Project Runway

Saturn Employee Goes Behind the Scenes at "PR"

Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn in Project Runway

Last week Sara Lacey from the Cars.com Mother Proof blog put a well-deserved spotlight on Saturn's Lisa Gilpin and all the work she does each week behind the scenes on set of Bravo's Project Runway. Lisa had her work cut out for her two weeks ago in an episode entitled "Fashion the Drives You," where the show's designers looked through Vue Hybrids stocked with Saturn parts to create clothes. Lisa wrote all about the experience on her blog on ImSaturn. You can also see the outfits that the PR contestants created in Lisa's ImSaturn gallery.

Creative Use of Saturn Parts Results in Intriguing Designs on Project Runway

Check out the outfits from the recent "Fashion That Drives You" episode of Project Runway. Saturn's Lisa Gilpin posted some behind-the-scenes photos showing the Saturn parts-turned-clothes, the PR set, and the after party.

What to Watch: Saturn Gets Star Treatment on Tonight's Episode of Project Runway

Vue Dismantled on Project Runway?

Sources tell SaturnFans.com that fashion conscious Saturn fans won't be the only folks who will want to tune in to watch "Project Runway" tonight on Bravo. Tonight's episode is called "Fashion that Drives You," and it will reportedly feature a significant Saturn tie-in.

Project Runway Vignette: Chris March Rethinks Design with the Saturn Vue Hybrid

Saturn asked Project Runway Season 4 designer Chris March to "design an outfit inspired by the Vue Hybrid." March said that "because its a hybrid, I decided to use all organic and sustainable fabrics." See how the economical Vue influenced his work on this project.

Project Runway Vignette: Laura Bennett Rethinks Design with the Saturn Outlook

Saturn asked Project Runway Season 3 designer Laura Bennett to design an outfit inspired by the Saturn Outlook. Bennett explains "the first thing that impressed me was how it could carry so many passengers, yet be so sleek." She added that "this car could handle a super job," so she decided to "create an outfit for a super mom."

Project Runway Vignette: Jack Mackenroth Rethinks Design with the Saturn Sky Red Line Turbo

Saturn asked Project Runway Season 4 designer Jack Mackenroth to "design an outfit inspired by the Saturn Red Line Turbo." Mackenroth tells us that for his jacket he "copied the convertible aspect of the car by adding a hood." See how the Sky's other styling elements influenced his work on this project.

Project Runway Vignette: Alison Kelly Rethinks Design with the Saturn Aura

Saturn invited Project Runway Season 3 designer Alison Kelly to "design an outfit inspired by the Saturn Aura." Kelly explained that "the modern lines of the Aura inspired me to make a sophisticated and chic dress." See how it's shape, style, and even wide-open sunroof, influenced her design. The video comes courtesy of Bravo.

Project Runway Vignette: Kit Pistol Rethinks Design with the Saturn Astra 3-Door XR

Saturn asked former Project Runway designer Kit Pistol to "design an outfit inspired by the Saturn Astra 3-door." See what she found most intriguing about the Astra, and how it's shape and style impacted her design. Significantly, she found ideas both inside and out of the Astra. The video comes courtesy of Bravo TV.

Fabulous! Winner of 'Project Runway 5' Will Receive a 2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid

Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn in Project Runway

My wife is so excited! One of her favorite television shows, Project Runway, is set to return for its fifth season tonight on NBC's Bravo cable network. She's been a huge fan since the show began, and admittedly, as a result of some good product placement, I am now too. You see Saturn is a huge sponsor and supporter of Project Runway. Up until a day or two ago, things had been pretty quiet about the upcoming season, but the show's fans – including my wife – have been counting down the days to the start of Season 5... much like how Saturn fans look forward to the launch of a new model.

Random Article from the SaturnFans.com Archives

Saturn Launches Ad Campaign to Reassure Customers

New Saturn Ad Screen Capture

It's only been a few hours since I first saw the new "We're Still Here" television ad, and the New York Times already has an indepth article about Saturn's brand-new campaign. The story not only discusses that particular ad, but it also takes a look at some of the other spots featuring retail store owners in Saturn's attempt to reassure customers that the brand is still in business.