[tiImage width=”300″ height=”450″ url=”http://img2.timeinc.net/instyle/images/2011/wrn/012111-inc-lead-300.jpg” credit=”Courtesy INC” align=”right” border=”0″ alt=”Irina Shabayeva”]Irina Shabayeva, winner of Project Runway‘s sixth season, teamed up with Macy’s to create her first capsule collection for the retailer’s INC International Concepts label, launching next month. “It’s just a little taste of what I do across the board,” Shabayeva (inset) told us of her dance-inspired INC line, which includes color-blocked patterns on skirts, blouses, dresses and shoes in silk, chiffon and jersey material. “The detail and the embellishments that are becoming my signature, I’m bringing to INC. It gives so many women the opportunity to own a piece of what I do.” The footwear is our top pick—strappy sandals fit for spring. “The shoes followed the same dance-inspired theme,” she said. “They are made in jersey, and they lace-up, which is a hint of ballet.” The line, priced $59 to $169, hits Macy’s stores February 19th. See Shabayeva’s entire collection for INC in the gallery.
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Soon, you can! Heidi Klum announced today that she will launch her first fragrance in September, which she named Shine. “I want my fragrance to be truly special and head-turning so that people ask the woman who’s wearing it ‘What are you wearing? You smell delicious!’” Klum told People. Of course, the fragrance isn’t the first collaborative venture for the supermodel. She’s also the executive producer and host of Project Runway and previously designed for New Balance, Pea in the Pod and Motherhood Maternity. Tell us: Are you excited for Heidi Klum’s fragrance?
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Project Runway lovers, there’s more sketching, stitching, and ruthless competition coming your way! Only this time, it’s accessories that will get the spotlight. The Weinstein Company has sold a spinoff show named Project Runway: Accessories to Lifetime, Deadline reports. We can only imagine this will include jewelry, shoes, hats and other pretty outfit toppings, though no official details have been released at this time. So who will the judges be? And who will be the show’s new Tim Gunn? Tell us who you’d like to see judge and mentor the accessories designers in the comments below.