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'Project Runway's Sergio Guadarrama Designed Billy Porter's Tony Awards Look

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A new designer on Project Runway decided to get snippy with his mentor, a sneak peek for the new episode revealed. Sergio Guadarrama, who's mentored by Season 4 winner Christian Siriano, gets a little heated when Christian tries to offer some constructive criticism on his "streetwear" cheetah-print gown.

Christian suggests to Sergio that it's not quite what the competition is looking for, but Sergio isn't keen on working outside of his market designs.

“I don’t do young people’s clothes. Young people can’t afford expensive things, so why design for them?” Sergio says. “I am an evening-wear designer for that 45-60-year-old woman. They’re my market and I’m not changing that.”

You'll have to watch the episode to see if he actually decides to listen to his mentor's advice and break out of his comfort zone. But who exactly is Sergio, and what made him qualified for this season of Project Runway?