We Know What Project Runway’s MIA Andrae Gonzalo Is Up To!
designers have seen a variety of success. For example, there’sChristian Sirianowho has become some sort of red carpet rock star. Then there’s someone likeAndrae Gonzalo(who Santino cheekily teased was at Red Lobster), who was an undisputed standout during Season 2 – – and one of my personal favorite designers who has ever graced the series. But after his departure, he sort of faded into oblivion. We’ve all been left wondering, “Where in theworldis Andrae Gonzalo?” – sung of course to the tune ofCarmen Sandiego.
Fear not, children. After a little ‘net digging, we’re happy to reveal the whereabouts of Mr. Gonzalo, whose work has been inspired by a wide range of topics including the government’s fashion restrictions during World War II and the gay porn industry of the 1970s. Apparently, he’s been doing good things as of late.New York Moves Magazinechallenged Andre to create a bag like no one has ever seen before for a Keep a Child Alive AIDS charity auction. The tech savvy designer teamed up with the LA based Silver Lining design house to make an “original duffel bag with windows designed to incorporate two fully and independently functioning solar panels for charging mobile tech.” Um, okay?
This definitely is not what I expected to hear he was doing, but let’s be honest, it’s awesome. I’m still coming off of New York Fashion Week where thousands of faux-fashionistas scrambled to plug their Blackberrys and iPhones into outlets at every Starbucks within a 10-block radius. (I swear I was trampled multiple times by Louboutin clad lunatics.) So this is the kind of bag I can get behind.
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