Project Runway’s 10th season will begin tomorrow night on Lifetime. I cannot WAIT! I love me some Project Runway!! Heidi Klum has been promoting the 10th season all over town, and last night she appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and opened up about how tough this season was on the contestants, causing a couple to leave.
Before the new season even began, “Project Runway” was making headlines. Much like “The Biggest Loser” this past season, contestants were leaving the show, feeling they were overwhelmed. Or, as Heidi Klum put it on “Late Night” (Weeknights, 12:37 a.m. ET on NBC), “We had some cowards on the show.”
According to the New York Post on June 24, a psychologist was brought on set to help one designer who was suffering a meltdown. Meanwhile, at the same time, another designer had simply packed up and disappeared into the night after getting placed in the bottom after a challenge.
Michael Kors reportedly gave the remaining contestants a pep talk in hopes of smoothing things out and keeping the show going, but Klum seemed far more irritated about the whole thing.
“Without my ‘auf wiedersehen,’ that bugs me!” she told Jimmy Fallon. So she and Fallon waved auf wiedersehen to the missing contestants through the camera.
Here are some new pictures of Heidi and Tim Gunn at a premire party for PR.
PS: ‘Project Runway’ premieres TOMORROW NIGHT on Lifetime!
Ok, time to start wrapping this Met Gala business up. There are still soooooooooo many pictures to post, so I’m going to start making larger posts. You need to sift through all the pictures though, there are some amazing dresses!
Here we have Katherine McPhee, Heidi Klum, Rosario Dawson, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell, Emma Stone, Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough, Hailee Steinfeld, Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor.
Here is some of what everyone was wearing. Emma Stone wore a red Lanvin dress. Kristen Bell wore an orange Tommy Hilfiger dress. Katherine McPhee wore a orange Elie Saab gown.
The Truly Scrumptious line will be available exclusively at Babies “R” Us stores in North America and online at www.babiesrus.com. The line will include a broad range of product designed by Klum, a model, fashion designer and host of TV’s “Project Runway.” Categories include apparel and accessories, furniture, bedding, room décor and gear for newborns, infants, toddlers and preschoolers. The initial fall apparel line will include layette up to 24 months and playwear and separates for children ages 2 to 5.
Klum, who has four children, has a unique perspective from her work in the fashion and entertainment businesses and plans to draw on her own experiences for the collection, Babies “R” Us said.
“Heidi Klum is the ultimate hands-on mom and is representative of the millions of mothers who trust Babies “R” Us to offer high quality, fashionable and practical products,” said Aaron Kopolow, vice president and divisional merchandising manager at Babies “R” Us. “We’re thrilled to partner with Heidi to bring our customers Truly Scrumptious, a trend-right assortment of baby items that are reflective of her unique point-of-view as a mom.”
Klum said that she has been a Babies “R” Us customer for several years and she is looking forward to the joint venture.
“I’m so excited to partner with them to create a fun, magical and unexpected collection that is also affordable,” Klum said. “I know how important it is for moms to make smart purchases when it comes to shopping for their ever-growing children. My friends always joke that I’m the go-to person for advice on gifts and gear. Now, I get to bring my ideas to moms everywhere that offer function with a fashionable flair.”
Heidi Klum and Babies ‘R’ Us have teamed up to create a new children’s collection!
The mother-of-four will create a line of everything from clothing to bedding to toys.
She told WWD: “I made beds, curtains, blankets, washcloths, bath toys, wall decals, lamps, rugs, hampers, stuffed animals, security blankets and night lights. If you think about the nursery, I’m doing everything.”
“I tackle everything from shoes, socks, underwear and pyjamas to dresses, jeans, leggings and sweaters.”
Not only does Heidi want to make the products visually appealing, but also educational.
She designed a reversible blanket that features an underwater jungle scene, which she said “It’s much better than just laying on a pink blanket. I think it’s something that stimulates brain development.”
Heidi’s line will be called “Truly Scrumptious”, and will be available for babies through five-year-olds.