Last night's red-hot finale of Project Runway had us drooling over all three of the designers' collections. While we're not in the business of dishing out spoilers (you've gotta go watch to see who won!), that doesn't mean we're not using the final looks as major sources of inspo at the sewing machine. Here's what we're starting ASAP.
The Classic Wrap Dress
Fashion legend Diane von Furstenberg ruled the evening as celebrity judge. So how can you not be inspired to make her signature design?
To-the-elbow sequined gloves are one way to make a statement, but they can be tough to pull off if you don't happen to have a gala on the calendar. That's why we're adding sequins to skirts, T-shirts and dresses with these trusted techniques. (And if you're feeling really ambitious, you could even reward yourself with a sequin cake! )
A Luxurious Satin Pillow
One designer's collection celebrated satin every which way. Instead of donning a dress, we're turning the material into a silky-smooth pillow we can rest on after a hard day's work.
Let's Sharpen Your Skills!
On every episode of Bravo’s Project Runway, you can bet a designer will struggle with something creatively. If only they had Bluprint on the brain! Each week, we’ll highlight a few of our favorite mishaps (been there!) — and share easy ways to fix them.
No More Messy Zippers
While the final collection was fierce, one designer struggled with the exposed zippers on a few looks that walked the runway. Make sure yours never look sloppy with this masterful tutorial .
Fix a Fabric Stain
When your fabric picks up a stain, it can be truly heart-wrenching. But that doesn't mean you have to toss it out! One designer fixed the oopsie by painting fabric. Learn how to do the same so you can mix the mistake into your overall look — trust us, no one will be the wiser.