Making the cut, a challenge in fashion becomes a series

Making the cut, a challenge in fashion becomes a series

On Amazon Prime streaming video presented by Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn the search for the new fashion icon


Finding the new fashion icon is a challenge that becomes a series on Amazon Prime Video: filming began in Paris of Making The Cut, a series that appears as the union of a talent competition, a real talent and a series TV.

The interesting experiment is presented by Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn while among the judges and guests we find Naomi Campbell, Joseph Altuzarra, Nicole Richie and Carine Roitfeld. The first images released show the test on the catwalk at the foot of the Eiffel Tower on June 25th in Paris.

The series arrives in streaming on Amazon Prime Video in 2020 will bring into competition 12 talented entrepreneurs and fashion designers from all over the world to bring their promising brands to the next step, becoming a global phenomenon. The looks that will be shown during Making the Cut will be available for purchase on Amazon, and the winner of the competition will receive one million dollars to invest in their brand.

Making the Cut, who are the judges and guests

Naomi Campbell: Among the most famous top models, fashion icon, Naomi Campbell is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, activist and actress. And he is also a columnist for the English edition of Vogue and Consulting Producer for Making The Cut.

Nicole Richie: Actress and Creative Director of House of Harlow 1960, well-known brand worldwide, Nicole Richie is a modern style icon. She is also a successful author, TV personality and philanthropist.

Carine Roitfeld: Celebrated as one of the most influential figures in the fashion world, the former EIC of Vogue Paris and winner of the 2019 CFDA Founder’s Award, Carine Roitfeld has overcome the barriers of culture and style of the past three decades.

Joseph Altuzarra: Born and raised in Paris, winner of the CFDA award and creative director of Altuzarra, he has just celebrated 10 years of the brand that bears his name. Altuzarra has become a reference point for successful women including Michelle Obama, Evan Rachel Wood, Nicole Kidman and Awkwafina.