Next In Fashion
Next In Fashion is a reality show relating to fashion. The premiere of the show took place in Netflix in January 2020. Designers Tan France and Alexa Chung were the hosts of the show. The show has got one season till now and there are ten episodes in it. Robin Ashbrook, Yasmin Shackleton, and Adam Cooper are the producers of the show. The format of the show is similar to Bravo’s Project Runway.
Format Of Next In Fashion
The show aims to find the next best designer in the fashion industry. Eighteen upcoming designers lock horns with each through the course of ten-episode. Every designer aims to prove their worth in the tasks. One designer gets eliminated after each episode and the best one stays till the end to win the show. The winner of the show gets USD$250,000 and a chance to debut his/her collection with Net-a-Porter, a luxury fashion retailer. The winner of the show was Minju Kim.
Guest Judges in Next In Fashion
The show had many prominent figures from the fashion industry who came as guest judges in different episodes. These guests include Eva Chen, Elizabeth Stewart, Monique Lhuillier, Elizabeth Van Der Goltz, Prabal Gurung, Phillip Lim, Jason Bolden, Kerby Jean-Raymond, Adriana Lima, Christopher Kane, Beth Ditto, Josefine Aberg, “Dao”- Yi Chow, Maxwell Osborne and Tommy Hilfiger.
Netflix Cancels Next In Fashion
Lan France, one of the hosts of the show confirmed the news to Variety that Netflix has cancelled the show after one season. She said, “It was honestly one of the proudest things I’ve ever worked on. I love the show and Alexa so much.” This came as a surprise to many for the show met with a positive response from the audience when it came out in January 2020.
Next In Fashion Joins Other Shows
With the cancellation of the show, Next In Fashion has joined other web series and shows that have been cancelled by Netflix. Other shows in this club include Astronomy Club, Messiah, Spinning Out, Soundtrack and AJ and the Queen. It was earlier reported that Netflix and other OTT platforms are going for budget cuts and show cancellations due to the pandemic.