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Twin Cities fashion designer may bring some spice to Project Runway

A colleague says Raul Osorio is very dedicated to his aesthetic and stands behind his work. Those are ingredients that could stir up the kind of attitude and drama favored by reality television shows such as Project Runway. The Twin Cities designer is part of the cast for the season that begins airing this week.
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A colleague says Raul Osorio is very dedicated to his aesthetic and stands behind his work. Those are ingredients that could stir up the kind of attitude and drama favored by reality television shows such as Project Runway. The Twin Cities designer is part of the cast for the season that begins airing this week.

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