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Amazon's 'The Fashion Fund' follows Vogue's design competition

The series features Anna Wintour and Diane von Furstenberg.
Billy Steele
02.25.16
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If you're a fan of Project Runway, Amazon has a new show that may pique your interest. The online retailer announced the 10-episode unscripted series The Fashion Fund, a show that chronicles the selection process designers face for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. For the uninitiated, a committee, led by Vogue's Anna Wintour and CFDA Chairman Diane von Furstenberg, selects 10 designers each year to go through a 4-month competition to win cash and a mentorship from a pro in the fashion industry.

As the reality series makes its debut on Amazon in its third season, new episodes follow the 2015 competition. The first two seasons of The Fashion Fund aired on the Ovation network. Amazon is also letting viewers peruse the spring collections from this year's designers, in case you feel the need to go shopping afterwards. The first episode of The Fashion Fund is streaming now for free, but with ads, and new episodes will debut each Thursday.

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