Project Runway Australia: Volume And Curves

Fashion Blog | Project Runway Australia: Volume And Curves.

This week, Project Runway Australia‘s designers are given a boot full of materials and asked to create a show-stopper look featuring “volume and curves”.

Project Runway Australia: Volume And Curves

Hidden in the trunks of cars at Melbourne’s Convention and Exhibition Centre, the seven remaining designers must pull out all their innovative juices to transform the recycled bags into impressive rags.

Joining the trio of regular judges: Megan Gale, Peter Morrissey and Claudia Navone, is one of fashions most highly regarded writers and commentators, Glynis Traill-Nash…whereby, together, they will decide who will bag a beauty this week!

Episode five of Project Runway Australia premieres Monday November 5, at 5.30pm WST, only on Arena; 7.30pm on Arena+2.

Vicky Sofield

Vicky began her career writing fashion, lifestyle and music related articles for a diverse range of print and digital media outlets. Shortly thereafter – upon discovering that a vast majority of the fashion industry were being out-shadowed by the commercial conglomerates of the world – Vicky (who equally grew tired of having no creative freedom herself) set out to create her own digital publishing platform that focused on promoting the incredible talents of all creatives within the fashion industry. Which is how The Fashion Catalyst began in 2009.

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