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My Philadelphia team spirit (and last night’s World Series clinching game) prevented me from seeing last night’s finale of Project Runway. But because I can’t wait for the re-run, I already know who won but won’t spoil it if you haven’t seen the episode yet. Just had to share a few images from Leanne’s show whose former Etsy shop I posted about last week.( I doubt she’ll be selling her pieces through Etsy now!)  The colors and of course, the details, are just stunning.

{images by NY Mag}


  1. i am amazed by her collection-and so happy that she won! she had been my favorite from the very beginning and definitely deserved to win. can’t wait to see more from her in the future!

  2. That game seemed to go on forever! but it was totally worth it. Didn’t make it to sleep till almost 1am after the streets started quieting down! Also – those skirts & dresses are gorgeous – it takes pleats and beautiful folds to a whole new level!

  3. She is so AMAZing! I just loved her collection – the colors, textures, pleats/folds/whatever! She’s great, I can’t wait to see what she has to offer in the future

  4. I just visited her Etsy shop this morning. She’s taken everything down and made a note saying she’s been busy making her clothes for the PR Collection. She also said she’d try to have some more things up soon. 🙂 Looks like you will be able to still purchase some of her things!
    Love your blog and your work! Take care.

  5. Coming down the runway, the petals were lovely. I’m excited to see more of her work. Her choice of color was delicious and her work meticulous. She’s red carpet all the way!

  6. Hooray–Leanne won! There was some justice in the PR world! I agreed with the judges that Kenley’s work was good but that she needs to educate herself on the work of other designers so her clothes can’t be interpreted as derivative of theirs. I’m glad they judged based on the clothes and not the attitudes, because Kenley really wouldn’t have even made it to the finals with her surly attitude and snide comments. She really came across as a b*tch! Leanne’s designs were lovely, as was her personality. She should go far in the fashion world.
    On another note, I was thrilled to see your Nantaka Joy products at the Cursive shop in ABC Carpet & Home in NYC today!

  7. So happy for Leanne but a little sad for me — this means it will be even more difficult to have her design a wedding gown for me. And I loved her bridesmaid gown — having gradient shades of the signature color instead of having a solid color. Brilliant!


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