Project Runway 4 auditions found the most phenomenal designers, Tim Gunn says Despite a report that Project Runway 4 was having a hard time finding designers, mentor Tim Gunn says the show found enough designers for three seasons of the show. Tim Gunn tells the Seattle Times, We just finished auditions, and I will tell you, we found the most phenomenal designers. We could cast three seasons of Project Runway with the talent we saw. Meanwhile, Tims book, Tim Gunn: A Guide to Quality, Taste and Style, will be released a week from today (chapter one is online), and he says that its editors asked him to change vocabulary to dumb it down. Of course, Tim had none of that. The editors said, Change these words, change this reference. And I said, you know something, I cant do that. If this is a problem for the reader, they can sit with a dictionary PROJECT RUNWAY (Season 4) Premiere 4Q07 It's back! Host Heidi Klum, designer/lead judge Michael Kors and Elle magazine editor-in-chief Nina Garcia return for another season of high fashion and drama in one of television's most talked about shows. The Emmy-nominated series "Project Runway" provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for budding designers to break into the notoriously exclusive fashion business. Style guru Tim Gunn also returns, mentoring a new crop of aspiring designers through each challenge, showing them how to "make it work." The contestants will be whittled down to only three finalists who will face-off in front of an audience of movers and shakers at New York Fashion Week. "Project Runway" is produced by Magical Elves, with Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz and Rich Bye serving as executive producers futon critic http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/living/2003675995_pamgirl220.html I know its far away, but I'm so excited.