time to listen to some Q&A with the audience and see him sketch a gown design inspired by the audience (the suggested theme was "ocean").  You can see the finished sketch at the end of this post.

The art geek in me was not surprised to see that he was using Prismacolor markers (supposedly one of the best brands for art markers out there).  Ah, someday I'll have to try those out ...

I only caught a couple of episodes from season 13, as I haven't followed Project Runway for several years.  However, what struck me was his impeccable construction and quality in the clothes he created.  How about you?  Are you interested in fashion design?  Have you watched Project Runway?

Picture of Kini Zamora speaking at event Jan. 31, 2015
Kini Zamora with finished design, Jan. 31, 2015 (c.) The Artist Librarian

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2 comments:

  1. I do not follow the show Project Runway but I did find it interesting to see the completed project when the beautiful gown was done.

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    1. I love seeing the finished garments --it's my favorite part! I'm glad the newer seasons of Project Runway seems to be focusing on the process of making the clothing rather than covering any drama between contestants at the apartments/living arrangements that some of the older seasons did.

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