Students get inspired by hit show Project Runway
on Friday,July 29,2011 22:07
Students from central Wisconsin who are aspiring to be fashion designers have been working of their own version of the hit series "Project Runway," according to the Wisconsin Rapids Tribune.
The students who participated ranged in ages from 12 to 18, and they work together to design clothing that is based off of what was created on the show, according to the news source.
"Project Runway" is a show in Bravo, hosted by model Heidi Klum, that takes 16 fashion designers and each week they have to fight to keep their spot on the show. They design a new piece that is judged each week, and one person goes home every time until the top two create a full collection to earn the title.
The final fashion show take place this weekend, the news provider reports.
Prospective fashion designers may want to know how much they may be earning once they graduate from their design programs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, professionals in this field earn approximately $61,000, which was the median annual salary in 2008.
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