Kathleen Vaughn

Kathleen Vaughn


Los Angeles, California

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Also Known As

Sweet P
  • Sweet P from Project Runway, Season 4 re...
  • Season Four
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Sweet P is a contestant of Project Runway 4. She is the oldest person to make it on Project Runway. She started to work underground making club wear. She later decided she wanted to make collections. Her first collection is available in 2008.


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    • Sweet P: (On a peacock dress she made) I thought my dress was gorgeous, and it was exactly what I wanted to do. At this point, like Tim has said it's a matter of taste, and the guest judge being Roberto Cavalli, who is fantastic but not really my aesthetic. I don't buy his clothes, they're not my style. Now had it been Prada I probably would have been judged very well. I didn't think of it until last night, my friends were all like, "Your dress is very Prada, or very Marnie's." I thought so too. Also, I did not believe that I would get criticized for being sellable or marketable, because we were never told it needed to be over the top or avant garde or anything. I just thought we were supposed to interpret art and be ourselves.

    • Sweet P; (When asked who would win Project Runway) My pick would probably be Rami. I feel like his collection is very him. He did do a lot more than just draping. I think he could do a lot with the money. He's very driven. He's got celebrity clientele. It would be good for the show to give it to him. I would also love to see Jillian win. That would be my dream. She's like a little sister. I know she'd work until her hands are bleeding.

  • she is worst female designer ever on project runway.

    she is horrible!! and should never made it far. I don't like her. I hate her tattoo. I think she should finish 6th. her dress was horrible ever and why did she make it far?!! Kevin and Kit way better than this!!!! she should eliminated very early. not impressed me expect parner with elisa and prom. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .moreless