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The designers who will compete on the second season of Project Runway: All Stars are a mystery no more.
The 13 returning competitors will be Wendy Pepper (season one); Andrae Gonzalo (season two); Kayne Gillaspie and Uli Herzner (season three); Suede (season five); Althea Harper (season six); Emilio Sosa (season seven); Peach Carr, Ivy Higa and Casanova (season eight); and Joshua McKinley, Laura Kathleen and Anthony Ryan Auld (season nine), The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
Model Carolyn Murphy will take over hosting duties from Angela Lindvall. Mentor Joanna Coles, who left her longtime position as editor of Marie Claire last month for the same position at Cosmopolitan, will return, as will judges Isaac Mizrahi and Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman.
Katie Holmes was previously revealed to be one of the season two guest judges. Others will include Kylie Minogue, Stacy Keibler, Liv Tyler, Gretchen Mol, Diane von Furstenberg, Jason Wu, Margherita Missoni, Charlotte Ronson, Rafe Totengco, Elie Tahari and fashion blogger Tavi Gevinson.
Karl Lagerfeld and the House of Valentino also will make appearances.
The winner of season two of Project Runway: All Stars will have the chance to create a custom-branded capsule collection for Nine West and will be awarded a cash prize of $150,000, a sewing and embroidery studio provided by Brother Sewing and Embroidery, an all-expenses paid trip around the world to attend fashion weeks in cities such as Paris, London, Milan and Tokyo courtesy of Laura Mercier and a technology suite/office space from HP and Intel to bring the designer’s creativity to life and run his or her business. The winner will also receive a fashion spread in Marie Claire magazine and a position with the publication as contributing editor for one year.
Season two of the show, produced by The Weinstein Co. and Bunim/Murray Productions, is set to premiere at 9 p.m. Oct. 25.
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