Karlie Kloss

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"Project Runway" is coming back to Bravo after a 10 years on Lifetime, this time with a new supermodel host.

Karlie Kloss is set to host and executive produce the fashion-focused reality show, Deadline reports. She takes up the baton from Heidi Klum, who has hosted the series for 16 season. Meanwhile, longtime mentor Tim Gunn is also moving on, and "Project Runway"-winning designer Christian Siriano is taking his place.

Kloss and Siriano will be joined by a judging panels comprised of Elle Editor-in-Chief Nina Garcia, former Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Elaine Welteroth, and fashion designer Brandon Maxwell. The latter two are new to the panel, whereas Garcia has been on "Project Runway" since the beginning.

Kloss, who said in a statement that she grew up watching the show, celebrated her new gig with a tweet on Wednesday, Oct. 10. She also promised "the boldest collection yet."



"Project Runway" Season 17 will premiere on Bravo in 2019.

[via: Deadline]