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September 24, 2006 | John Albert, John Albert is the author of "Wrecking Crew: The Really Bad News Griffith Park Pirates."
A grinning Jeffrey Sebelia stands before me in a narrow hallway under a fluorescent light. He has several large words etched into his throat that weren't there when I last saw him. But that was before he surprised so many of his friends by leaving town to become a reality television star on Bravo's "Project Runway." As he leads me into his large downtown L.A.
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February 1, 2009 | Claire Zulkey
Season 1 Wendy Pepper Pepper was perhaps best known for attempting to use various alliances on "Project Runway" to her advantage, which only served to alienate her from the other contestants. After "Runway," Pepper appeared in two other Bravo shows: "Celebrity Poker Showdown" and "Battle of the Network Reality Stars." She now sells her clothing line out of her gallery and a boutique in Middleburg, Va. Season 2 Santino Rice Although respected as a designer on "Project Runway," Rice will forever be known for his uncanny impression of Tim Gunn, especially uttering the phrase, "Where's Andrae?"
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October 20, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Los Angeles designer Jeffrey Sebelia has won the latest installment of Bravo's "Project Runway." Sebelia, 36, snagged the title Wednesday night after he, Laura Bennett, Uli Herzner and Michael Knight staged presentations during New York Fashion Week in the season's last showdown. That runway show was taped in September.
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October 20, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Los Angeles designer Jeffrey Sebelia has won the latest installment of Bravo's "Project Runway." Sebelia, 36, snagged the title Wednesday night after he, Laura Bennett, Uli Herzner and Michael Knight staged presentations during New York Fashion Week in the season's last showdown. That runway show was taped in September.
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February 1, 2009 | Claire Zulkey
Season 1 Wendy Pepper Pepper was perhaps best known for attempting to use various alliances on "Project Runway" to her advantage, which only served to alienate her from the other contestants. After "Runway," Pepper appeared in two other Bravo shows: "Celebrity Poker Showdown" and "Battle of the Network Reality Stars." She now sells her clothing line out of her gallery and a boutique in Middleburg, Va. Season 2 Santino Rice Although respected as a designer on "Project Runway," Rice will forever be known for his uncanny impression of Tim Gunn, especially uttering the phrase, "Where's Andrae?"
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November 18, 2007
"Project Runway": An article in the Nov. 11 Image section about the new season of Bravo's "Project Runway" referred to Jeffrey Sebelia as the series' Season 2 winner. In fact, he won last year, in Season 3.
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September 7, 2008 | Emili Vesilind
Looks like the push from downtown denizens and the garment industry to bring L.A. Fashion Week back to its downtown roots has officially gained traction. Leanna Lewis, an organizer from the BOXeight fashion shows, is producing Downtown L.A. Fashion Week, a four-day event that's reportedly luring a few designers away from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Smashbox Studios, the main event of L.A. Fashion Week. Kelly Nishimoto, Single, Eduardo Lucero, Chloe Dao and Jeffrey Sebelia (showing his new contemporary collection, Good Vig)
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March 17, 2013 | By Michael Darling, Special to the Los Angeles Times
They've worked the "Runway" and become "Fashion Stars. " And while an appearance on reality television is no guarantee of increased success in the fashion world, it has provided a definite boost to a few fortunate stylists and designers. Here's what some of the most successful television fashion personalities and alumni are up to. BRAD GORESKI: Rachel Zoe's right-hand man in the first seasons of her show went on to star in his own Bravo series, "It's a Brad, Brad World," and was appointed brand stylist for Kate Spade N.Y. RACHEL ZOE: The Hollywood stylist and star (above, with colleague Michael Ward)
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October 16, 2007 | Emili Vesilind, Times Staff Writer
If you doubted that fashion has a bigger presence in L.A. than it has had in years, consider the last few days. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa turned up for a series of runway shows at the spectacular new downtown venue, the former St. Vibiana's Cathedral -- and had to take a seat in the second row. Gen Art, the showcase for young talent, marked its 10th anniversary in L.A. with a massive production at the Petersen Automotive Museum. At a fashion week kickoff dinner at Mr.
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January 10, 2008 | Enid Portuguez
FASHIONABLE attire is usually found at the bar, not behind it, but L.A. night life proprietors are raising the style quotient when it comes to wait staff uniforms. The rule of thumb for many after-dark establishments has traditionally been skimpy or all-black, but new bars like Santa Monica's Chloe and SBE's upcoming Foxtail are moving into contemporary fashion territory. Chloe owners Laurie Mulstay and Ron Marino tapped L.A.
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September 24, 2006 | John Albert, John Albert is the author of "Wrecking Crew: The Really Bad News Griffith Park Pirates."
A grinning Jeffrey Sebelia stands before me in a narrow hallway under a fluorescent light. He has several large words etched into his throat that weren't there when I last saw him. But that was before he surprised so many of his friends by leaving town to become a reality television star on Bravo's "Project Runway." As he leads me into his large downtown L.A.
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