Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Pick your Fashion favorite

Posted By on Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 2:33 PM

This Thursday night, viewers can vote for their favorite designer in the finale of The Fashion Show on Bravo.  As the competition has narrowed from 15 contestants down to the final four, who will prove to be the viewers’ favorite?

How will you decide? Here is a crash course in the four remaining designers:

James-Paul Ancheta, age 28

Designer of geometric-inspired pieces, James-Paul’s intelligent approach to design helped him earn his spot in the final four. Though his performance in the competition has fluctuated, his pattern-making and sewing skills have been strong throughout the show.

Reco Chapple, age 31

Glamour has met its match with Reco’s designs, taking chic sex appeal to a new level.  The quickest sewer of the group, Reco’s confidence has taken him far, but his technique has given him staying power.

Daniella Kallmeyer, age 22

A fierce competitor and skilled artist, Daniella’s youth has not proven to be any sort of disadvantage.  If anything, she’s a step ahead of her competitors, winning more challenges than any of her opponents and still managing to show a strong point of view.

Anna McCraney, age 30

As the only competitor who has never had a low scoring garment, Anna’s strong attention to detail has kept her ahead of the competition.  A former industry designer and teacher, her experience has proven to be an advantage against her competitors.

Who will win your vote?  Tune in Thursday at 10 p.m. on Bravo and cast your vote for your favorite designer.

For more information on The Fashion Show, please visit:

www.bravotv.com/the-fashion-show/

Digital Cable Channel 37 (Charlotte)

Thursday, July 16th at 10 p.m.

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