Project Catwalk

Season 3 Episode 1

Catfight on the Catwalk

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Jan 09, 2008 on Sky1
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Catfight on the Catwalk
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Thirteen new designers are challenged to make it work or become the next fashion victim. For their first Challenge, they are told to create a signature outfit using clothes from another designer's suitcase.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • When Debbie brings actual patterns rather than pattern blocks, she's accused of cheating by some of her fellow designers. But Ben de Lisi investigates the matter and determines that it was an innocent mistake, even if it was one that no professional designer ought to have made. The patterns are destroyed, and she goes on from there with a clean slate.

      • The top designers in this Challenge are Ross, Viv, Angie, and Jasper. Ross wins the Challenge. The bottom three designers are James, Tom, and Fionnuala, with James as season three's first fashion victim.

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      • Nick Ede takes over for Julien MacDonald as a member of the regular Judges' panel. Nick is the lifestyle expert on GMTV and LK Today, using his expertise to advise viewers and celebrity guests alike, whilst also entertaining on the other side of the pond by being the celebrity correspondent for the hit entertainment show e-Talk Daily.

      • Guest Judge Zandra Rhodes was one of Britain's most prominent designers of the 1970s, and continues to create for A-list clientele. She created outfits for Princess Diana, and Freddie Mercury of Queen. She was made a Commander of the British Empire in 1997, and is one of England's Royal Designers for Industry.

      • The prizes for this season of Project Catwalk are £25,000, a clothing range courtesy of Oli, and a full featured spread in Grazia magazine.

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