Our favorite fashion Brits are teaming up for a television show: Alexa Chung and Tan France (of "Queer Eye" fame) will co-host a new fashion competition series called "Next In Fashion" on Netflix, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A total of 18 designers will go against each other in a series of challenges for the final $250,000 prize and the chance to showcase their designs with Net-a-Porter. Having your work on the first-ever and one of the most well-known luxury online retailers? That's a pretty big deal if you ask us. THR also notes that the show's selected contestants have "worked for major brands and dressed A-list celebrities."
The judges who will be alongside Chung and France include stylist Elizabeth Stewart and Instagram's Eva Chen, with more to be announced at a later time. The debut season of "Next In Fashion" will include 10 episodes, though an exact launch date has yet to be confirmed.
"Next In Fashion" is the latest series in fashion reality show news: Bravo's revamped "Project Runway" returned to primetime television in March, while former "Project Runway" cast members Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn are working on their own fashion competition series for Amazon. Plus, Rachel Zoe is making her return to the small screen, too — and six years since Bravo's "The Rachel Zoe Project" — with yet another new, unnamed fashion reality competition series in development with MGM Television.