Fashion enthusiasts, it's time to rejoice! The highly anticipated Next in Fashion is back for Season 2 on Netflix, and it's bigger and better than ever before. Hosted by none other than the fabulous Tan France and supermodel Gigi Hadid, this show is on the hunt for the next big name in design. And with 12 ferocious designers competing in challenges designed to showcase their talents and expand their aesthetics, you are not ready for what they have in store.
But what makes Next In Fashion stand out from other fashion television shows? For starters, it doesn't rely on drama or conflict to keep audiences glued to their screens. Instead, it draws inspiration from The Great British Bake Off school of thought where collaboration is encouraged and contestants are nice to each other. Of course, there are moments of melodrama here and there - like Kerby Jean-Raymond walking out mid-judging or Marco getting clobbered by a rogue clothes rail - but ultimately, the creative process takes center stage.
And let's not forget about the impressive judging panel featuring industry-savvy individuals like Eva Chen from Instagram, celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart, and British designer Christopher Kane. Plus, Alexa Chung's wardrobe will leave you drooling with envy. But what really sets Next In Fashion apart is how it showcases the designers' talents while expanding their aesthetics. Each challenge is carefully crafted to push these talented individuals outside of their comfort zones while still allowing them to shine creatively. The winner walks away with a $200,000 grand prize and the opportunity to launch a collection via Rent the Runway - talk about a dream come true!
So if you're tired of fashion shows that rely solely on drama or just looking for some fresh talent in the industry, then Next In Fashion should definitely be on your watch list. As Tan France, himself said: "There's enough drama in the world, and we've created a show that provides an escape from that." With its emphasis on creativity over conflict and showcasing fresh new talent in an often impenetrable industry - this show has something for everyone. So be sure to catch it on Netflix!