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Project Runway: Fashion Startup

Project Runway: Fashion Startup is American Reality TV series. Produced by Matar Productions. Stars: Katia Beauchamp, Christine Hunsicker, Rebecca Minkoff. It first aired on Oct 20, 2016, on Lifetime. IMDb's user rating for the series is 6.0 *.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Does Project Runway: Fashion Startup Have: 1 (8 episodes)

Season 2

Lifetime

Season 1

Season premieres on October 20, 2016

Finale: December 15, 2016

Lifetime, 8 episodes

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Project Runway: Fashion Startup Episode Time

Project Runway: Fashion Startup is on Lifetime (United States) Thursdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 8 (On Point) - Air Date: Dec 15, 2016 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

'Project Runway: Fashion Startup,' Mindy Kaling show have KC, Kansas ties - Kansas City Star - via Kansascity

In a preview clip of Episode 3, airing Thursday at 9:30 p.m. on Lifetime, the company’s co-founders Dave Feyerabend and Kelly Yarborough are among the business owners pitching their concepts to secure investors. The show calls them “two Midwestern men trying their hand at the fashion game.”

The 'Project Runway: Fashion Startup' Investors Are Some Of The Most Stylish And Successful People Around - Bustle - via Bustle

Analog Watch Co. to appear on 'Project Runway: Fashion Startup' show later this month - Passyunk Post - via Passyunkpost

Kelli Klus of Swell Skin to appear on Project Runway: Fashion Startup (photos) - cleveland.com - via Cleveland

Cleveland's Kelli Klus of Swell Skin earns investor deal on Project Runway: Fashion Startup (photos) - cleveland.com - via Cleveland

Fashion alternative to Craigslist and investor tears on Project Runway: Fashion Startup - Monsters and Critics.com - via Monstersandcritics

The site boasts that members have earned over $180,000 through the sale of their clothes, with the site being free to use.  Fashion trends are curated by editors, sales events are held on campuses and UNItiques also puts on its own fashion shows –  all things that makes this more than just another buy/sell.

Project Runway: Fashion Startup Is the Shark Tank Rip-Off You Probably Don't Need - Jezebel - via Themuse

UNItiques Featured on Project Runway: Fashion Startup | BU Today - BU Today - via Bu

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