They've worked the "Runway" and become "Fashion Stars." And while an appearance on reality television is no guarantee of increased success in the fashion world, it has provided a definite boost to a few fortunate stylists and designers. Here's what some of the most successful television fashion personalities and alumni are up to.
RACHEL ZOE: The Hollywood stylist and star (above, with colleague Michael Ward) of Bravo's
CHLOE DAO: "Project Runway's" second champ expanded her Houston boutique shortly after her win and has since designed laptop cases for Staples and a fashion collection for
KARA LARICKS: The winner of the first season of
JEFFREY SEBELIA: "Runway" Season 3 winner Sebelia brought his grunge style to the L.A.-based Fluxus label, where he served as head designer. His most recent project is a hip kids' line called La Miniatura.
CARSON KRESSLEY: After springing to public attention as the fashion stylist star of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," Kressley worked on other television projects, including Lifetime's "How to Look Good Naked" series and "Carson Nation" on
CHRISTIAN SIRIANO: The "fierce" winner of the fourth installment of "Runway" has seen his namesake label sold at Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus. Additionally, he has worked for brands including Puma,