Watch The Trailer For ‘Next In Fashion’, Basically ‘Project Runway’ With Alexa Chung And Tan France

Make. It. Work.

Netflix has already taken over television and movies. Their next stop? Niche fashion competition shows. That’s right, the streaming platform is debuting their very own version of Project Runway, except it’s called Next In Fashion, and stars Alexa Chung and Queer Eye‘s legendary Tan France.

Premiering January 29, the show will pit eighteen designers against each other as they compete for $250,000 and the chance to design a collection with Net-a-Porter. The contestants, who all have experience working with major brands and celebrities, will fight to the death in challenges, all while trying to “make it work.” Oh wait, sorry. Wrong show.

With Karlie Kloss’ Project Runway season barely underway, it looks like Netflix is coming in to take over. But as the old saying goes: “One day you’re in, the next day you’re out.”

It’s called fashion.

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