The former Project Runway stars will once again be in search of the next global fashion brand and designer, ultimately awarding the winner $1 million to invest in their business, a mentorship with Amazon Fashion and the chance to sell a collection in Amazon Fashion's store. After season 1 premiered in March of 2020, the show is now back for more — this time, however, Making the Cut is switching things up to keep things interesting.
Read on for all the juicy details about Making the Cut season 2:
When does Making the Cut season 2 come out on Amazon?
Making the Cut season 2 will premiere on Friday, July 16, 2021 only on Amazon Prime Video. After July 16, two new episodes will be released every Friday until the season finale hits the streaming service on August 6.
Who will be judging the Making the Cut season 2 competition?
While we're bummed to have to say "auf Wiedersehen" to last year's judges Naomi Campbell, Nicole Richie, Chiara Ferragni, Carine Roitfeld and Joseph Altuzarra, this season's panelists are just as exciting.
For season 2, Jeremy Scott, creative director of Moschino, and fashion model and icon Winnie Harlow will judge the competition. Joining them throughout the season will be guest judges, including designer Prabal Gurung and Shiona Turini, a consultant, stylist and costume designer.
The show shared the exciting news by showcasing a four-way Zoom call between Heidi, Tim, Winnie and Jeremy in early March:
Who are the designers on Making the Cut season 2?
Just like Making the Cut season 1, the designers this year come from many corners of the world:
Ally Ferguson (Los Angeles, California), founder of Seeker
Andrea Pitter (Brooklyn, New York), founder of Pantora Bridal
Andrea Salazar (Medellín, Colombia), founder of SETA
Dushyant Asthana (Jaipur, India), founder of D U S H Y A N T
Gary Graham (Franklin, New York), founder of Gary Graham
Joshua Scacheri (London, England), founder of the upcoming brand LOVE HERO
Lendrell Martin (South Orange, New Jersey), founder of Lendrell Martin
Lucie Brochard (Paris, France), founder of LUCIE BROCHARD.võ
Olivia OBlanc (New Orleans, Louisiana), founder of ØBLANC
Raf Swiader (Sosnowiec, Poland), founder of R.Swiader
Where will season 2 of Making the Cut be filmed?
Pre-pandemic, the first season of Making the Cut was shot all around the globe, introducing grueling challenges and hosting exciting fashion shows in Tokyo, Paris and New York City. With various worldwide travel restrictions still in place, however, season 2 will be located solely in Los Angeles.
Where can I buy Making the Cut season 2's winning looks?
The winning collections and pieces from season 2 of Making the Cut will be available via the Making the Cut store on Amazon. Just a heads up that last year's winning runway looks sold out super fast, so if you find something you really love and see it available, don't hesitate or it might be gone hours later.
How can I watch and stream Making the Cut season 2?
Making the Cut seasons 1 and 2 will be available to stream for those with an Amazon Prime Video membership. You can try out Amazon Prime Video for 30 days totally free. After that, a Prime Video membership is $8.99 per month plus taxes.
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