Tan France is hosting a new competition show, and fashion-lovers everywhere should rejoice
As one of the Queer Eye Fab Five, Tan France has spent three seasons showing Americans the wonders of patterned shirts and how to pull off the French tuck. And soon, the style expert will grace our TVs in a new fashion competition series—along with none other than designer Alexa Chung.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Chung and France will co-host the series, called Next in Fashion. So far, Netflix has ordered 10 episodes of the reality competition, and the judges will be celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart and Instagram director of partnerships, Eva Chen. The guest judges have not yet been announced, but we have a feeling they’ll be seriously impressive. THR notes that the series will be in the same vein as Project Runway, with a group of 18 designers participating in different challenges. The winner will take home $250,000 and have the opportunity to work on a collection with Net-A-Porter.
France announced the news in an Instagram post today, May 17th, featuring himself and Chung giving the camera their best Blue Steels.
Chung announced the show by sharing a similar post, in which she referred to France as her “new husband” and wrote, “Yeah I like to tuck I got a tucking problem.” Clearly, she’s a fan of France’s work.
The release date for Next in Fashion hasn’t yet been announced, but we’re readying our best runway walks in preparation.