How Far Would You Make It on “Project Runway”?

BEAUTY & FASHION

Amanda Monell

5 Min Quiz

Having a supermodel as a host is what makes "Project Runway" such a success. Who do you like better, Heidi Klum or Karlie Kloss?

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Just as you're about to do a fitting, you get notified that your model has fallen ill. What happens next?

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Which of these roles would you take in the house?

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How short of a skirt is too short?

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Would you rather send something down the runway with a bad hemline, too short of a skirt, or an unfinished piece?

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It's almost time to hit the runway, and one of your fellow designers is really struggling to get their piece done. What do you do?

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Let's head to Mood Fabric Store. Which of these fabrics would you avoid?

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You're given a $150 budget to spend on fabric at Mood. How close to budget are you?

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It's time for a team challenge! What would you do if you were paired with a designer who isn't as skilled as you are?

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Your team didn't perform well during the challenge and is now in the bottom two. Do you throw your teammate under the bus to move on in the competition?

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Who would you rather get a sewing lesson from, Tim Gunn or Christian Siriano?

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Are you social media savvy?

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What item would you forget to buy at Mood?

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How are your time management skills?

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One of the divas tries to cut you down in the workroom. What do you do?

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Would you ever leave the competition due to the stress?

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If a mentor tried to give you advice about a piece and it upset you, what would you do?

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Which of these models would you want to style?

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The judges are having a field day tearing your look apart. How do you handle it?

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Have people complimented your styling before?

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Would you ever mix patterns?

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Lace can be tricky to work with. Would you use it in one of your designs?

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One of your competitors has destroyed their piece and it is almost runway time. What do you do?

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What kind of shoe do you see your clients wearing with your designs?

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Many designers have had their first sketches trashed by the judges. How do you handle making a plan B?

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If you found out that one of the other contestants was talking smack about you, what would you do?

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Many people use nature as an inspiration for their art. From what element in nature would you create a pattern?

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With which of these judges would you want to grab a coffee?

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If you could choose to have your collection shown in a fashion capitol, where would you go?

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What accessory would you use the most from the Accessory Wall?

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About This Quiz

Do you think you're a fashionista? If so, you've probably run into this problem; your favorite designer has just dropped their latest collection, and there are several pieces that you absolutely must have in your life. The problem? Even though you live the glamorous life, your wallet can't keep up with your expenses. In most cases, the would-be fashionista would either get approval for a credit card or wait for those must-have pieces to be put on sale (which usually happens at the end of the season). But not you. You examine the pieces you like, head to the fabric store and attempt to recreate them for your collection. Sure, you're going to make mistakes, but you're having a blast playing with a needle and thread. Soon you're making your own clothes, and others are wanting you to create designs for them. You're starting to make a name for yourself, and you're unsure of the next step.

Even with all of these orders you're getting, you still feel like you could learn something from the fashion world. What better than a mentorship from the Council of Fashion Designers of America? Well, if you try to beat the steep competition on "Project Runway," this may be one of the prizes that could be yours. Where are you going to place? There's only one way to find out, and that's to take this quiz.

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