The new host and mentor will try to "make it work" without Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn.
The Emmy-winning duo’s new fashion reality series will reportedly feature a “shoppable experience for viewers.”
The designer made her mark on the first season of the reality TV series.
The designer appeared on Season 3 of the show.
We're not sure Nina Garcia really gets it, though.
We recently checked in with Alex to see how things were going post graduation, and she had some huge news for us. UNItiques
We need to continue to let our LGBTQ teens know that they are not alone and there is a support system; wonderful non-profits
Our schedules are more demanding as we stream along in daily life and we need to save time where we can. So I thought about
The designer and new hubby give us the inside scoop on their nuptials.
The new line included some of Lhuillier's traditional ball gowns fit for Cinderella, while other pieces were more Bohemian
I think my over-all view is that what we do has such importance and relevance that it will prevail, in a way analogous to the way that young love has such importance that it will always find a way.
Making history (and beautiful clothes).
There's nothing better than being there to experience someones dreams come true. The sheer joy and nervous buzz that emanates from the person as their vision becomes a reality is absolutely unmatched.
Nina Garcia defends her "Project Runway" criticism on HuffPost Live.
Nina Garcia discusses the fashion industry's race problem.