Like all good reality shows, Project Runway is giving past participants the opportunity to "redeem" themselves and get another shot at the gold. One of our favorite local designers and human beings, Amanda Valentine, a celebrity stylist and the brains and beauty behind Nashville's VALENTINE VALENTINE clothing and accessory line, is in the running.
Now, I don't even need to mention the other candidates because you don't want to vote for them, so just go to this link right now and vote for Amanda so she can compete on season 13 of the Lifetime show.
What's super cool is that, unlike an actual election (or, unlike most actual elections), you can vote as many times as you want. So, while you're enjoying the extended weekend, drinking beer and eating hot dogs and floating around on a lake, just keep your device in hand so you can vote over and over and over again. (Wait. Maybe don't do that in the pool.) And keep doing this until June 6th.
Because, if we can't vote our girl back to have some awesome one-on-one time with the sartorial saint that is Tim Gunn, well, then I'm going to have to put the entire city of Nashville in time-out. Full info from the press release after the jump.
NASHVILLE DESIGNER & STYLIST NAMED ONE OF THREE ALUM FOR POSSIBLE RETURN TO LIFETIME’S ‘PROJECT RUNWAY’
VOTING FOR SEASON 13 RUNWAY REDEMPTION BEGINS MAY 23rd
NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 23, 2014 — Amanda Valentine announces her potential return to Project Runway. The Nashville-based designer and stylist was selected to compete on the 11th season of Lifetime’s hit series in 2013. Though she didn’t make it to the season’s final episode, Valentine was selected to show a decoy collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week and later selected by the series producers for a chance at “runway redemption”.
Beginning today and running through June 6th, fans of the series have the chance to cast one of three former alum to return to the series’ 13th season via RunwayRedemption.com. Valentine represents the only alum from Season 11 and only female selected for a potential return. Throughout the week, the designer, who founded the ready-to-wear clothing and custom accessory line VALENTINE VALENTINE, posted inspiration photos and sketches on her Instagram feed which will collectively make up her Instaportifolio on the voting website, which launched earlier this morning.