Realistic material and sheer talent keep `Project Runway' in, not out

Bravo's fashion-design contest begins its third season tonight

July 12, 2006|By TANIKA WHITE | TANIKA WHITE,SUN REPORTER

Between the pattern-making and technical talk at Virginia Commonwealth University, assistant professor of fashion design Holly Alford often finds herself using a television reality show as a serious teaching tool.

Bravo's hit series Project Runway, which begins its third season tonight, gives Alford's students the truest glimpse into the world of fashion design, she says, more than any textbook ever could.

On TV The Emmy-nominated reality series Project Runway will launch its third season tonight at 10 on Bravo.

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