Red carpet leads out the door for Twin Cities designer on 'Project Runway' - Bring Me The News

Red carpet leads out the door for Twin Cities designer on 'Project Runway'

Minneapolis designer Raul Osorio was cut from the Lifetime reality show "Project Runway" on Thursday, after a challenge in which he and a partner had to design a high-fashion dress worthy of an Emmy Awards red-carpet stroll.
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A frequent reality-show pitfall, the team challenge, proved the undoing of Minneapolis designer Raul Osorio on Thursday night on Lifetime's "Project Runway," the Pioneer Press reports.

He and a partner had to design a dress worthy of an appearance on a Hollywood red carpet, and their effort failed to wow the judges.

Here's a little more detailed look at what happened during the episode.

The 27-year-old Minneapolis designer was featured on the 10th season of the show, which pits 16 designers against each other. Learn a little more about his influences here.

Osorio was the fifth Minnesota designer to be on the show, the Pioneer Press reported.

Here's his exit interview:

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