One of the first contestants to be sent home, Jenn continues to run her eco-friendly clothing brand Stone Crow Designs and partook in the 2019 Seattle Goodwill’s Glitter Gala benefit.
The Philadelphia native specializes in crafting trendy modest outfits for millennial Muslim women. Asma’s brand Hijabi Pop was featured on Good Day Atlanta following her Project Runway elimination, and later this month Asma plans to host an event with the Black Muslim Girl organization to empower Islamic female-owned businesses.
The whimsical self-taught designer recently debuted her F/W ’20 collection and still designs custom bridal couture. Veronica also made her first Oscar gown for Grubhub brand marketing executive Jessica Burns last month.
The outspoken Alan has since moved to New York and started weekly video series Unstitched for his brand, Allentude. He remains friends with some of his fellow contestants.
Fan favorite Tyler has continued designing with an East Coast elite aesthetic (and not just for dinner with the Kushners). His custom Mugler-inspired ensemble for Nicky Doll wowed on RuPaul’s Drag Race, and Tyler also dressed Martin Cummings for the Glam Awards in February.
Melanie, a Rhode Island School of Design alum, embraced her Scandinavian heritage through brand KLÄD Apparel. The minimalist streetwear designer followed along with the onscreen Project Runway challenges even after her elimination, and publicly showed her support for finalist Geoffrey Mac.
The luxury womenswear designer continues to helm his eponymous line while still making custom gowns for celebrities like Dancing With the Stars host Samantha Harris.
Dayoung launched the spring collection for her brand Moirai alongside a new collaboration with European digital marketplace Pu.rist. The Portland resident also appeared on local news KATU.
While not designing jackets for SZA and Chance the Rapper, Chelsey launched a YouTube channel and partnered with Converse for an All Star weekend workshop.
One of the most talented designers this season, Delvin debuted the first Redd by Delvin McCray store in Chicago and showed his latest S/S ’20 collection during Paris Fashion Week.
Mentor Christian Siriano used his “Siriano Save” to bring back romantic ready-to-wear designer Brittany. Since the show, Brittany has expanded into eyeglass designing and making custom apparel for Emmy-winning stars like Cynthia Lee Fontaine of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Marquise was so close to showing at New York Fashion Week, coming in fifth for the competition. The self-taught designer grew up in Oakland, California, and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York where he continues to design “menswear with a hint of womenswear.” He recently teased on social media that he’s working on set as a tailor for HBOMax Original voguing show Legendary.
The eccentric designer proved that style is ageless by making it to the Final Four in the finale. Today Nancy sells her one-of-a-kind wearable art online, and volunteers with the Mural Arts Philadelphia to teach refugee women to sew.
The political designer most famously created Billy Porter’s 2019 Tony Awards ensemble before placing in the top four on Project Runway. Sergio leads sustainable design company Celestino Couture and his final collection for the show was inspired by the melting arctic glaciers.
Moldovan designer Victoria placed in the Final Four of the competition and showed at New York Fashion Week. She appeared on Entertainment Tonight and Watch What Happens Live to discuss fashion trends, and today dresses celebrities like Miss USA International 2019 through her brand Khéops. Her online retail store is launching soon.
The talented designer was crowned the Project Runway Season 18 champion. Geoffrey has appeared on Watch What Happens Live with the other top three designers, and continues to lead his eponymous label. He won a cash prize, coverage in ELLE magazine, and a mentorship with the CFDA. Hopefully he will open his brick and mortar store in NYC soon!
As Project Runwayfans know, one day you're in, the next day you're out.