Seth Aaron Henderson

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Seth Aaron Henderson
Born (1971-07-11) July 11, 1971 (age 47)
ResidenceVancouver, Washington
OccupationFashion designer
TelevisionProject Runway Season 7 (Winner)

Seth Aaron Henderson (born July 11, 1971) is the winner of the seventh season of Project Runway along with his model, Kristina Sajko.[1][2]

Project Runway[edit]

Seth Aaron also filled in for Tim Gunn as the head "casting judge" on Season 9 of Project Runway.[3] Continuing his commitment to a sustainable future, Seth Aaron's designs feature organic fabrics and those made from recyclable plastic bottles.[4] His 2010 Portland Fashion Week collection was sponsored and inspired by Solar World, a manufacturer of solar panels in Oregon, Henderson's home state.[5]

Henderson's show at Portland Fashion Week in October 2011 also featured sustainable fabrics.[6] He is collaborating with the New Hampshire-based Earthtec clothing company to create a sustainable line of clothing to be sold by an "as yet unnamed national retail chain".[7][8]

In 2012, Henderson custom-designed a dress for eminent philosopher Martha Nussbaum, who was being honored by Felipe VI of Spain with the Prince of Asturias Award.[9]

In 2013, Henderson became a contestant on Project Runway: All Stars (season 3).[10] In 2014, he was announced the winner of the season; he is the first to win both Project Runway and Project Runway: All Stars.[11] As part of his prize package, Henderson launched a collection on QVC later that year.[12][13][14]

The two-time Project Runway winner is collaborating with Feetz to launch the world’s first 3D printed designer shoe line at FashioNXT Week on October 13.[15]

In 2019, Henderson competed in Project Runway All Stars (season 7), that consisted of previous winners only, but he was the second designer to be eliminated.[16]

Personal Life[edit]

He lives in Idaho Falls, Idaho with his wife, Tina.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Seth Aaron Henderson Wins Project Runway!" (April 22, 2010) Styleite
  2. ^ "Henderson Sews Up Top Prize on 'Project Runway'" (April 24, 2010) Orange Leader, Orange, Texas
  3. ^ "Project Runway Casting Special 'Road To Runway'" (August 08, 2011) Nick Verreos
  4. ^ "N.H. Eco-Firm Makes Splash with Green Clothing Line" (October 30, 2011) Frederick News Post, Frederick County, Maryland
  5. ^ Seth Aaaron Designs (Click on "BIO" in upper left)
  6. ^ "Project Runway" - Lifetime Archived February 24, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ "Owner Dennis Randall, who started out in York, opens an Earthtec retail store in Portsmouth" (October 30, 2011) Portland Press Herald, Portland, Maine
  8. ^ "Earthtec and Seth Aaron, 'Project Runway' Winner, Debut High-Fashion Sustainable Apparel Collaboration at Portland Fashion Week: Seth Aaron Inspired by Earthtec, made from textiles from recycled plastic bottles, is unveiled at Portland Fashion Week" (14 Oct 2011) U.S. Newswire
  9. ^ Heagney, Meredith (26 October 2012). "Martha Nussbaum Honored by the Prince of Spain".
  10. ^ Introducing the Season 3 Cast! Archived 2013-11-13 at the Wayback Machine
  11. ^ Turnquist, Kristi (10 January 2014). "Vancouver's Seth Aaron Henderson makes 'Project Runway' history". Retrieved 29 July 2016.
  12. ^ Majeski, Ashley (10 January 2014). "'Project Runway' winner: Some challenges 'weren't inspiring'". Today. Retrieved 29 July 2016.
  13. ^ "QVC Adds All Star to Designer Lineup". Multichannel News. 10 February 2015. Retrieved 29 July 2016.
  14. ^ Dusty, Darka (18 March 2014). "Seth Aaron: Running With Scissors". PDX Mag. Retrieved 29 July 2016.
  15. ^ [citation needed]
  16. ^ "Watch All Stars Goes Global Full Episode - Project Runway All Stars - Lifetime".

External links[edit]


Preceded by
Irina Shabayeva
Project Runway winner
Seth Aaron Henderson
Succeeded by
Gretchen Jones