Next in Fashion” has sewn its final thread — at least at Netflix. Netflix has canceled the fashion competition series hosted by Tan France and Alexa Chung after only a single season.
The Variety & Talk Show hosting Talented Designers from around the world to compete for $250,000 and the chance to become the next big thing in fashion.
Let’s skip the what the show entails and get to what really happened.
Netflix will be moving a whole lotta sewing machines into storage: The streamer has cancelled its competition series Next in Fashion after just one season, TVLine has confirmed.
Queer Eye‘s fashion expert Tan France, who co-hosted the show, first broke the news. “This is a one-season show, we don’t know what will happen in the future,” he said. “But it was honestly one of the proudest things I’ve ever worked on. I love the show and [co-host] Alexa [Chung] so much. My focus is definitely on Queer Eye and moving forward with that.” (Queer Eye returns to Netflix for Season 5 on June 5.)
Starring:Tan France, Alexa Chung
1. Red Carpet
In it to win it, 18 designers pair up to concoct fabulous red-carpet looks. Will they go glam or “hooch-wench” for Monique Lhuillier and Eva Chen?
2. Prints & Patterns
Go big and bold — or go home? Prints polarize the contestants as they break out new patterns and reflect on their origins with judge Prabal Gurung.
3. The Suit
Charged with making a chic suit in a day and a half, the designers scramble to realize their visions for judge Phillip Lim, despite some bloody drama.
Urban reality meets next-level fantasy in a streetwear round. Just be careful not to trip on those great expectations in front of Kerby Jean-Raymond.
After a cliffhanger elimination, the hopefuls strip it down and amp up the seduction with lingerie and underwear. Model Adriana Lima judges.
Goth, grunge, punk: Attitude is everything as the designers flirt with danger (read: leather) and flaunt fake fur for Christopher Kane and Beth Ditto.
Big changes call for major moves when the contestants design activewear that’s fit for both workouts and runways. Josefine Aberg of Adidas judges.
With boots on the ground and the clock ticking, the designers march out military-inspired looks for Public School’s Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow.
For the semifinals, the competition turns to a durable classic: denim. But the final four must stretch like never before to impress Tommy Hilfiger.
10. The Finale
The ultimate: Create a dream collection of 10 looks in only three days. After a gauntlet of challenges and emotions, who will be named Next in Fashion?