While Chris March condemned food as fabric, "Runway" fanatics may remember the very first episode of Season One, when designer Austin Scarlett created a fabulous corset dress out of corn husks.
And there has been another successful merger of the wearable and the edible: Departed designer Jack Mackenroth and Dale Levitski from Season Three of "Top Chef" are rumored to be dating. The Challenge The Hershey's challenge began with a 6 a.m.
Chris once made a dress of lettuce for Wishbone salad dressing and has since soured on making edible garments.
Instead, he looked to Stephen Sprouse and Andy Warhol for pop-art inspiration, which was a great way to incorporate brand insignias into his look.
He faced off against fellow designer Chris March for a spot in the final runway show and won.
Later, he worked in his own collection, which was then picked up by notable boutiques in Los Angeles.
"Project Runway" made a sweet return to television, pairing food and fashion for this week's episode.
Thank you, Heidi and company, for reminding me why my New Year's resolutions had nothing to do with chocolate or chocolate suede peep-toe heels.
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