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This article or section appears to contradict itself about place of birth. Please see its talk page for more information. (June 2011) Austin Scarlett Scarlett at the 2010 Metropolitan Opera opening night of Das Rheingold Born January 1, 1983 (1983-01-01) (age 28) Cottage Grove, Oregon, USA Nationality American Education Fashion Institute of Technology Occupation Fashion designer Austin Scarlett (born January 1, 1983) is an American fashion designer best known for his appearance the first season of Project Runway[1] and his recent Lifetime series, On the Road with Austin and Santino. Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 References 4 External links Early life and education Scarlett, son of Debra Little and Christopher Scarlett, was born in Ringwood, New Jersey. He attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, where he specialized in couture and evening wear design and received his degree in fashion design. He also received fine arts training at the Art Students League of New York. Career While still in school Austin designed for private clients, and worked as a design assistant and patternmaker on various projects ranging from opera to dance, film, and on Broadway. Austin also worked as an assistant costume archivist at The Museum at FIT, with their collection of Haute Couture and textiles. Scarlett found success on the first season of the Bravo reality show Project Runway in 2004-2005. During the airing of Project Runway, he became known for his ability to produce glamorous fashions under the tight deadlines and unusual requirements of the competitive reality show. On the very first episode of the program, he created a gown entirely from cornhusks, a design which Tim Gunn as well as each of the three judges, later cited as one of the most impressive he had seen in the entire history of the series. After Project Runway, Scarlett produced couture collections under his own name for fall 2005 and spring 2006. In January 2006, he joined New York-based bridal-design house Amsale as Creative Director of its luxury gown collection, Kenneth Pool, where he served until early 2009. His dress designs for the KP collection are still extremely sought after by brides internationally. Austin’s involvement as fashion designer and connoisseur for print, and the web include features in The New York Times, Town and Country, Madame Figaro, Elle, In Style, New York Daily News, and Woman’s Wear Daily. Television appearances include The Today Show, Bravo, MTV, E!, PBS, The Discovery Channel, Logo, VideoFashion. Austin and his designs have been featured on episodes of TLC's Say Yes to the Dress. He has been portrayed on Saturday Night Live by comedian Fred Armisen, in a spoof of Project Runway. Austin has designed theatrical costumes for the opera “El Cimarron”, Greenwich Music Festival, “Trace” with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, “Remember Me”, David Parsons Dance as seen on PBS. In 2010 Scarlett joined season two star Santino Rice in their show On the Road with Austin and Santino. The series premiered July 29, 2010, on the Lifetime network, and followed the pair cross country as they created couture designs using local resources. Scarlett has also lent his design talents to many charitable causes, including The New York Public Library, New York City Opera, Live Out Loud, Equity Fights AIDS, Women In Need, and many others. References ^ "Excellence pays off for 'Project Runway' - Spokesman.com - Feb. 23, 2005". http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2005/feb/23/excellence-pays-off-for-project-runway/. Retrieved 2011-06-02.  This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (March 2011) External links Official website v · d · eProject Runway Seasons 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 Personnel Tim Gunn Judges Heidi Klum · Michael Kors · Nina Garcia Winners Jay McCarroll · Chloe Dao · Jeffrey Sebelia · Christian Siriano · Leanne Marshall · Irina Shabayeva · Seth Aaron Henderson · Gretchen Jones Finalists Kara Saun · Wendy Pepper · Daniel Vosovic · Santino Rice · Uli Herzner · Laura Bennett · Mychael Knight · Rami Kashou · Jillian Lewis · Althea Harper · Mondo Guerra Other alumni Austin Scarlett · Kevin Johnn · Daniel Franco · Kara Janx · Nick Verreos · Diana Eng · Kayne Gillaspie · Keith Michael · Malan Breton · Chris March · Elisa Jimenez · Steven Rosengard · Jack Mackenroth · Kelli Martin · Christopher Straub International versions Designerspirene · Muodin huipulle (1 · 2) · Project Catwalk (Netherlands) · Project Catwalk (UK) (1 · 2 · 3) · Project Runway Australia (1 · 2) · Project Runway Arab World · Project Runway Canada (1 · 2) · Project Runway Israel · Project Runway Korea · Project Runway Latin America · Project Runway Malaysia · Project Runway Philippines (1 · 2)  · Projecto Moda Spin-offs Tim Gunn's Guide to Style · Models of the Runway · All-Star Challenge · On the Road with Austin and Santino Related Contestants · Parsons The New School for Design · Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising Persondata Name Scarlett, Austin Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 1, 1983 Place of birth Cottage Grove, Oregon, USA Date of death Place of death