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 *.
How Many Seasons Does Project Runway: Fashion Startup Have: 1 (8 episodes)
Season premieres on October 20, 2016
Finale: December 15, 2016
Lifetime, 8 episodes
Project Runway: Fashion Startup is on Lifetime (United States) Thursdays at 6 pm
Season 1 Episode 8 (On Point) - Air Date: Dec 15, 2016 (3 years ago)
The 'Project Runway: Fashion Startup' Investors Are Some Of The Most Stylish And Successful People Around - Bustle - via Bustle
However, Gwynnie Bee isn't Hunsicker's first successful venture. She kind of has a habit of taking companies to the top. After graduating from Princeton in 1999, she went on to climb the ranks to become the COO of the online advertising company Right Media, which was later acquired by Yahoo in 2007, according to her show bio. She then became the COO of the file-sharing software company Drop.io, which was later purchased by Facebook. Clearly, Hunsicker has a lot of expertise to offer to any fashion company hoping to make it big on the web today.
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
Project Runway: Fashion Startup Is the Shark Tank Rip-Off You Probably Don't Need - Jezebel - via Themuse
Analog Watch Co. to appear on 'Project Runway: Fashion Startup' show later this month - Passyunk Post - via Passyunkpost
In the show’s preview, you can see Buffa telling the panel, “you’re asking me to tear my product apart.” To which the CEO of Gwynnie Bee, Christine Hunsicker, then responds, “Yes, I am.” Yikes.
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