Tuck your shirts in all French like and plop down on your couch. Tan France is coming to Netflix — again.
The Queer Eye fashion mentor will be coming to Netflix sans Karamo, Jonathan and the gang in Next in Fashion, a brand-new fashion reality competition show that will see 18 designers compete to become America’s Next Top … fashion designer, the Hollywood Reporter reports. The prizes include $250,000 and a chance to debut their work with fashion retailer Net-A-Porter. The show is co-hosted by fashion designer Alexa Chung.
According to the Reporter, the show’s challenges will “[center] on a different trend or design style that has influenced the way the entire world dresses.” Netflix is not the only streaming giant working on a Project Runway-style show to compete with the OG series. The series’ veterans Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum are also working with Amazon to produce a fashion competition show.
The first 10-episode season of Next in Fashion will also feature celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart and author Eva Chen as reoccuring judges. Though Netflix announced the show, there is no release date set just yet.
2019 is shaping up to be quite the year for France. Not only did Oprah just love Brie Larson sporting France’s signature French tuck, France is also set to publish his memoir in June. France will join Karamo Brown and Jonathan Van Ness as members of the Queer Eye troupe who have released memoirs. Bobby and Antoni, get on it!