Alexa Chung & Queer Eye’s Tan France have a new Netflix show on the way

If you’re a Queer Eye-obsessed fashion enthusiast then Netflix has quite literally made your dreams come true with their latest commission. The streaming giant is working on an exciting new TV series with Alexa Chung and Tan France.

Getty Images

That’s right, two of our all-time fashion favourites are coming together to find the next big name in fashion in the upcoming series titled, Next In Fashion. Think America’s Next Top Model, but the designers edition.

The series will see 18 aspiring designers battle it out to make it big in the cut-throat fashion industry. Each episode will see the contestants focus on nailing one of many of the different styles and trends that have influenced the way we dress over the years. But like any other good reality TV show, they will face challenges along the way – not to mention the inevitable drama that will be occur when you put a group of fashionistas together.

The contestants – all of whom have stellar CVs, having worked for major brands and A-list celebrities – will be competing to win a whopping $250,000 (around £196,000) as well as the opportunity to debut their collection with luxury online retailer, Net-a-Porter. So, it goes without saying that everyone will be bringing their A-game with eyes on the prize.

Queer Eye‘s Tan France and model and designer Alexa Chung will host the show which will consist of 10 episodes, while there will also be a judging panel made up of Elizabeth Stewart and Eva Chen as well as an additional guest judge each episode.

 

Announcing the news to his loyal 2.7 million followers on Instagram, Tan wrote: ‘ANNOUNCEMENT!! Beyond excited to host Netflix’s first fashion show @nextinfashion with the one and only, my new work wife, @alexachung. Coming soon!’

Similarly, Alexa wrote in a post: ‘#Netflix and chill? Incredibly excited to be hosting Netflix’s first fashion show @nextinfashion alongside my new husband @tanfrance Coming soon! Yeah I like to tuck I got a tucking problem.’

MORE: Alexa Chung launches her eponymous label