The hills are alive with the sound of Simpsons: Eric3000 solves the problem of Homer... Gianni always notices things we miss... Democracy Diva gets behind the product placement... Shannon watches the cookie crumble... Second City Style recovers from the food coma... And Toyouke lays it all out. Thank you recappers, see you in seven!
Project Runway All-Star Designer, Jeffrey Sebelia, talks about his experience on the show. A highlight: BPR: Part of the prize for your win in the Bonnie and Clyde challenge was something about designing for a Lifetime movie event. Do you know more about that? JS: Yes, it was really awesome. I created a costume for Heather Graham to wear in "Flowers in the Attic." She really liked it and asked if she could keep it. It was a great experience. I travelled to Canada for the fitting and finishing. My only regret is that I had to leave early the next morning because my son had a football game. I would have liked to stay longer. BPR: Oh- you are such a good dad! That turned out to be an awesome prize. Will she be wearing it in the movie? Or was it for an event? JS: She will be wearing it in the movie. BPR: Well, we will certainly be on the lookout for it! Click here for the full interview. Click here to visit La Miniatura. Thank you Jeffrey!
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