Project Runway: Season six secrets revealed!


Feb. 25 2009, Published 6:00 a.m. ET

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Spoiler alert! Project Runway judge Nina Garcia's move from Elle magazine to fashion rival Marie Claire made a strong case that the fashion competition series wouldn't be just changing networks, but periodicals as well.

While the switch has never been confirmed by the show, the appearance of Marie Claire editor-in-chief Joanna Coles at the season six Project Runway New York Fashion Week show last Friday pretty much sealed that it's a done deal.

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But that's just the tip of  the yet-to-run season's many secrets, OK! reporter Laura Lane learned after the TV Fanatic snagged her a seat at the runway presentation in Bryant Park.

Contrary to rumors that eight of the designers from the upcoming season would be showing their collections, only three designers’ threads made their way down the runway. And according to Runway models, the three finalists are women, again!

Nina Garcia

The series will start off (when it finally makes it on air!) with a special celebrity guest, none other than Lindsay Lohan!

According to her mom, Dina, who spoke with Laura after the show, Lindsay has “an amazing style. She’s been into fashion since she was young. I couldn’t get her out of malls when she was five. She just loves shopping and fashion.”

Like those Christian Louboutin boots, okay?

Project Runway's debut on Lifetime is still on indefinite hold, but you can see more of Nina and the whole Marie Claire team on their new series Running in Heels, which premieres March 1 at 8 p.m. on Style Network.


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