Next in Fashion: Season 1 (2020)


Season 1
Next in Fashion

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Familiar, but in a fresh way, Next in Fashion may not rewrite the rules of fashion competition shows, but exciting new talent and Tan France and Alexa Chungs winning chemistry make it worth tuning in.

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Critic Ratings: 13

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User Ratings: 82

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Episodes

Air date: Jan 29, 2020

Eighteen designers pair up to concoct red-carpet looks; they may go glamorous or "hooch-wench" for judges Monique Lhuillier and Eva Chen.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2020

Prints polarize the contestants as they break out new patterns and speculate about their origins with judge Prabal Gurung.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2020

Charged with making a suit in a day and a half, the designers scramble to realize their visions for judge Phillip Lim, despite some drama.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2020

Urban reality meets next-level fantasy in a street-wear round; the designers must be careful not to trip on those great expectations in front of judge Kerby Jean-Raymond.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2020

After a cliffhanger elimination, the contestants strip it down and amp up the seduction with lingerie and underwear for judge Adriana Lima.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2020

When it comes to goth, grunge and punk rock, attitude is everything as the designers flirt with leather and flaunt fake fur for judges Christopher Kane and Beth Ditto.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2020

Big changes call for major moves when the contestants design active wear that's fit for both workouts and runways; Adidas designer Josefine Aberg judges.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2020

The designers march out military-inspired looks for Public School's Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2020

For the semifinals, the competition turns to denim, a durable classic, but the final four must stretch like never before to impress judge Tommy Hilfiger.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2020

The contestants must design a dream collection of 10 looks in only three days; after a gauntlet of challenges and emotions, only one of them will be named "Next in Fashion."

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Audience Reviews for Next in Fashion: Season 1

  • May 18, 2022
    This show is fun, but not as good as other fashion reality shows. *I have only seen the first 3 episodes* The hosts are fun and very nice, but don't give great, consistent feedback. I don't understand how they do the judge rotation, but thats not super important for me to follow. The guest judges do give better feedback. Everyone was paired off on day one (not necessarily by their own choosing?) & they get kicked off the show in pairs. I was expecting them to be mixed up each challenge since the eventual goal for them is NOT to start a brand together. I don't understand why they stay in the same pairing the whole time? Also, when they mess up they should occasionally only send home one designer when they are responsible for a bad call, etc & give the other one another chance. Lastly, they'll ask a lot of leading questions like "hmm this is the one aspect i really didnt like.. what would you have changed if you could change one thing?" obviously theyre going to tell the judges what they wanna hear? idk The most annoying part of the show to me was the CONSTANT celebrity NAME DROPPING. The designers, the hosts and judges love to comment on which A-list celebrities they know and style, often claiming, by name, that random ones would 'definitely want to wear' one of the designs.
  • Dec 30, 2021
    The host are horrible. Tam has no real personality. He is like a 21 year old gay boy, in a bar in Hells Kitchen. He has no original thought, he just repeats what he hears or says a cute quip every now and again. He add no critical thought. There is no element of judging that is consistently from a fashion expert. The designers are good but unlike other reality shows, they do not become people you root for. You can skip to the fashion show for each epoisode and have missed nothing.
  • Jun 16, 2021
    Gostei muito, só achei que quem ganhasse uma prova poderia ter alguns "bônus" na próxima rodada.
  • May 27, 2021
    Only watched the first episode. It was pretty entertaining up until the last 5 minutes when the moderator asked the contestant he already knew they were going to send home to tearfully explain how much winning the contest would mean to her. Not okay.
  • May 05, 2021
    So it seems the judges only seem to like ill-fitting oversized clothes with no shape. Angel and Minju Kim could do no wrong. There were designers with betting clothing bit no it was the same two over and over again. Nobody woman wants to wear clothes that are too big for them and hides there body. I found Alexa Chung and Tan France annoying after a while and started to want fast forward though there talks. Also asking stupid questions of "how do you feel" when contestants had been told they were leaving the show! And unfair Judgement when Jean-Raymond kicked off
  • Feb 09, 2021
    I liked Tan and Alexa as hosts, however, Tan's tastes are not mine, so I never really felt in tune with what he was saying. I liked the fabric printer and I wish more contestants used it. It was something unique to set this show apart from other fashion elimination shows. I didn't love the oversized clothing from Minju that the judges all loved. I thought it was one note. I didn't like how a guest judge threw a fit and walked off, and then the show catered to that. I think guest judges are there to give input, but not upset the entire show. Ferai and Kiki's clothing always seemed sub-par, they were always in the bottom, and deserved to go home. Angel's use of splattered denim was so old, and yet, everyone thought it could appear at the Met gala. I really didn't think so. Lastly, it was so weird how they used plus-sized female models, but never used plus-sized male models. It seemed like they were trying to hit all the PC buttons, but missed out on creating a good show.
  • Sep 21, 2020
    Wondering why they often use "extended size" women but the men models are always trim and fit. Why aren't they including "extended size" men??? There are certainly plenty of them that need clothing. Also the female host is always the worst dressed of anyone. Very strange fashion sense.
  • Sep 01, 2020
    I loved how positive this competition was.
  • Aug 28, 2020
    Nothing too original, but if you're really into fashion, this is a fresh take on reality TV design competitions. It highlighted more talent and less drama, which I absolutely loved. This was an easy binge. There were no dull moments, thanks to the hosts' vibrant energy and the designers' spirit and magic.
  • Aug 22, 2020
    So1Ep2 Très malhonnête intellectuellement ! C honteux ! Motifs et Imprimés... tout le monde s'entend (nous aussi sur notre canapé) pour dire que le boulot le plus décevant est celui de Carli et Daniel ! Ashton et Marco n'ont pas plus démérité cela était bien plus haute couture !! (d'ailleurs lors du défilé tout le monde semblait aimé, sauf une...) Donc les trouver eux au bord de l'élimination avec Narresh et Lorena... c'est très malhonnête intellectuellement parlant !! Faire gagner Angel et Minju (dont l'imprimé est sympa, certes...) alors que pendant le défilé la figure d'autorité reconnu dit :"je suis pas sûr d'aimer, c'est joyeux et amusant mais c'est tout." aimer uniquement les vêtements après avoir eu l'histoire de la démarche créative est aussi très malhonnête ! soit les vêtements parlent d'eux-mêmes soit ça n'est pas le cas ! les vêtements ne sont pas vendus avec un carnet explicatif... ^^ L'émission semble donc très orientée dès le départ !!! les dès semblent pipés ! Le résultat couru d'avance ! Le gagnant choisi d'avance ! Désolé les gars mais vous faites partis d'une grande supercherie où le débouché commercial est à l'avance définit ! L'Asie semblait trop loin des U.S., il fallait y remédier. En Europe et en France ces influences sont depuis Longtemps présentent... ! La mode ce n'est pas suivre mais anticiper alors il était temps.... Au final, cela ne fait pas trop professionnel et ne donne pas envie de regarder la suite avec plaisir... trop convenu ! Il faudra faire des efforts pour la Saison 2 !!!

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