One is the winner of ‘Project Runway,’ the other is co-founder and graphic designer of Hedlok Clothing; they share their creative visions
A 2004 Christmas gift of a sewing machine from his wife changed the course of SethAaron Henderson’s life. Five years ago the Vancouver stylist didn’t know how to sew, and now he’s the most recent winner of TV’s “Project Runway” and has appeared on “Good Morning America” and twice on “Live With Regis and Kelly” and was featured in the pages of publications such as Us Weekly magazine. Looks from the collection he showed at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in February will be featured in the July issue of Marie Claire. And, he recently was named grand marshal of the Portland Rose Festival’s Starlight Parade.
Vancouver designer and recent "Project Runway" winner SethAaron Henderson has been named grand marshal of the 2010 Portland Rose Festival’s Portland General Electric/SOLV Starlight Parade.
Bold approach impresses judges, puts Henderson over the top
Vancouver designer SethAaron Henderson went on “Project Runway” confident he could win, and that’s exactly what he did. Henderson, a 38-year-old father and fashion photo stylist, took top honors on the seventh season of the Lifetime reality show, winning $100,000, a spread in Marie Claire magazine, a design technology suite and the opportunity to sell his clothes on http://www.bluefly.com. He’s another winner from the Northwest, following on the heels of Portland designer Leanne Marshall, the show’s victor from Season 5.
Henderson among 16 competitors on hit reality TV show
Vancouver designer SethAaron Henderson ready to make it work on ‘Project Runway’ Henderson among 16 competitors on hit reality TV show
On April 22, viewers will learn whether Henderson is the season seven winner
SethAaron Henderson is in the top three on "Project Runway."
Vancouver woman’s love of dressing up extends to holiday, beyond
Gail Bauhs faced an enviable dilemma leading up to Easter: Which of her dozens of elaborate, festive hats would she wear to worship service this year at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Vancouver? As of a couple weeks before the holiday, Bauhs, a 56-year-old TriMet transportation brokerage manager, had narrowed the choice to two wide-brimmed hats she rarely dons. One was a bright yellow straw hat for which she recently found the perfect scarf to match.
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