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‘Project Runway’ Features Kornit Digital Printer

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“Project Runway,” an Emmy-nominated reality show on Lifetime, posed a unique challenge to its fashion designer contestants in the episode that airs October 6: The designers created a swimsuit and cover-up design that was printed on the Kornit Allegro roll-to-roll printer. Their designs were then produced overnight by Kornit user Papilio Prints for the runway show the following morning, where the winning design was named to Heidi Klum’s swimwear line.

“Project Runway,” an Emmy-nominated reality show on Lifetime, posed a unique challenge to its fashion designer contestants in the episode that airs October 6: The designers created a swimsuit and cover-up design that was printed on the Kornit Allegro roll-to-roll printer. Their designs were then produced overnight by Kornit user Papilio Prints for the runway show the following morning, where the winning design was named to Heidi Klum’s swimwear line.

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