The "Real Woman" challenge on Project Runway each season highlights the dismay that many designers feel about dressing anyone other than a professional model. Tim Gunn addresses the issue: The challenge, said the former Parsons professor, is not simply to make clothes bigger, but to rethink the entire design process. "It's not a matter of sizing up or sizing down from a size six," he said, "It's a matter of reconceiving things altogether. There are just some things that you can't or shouldn't do [design-wise]." Click here for the full story from The Huffington Post.