NBC will launch its search for the next big designer with a new reality competition series, Fashion Star.
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Fashion Star will feature 12 unknown designers, who will be put through a variety of business and design challenges each week. Notable fashion designers and buyers from big retailers will serve as judges and will also bid against each other to purchase the work from the contestants. When each episode concludes, viewers can purchase the winning designs showcased that night.
Super model Elle Macpherson will host.
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