This group has all made it work before, but the stakes are even higher now.
Thirteen familiar faces from Project Runway's seasons past have been chosen to compete in the spinoff, Project Runway All Stars.
And we know who they are. And what they're competing for.
Some of the most memorable designers, like Kara Janx, Jerell Scott, Kenley Collins, Elisa Jimenez, Gordana Gehlhausen, Austin Scarlett, Kathleen "Sweet P" Vaughn and Mondo Guerra, will appear on the new series, which will premiere later this year.
Also on board: Anthony Williams, Michael Costello, Mila Hermanovski, Rami Kashou and April Johnston.
None of them won the big prize in their respective seasons. This time the stakes are even higher.
The booty includes an exclusive designer's boutique at Neiman Marcus, a spread in Marie Claire along with a guest editor spot, $100,000 in technology in office space and $100,000 in cold hard cash.
There will be some major changes to the judging panel, too. Heidi Klum, who can currently be seen hosting season nine of Project Runway, will not be MIA for the spinoff, with leggy model Angela Lindvall doing hosting duties instead.
Isaac Mizrahi and talented Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman will judge the all stars, while Marie Claire's editor-in-chief- Joanna Coles will play the role of mentor Tim Gunn.
No Heidi or Tim? We hope the producers find a way to make this work.