Erin Wasson In Michael Kors, Nina Garcia In 3.1 Phillip Lim & Heidi Klum In Michael Michael Kors – Project Runway Season 9 Episode 5

Nina Garcia, Michael Kors and Heidi Klum were joined by Erin Wasson to judge the contestants on episode 5 of Project Runway this week.

Erin wore a Michael Kors Fall 2011 look which included a simple white top and vest with silk butterscotch harem pants, whilst Heidi wore a Michael Michael Kors black sequin strapless jumpsuit.

Nina continues her fabulous fashionable run on the show wearing a 3.1 Phillip Lim Static beaded-sleeve dress from the Fall 2011 collection.

You may remember we saw Ginnifer Goodwin wear this same dress, but her sleeves were black compared to Nina’s gold.

The judge wore her dress with Givenchy sandals and a black rodeo-style corset belt.

I already can’t wait to see what she gives us next week.

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Kerry Washington In Zuhair Murad & Nina Garcia In Aquilano.Rimondi – Project Runway Season 9 Episode 4

Kerry Washington and Joanna Coles were the guest judges on Episode 4 of Project Runway.

Kerry wore a pink Zuhair Murad Fall 2011 dress with a bow neck-tie and black lace detailing with Christian Louboutin peep-toes.

Marie Claire’s Joanna Coles was typically sophisticated wearing a sleeveless red sheath dress with matching sandals.

Nina continues to be the one-to-watch when it comes to her fashion choices on the show, because she wore a Aquilano.Rimondi Fall 2011 embellished gold top with black tapered pants.

Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi’s aren’t worn enough on the red carpet. The Italian designers are very talented so I wish they would get more celebrity recognition for their work.

Heidi Klum was surprisingly mute on this occasion as she opted for a black embellished sweater, leather skirt and Jimmy Choo ankle boots.

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Nina Garcia In Lanvin & Heidi Klum In Roland Mouret – Project Runway Season 9

Nina Garcia and Heidi Klum have upped the fashion ante on Season 9 of Project Runway.

Last week Nina was stunning wearing a Lanvin strapless dress from the Fall 2011 collection with a sparkling crystal floral detail just below the cut-out on the bodice.

Some of you might consider Nina to be slightly overdressed, but I have to say I love the look.

It’s perfect for a show which is all about showcasing fashion.

Heidi opted for Roland Mouret Macha stretch dress from the Spring 2011 collection.

The fitted sleeveless dress with artful folds around the neckline is let down by the grey pumps.

Heidi has had some inspiring footwear choices in the past, but this is not one of them.

I’m also not a fan of the bright red lips with her fuchsia pink dress.

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Nina Garcia In Giambattista Valli – “Project Runway” New York Taping

Kim Kardashian (in Givenchy), Nina Garcia, Michael Kors and Heidi Klum were photographed during the taping of the latest season of “Project Runway” today in New York City.

All wore head-to-toe black accept Nina Garcia who wore black and white Giambattista Vall draped dress from the Fall 2011 collection which she belted.

Her floral print dress with a draped overly from the shoulder was paired with Miu Miu suede pumps.

I love how super shiny her legs are.

The addition of the belt makes this look so uber chic.

I totally love this look off the runway.

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Runway To 13th Annual Rising Star Awards – Nina Garcia In Oscar de la Renta

Do you think Nina Garcia has been taking “Red Carpet Posing 101” lessons from Blake Lively. Because this head tilt pose is Blake’s trademark.

At the recent “13th Annual Rising Star Awards” held in New York the Marie Claire Fashion Director walked the red carpet wearing an Oscar de la Renta Resort 2010 dress.

The navy tulle tweed shantung dress was paired with a different belt to the one presented on the runway.

It’s a great look for Nina, but I just can’t accept those Louboutin ankle boots with this dress.

Oscar’s dresses should never be paired with ankle boots imo.

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