Project Runway Premiere Party | Timothy Westbrook


Happy Monday!

Project Runway returned last Thursday with not one talented Milwaukee designer, but two (and Katelyn Pankoke from Chicago).

Both Miranda's premiere at the InterContinental or Timothy's at The Pfister Hotel (where he was an Artist in Residence) were abuzz with excitement and Milwaukee love.

While there was a shuttle between both parties, I just attended Timothy's. The fantastic event was organized by the amazing Fashion Director Alexis Rose, Creative Director Elyse Cizek, and Assistant Director Megan Zarnott. It was, needless to say, not a night to miss. Michael Dammond of FashionableMags.com, Corleen Heidgerken of Barely Practical, Deb Reimer of Infinity Productions, Rebekah of From the Mixed Up Files and Timothy Westbrook and family were just some of the stylish guests in attendance. (and that's why we all need business cards! any event is excellent for networking ;)) It was actually the first time I had met Timothy, but he was incredibly nice and of course so talented.

Before the Project Runway premiere viewing there was a gorgeous fashion show of some of Timothy's pieces along with other beautiful designers. And then we all watched as the designers on Project Runway transformed parachutes into some great... and not-so-great looks. In case you missed it, Timothy, Miranda, and Katelyn all made it through to this week. :)

Timothy Westbrook
Timothy Westbrook
necklace: wantable.com
accessories and bags: linda marcus turbans: Bree Rose

Timothy Westbrook, roses: Shorewood Florist
earrings: wantable.com
bag: linda marcus design
cuffs: wantable.com

Timothy Westbrook
earrings: wantable.com


Timothy Westbrook
A cage skirt...  :)

Swimsuit: BrownCowVintage
glasses, rings: wantable.com
hat, bag: linda marcus design
necklace: sunshine acid designs


swimsuit: BrownCowVintage
earrings: wantable.com
accessories and bags: linda marcus
turbans: Bree Rose

Elyse Cizek, Megan Zarnott, Alexis Rose
gowns: zita bridal
necklace far left: wantable.com



See more photos of the event on KrygPhotography and VDC Photo's facebook pages.

Watch Project Runway this Thursday at 9.8 c on Lifetime to see more of Timothy and Miranda. And if you're in Milwaukee on 21 September don't miss the Palentology of a Woman event at The Public Museum.

Have a fabulous week,
xoxo Aimee

7 comments:

  1. So jealous you got to attend! I had to work,..., right down the street at Umami Moto! Ha! It was killing me to be so close, yet so far away...

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  2. Looks like such a great event. I love Project Runway but I think it airs much later here.
    Looking forward to when it comes on.

    Pia
    pjmscloset.blogspot.ca

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  3. Looks like fun! What do you think of this turban phenom? I'm not quite sure how I feel about it yet.

    Jules of Canines & Couture
    www.caninesandcouture.com

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  4. Haha I know I am so excited for this season and he has already started drama...stompa stompa.

    Ali of

    Dressing Ken

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  5. Wow what a cool event you went to! To be honest, I don't think I've watched Project Runway since the third season. I should start watching again.

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  6. ahhh i love project runway and how fun you got to go to this event. i still don't have a fave yet this season, but excited to see how the rest of this season goes!
    -- jackie @ jade and oak

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  7. Project Runway is back for its twelfth season! I'm here to recap the first episode and make my predictions for the top three finalists!
    To kick of the new season, the designers were challenged to create a look using parachutes and supplemental material provided to them in the work room. Designers were instructed to use the supplemental material sparingly; the bulk of the design was supposed to be the parachute material.

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