Coolest thing EVAH! Project Runway Contestants Hit the Goodwill

The timing couldn’t be any better!

Last night’s episode of Project Runway is an upcycling challenge!!!!

The contestants had to design a look for Karlie Kloss to wear to a Paris fashion event made entirely from Goodwill finds.

How cool is THAT!


If you want to be in good company and you’ve been thinking about applying for your chance to be  a contestant on Season Five of Refashion Runway, hosted by moi, The Renegade Seamstress, today is the day! The open casting call closes tomorrow and the contestants will be announced next week.

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Season Five of Refashion Runway hosted by The Renegade Seamtress

About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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4 Responses to Coolest thing EVAH! Project Runway Contestants Hit the Goodwill

  1. Susan Luke says:

    I started watching this episode yesterday, but haven’t been able to finish it yet. I was thinking about you, though! How fun that they’re doing an upcycle challenge! Although, can you imagine all of the outfits we could upcycle if we had $150 budget at Goodwill?! I’m looking forward to Season Five of Refashion Runway!

  2. shoes15 says:

    The second I saw this challenge I thought I’d so something in denim for that all-American look. I was gratified that two of the three top designs used denim, though I doubt I’d be able to make such fashionable things.

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