People - July 17, 2019


It’s official! Our Chiara Ferragni will be the new judge in the Amazon Originals series ‘Making the Cut’. A fashion competition that will see German supermodel Heidi Klum and designer Tim Gunn as hosts and producers, supported by an exceptional jury.


In fact, alongside Chiara Ferragni and her talent as a digital entrepreneur there will be Naomi Campbell, a fashion icon at 360°, Nicole Richie, actress and Creative Director of House of Harlow 1960, Carine Roitfeld, former Editor-in- Chief of Vogue Paris, and Joseph Altuzarra, founder of the homonym footwear brand.


During the contest, 12 young promises of design and fashion entrepreneurship from all over the world will compete trying to bring their brand to global success, and all the looks presented during the contest will be directly shoppable on Amazon. Background to the competition will be the great fashion capitals of the world, from Tokyo to Paris. The series will debut exclusively on the Amazon Prime Video platform starting from 2020 and will be available for vision in more than 200 countries.

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