Another Minneapolis designer to be featured on 'Project Runway'
A second Minneapolis designer, also employed by Target, will get his shot on the hit reality TV show, "Project Runway" Season Six.
The rumors were confirmed by the Star Tribune today:
Earlier this month, rumors started swirling that Ra'mon-Lawrence Coleman, a local clothing designer, was in Los Angeles to shoot Season Six of Bravo's hit reality TV series. Sources now confirm that the rumors are true.
Like all "Project Runway" contestants, Coleman is muzzled by a confidentiality agreement. But he broke the news to a few members of his inner circle at a small party he hosted on Sept. 12.
Katherine Gerdes, a former Target textile designer, was a contestant on season three of "Project Runway" two years ago. Coleman is still employed at Target as an apparel designer.
The season will kick off in January on Lifetime (switching from Bravo) and will be filmed in L.A.
Can we officially call ourselves the Mini-apple yet or is that still too embarrassing?
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