'House of DVF' Is Coming Back for a 2nd Season

Apparently one brand ambassador isn't enough.
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Apparently one brand ambassador isn't enough.
Diane von Furstenberg and season one winner Brittany Hampton. Photo: Charley Gallay/Getty Images

Diane von Furstenberg and season one winner Brittany Hampton. Photo: Charley Gallay/Getty Images

You guys liked reading our recaps of E!'s "House of DVF" and apparently you liked watching the actual show, too. The network announced Thursday that it will be bringing back the reality show for a second season with eight new episodes.

The show, if you're not familiar, follows a group of women as they compete for the role of a brand ambassador for Diane von Furstenberg. Season two will have a special twist, as season one winner Brittany Hampton will be tasked with finding a new group of contestants, all while she "juggles traveling the globe and acclimating to her new, high-pressure position," per a press release. We'll see her do things like attend Paris Fashion Week, style celebrities for award shows and make store appearances. Sounds like being a brand ambassador is as cool as we thought it would be.

“I am excited to film a second season of House of DVF,” said Von Furstenberg in a statement. “The show is about my fashion world and while it is entertaining and informative, I will also continue to provide empowering messages to a generation of young women.” Jessica Joffe and Stefani Greenfield will be back for season two as well.

According to E!, "House of DVF" was a top five show for the coveted 18-34 demographic on Sunday nights. So what made this show a success? We tuned in for the drama, the back-stabbing and to see buttoned-up fashion people respond to the show's eager, unpredictable cast members. According to Jeff Olde, executive vice president of original programming and development for E!, “When hopes and dreams are on the line and in the hands of one of the most recognizable fashion tycoons in the world, the result is good television, and fans are invested in the process following the freshman series run."

So maybe it was that. Will you be tuning in for season two?