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Amazon's 'Making the Cut,' a new reality show from the stars of 'Project Runway,' could radically change how consumers interact with luxury fashion

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Designer Joseph Altuzarra spoke with Business Insider ahead of the premiere of Amazon's " Making the Cut ," where he serves as a judge alongside Naomi Campbell , Nicole Richie , and Chiara Ferragni .
The show is hosted and executive produced by former "Project Runway" judges Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum .
Altuzarra told Business Insider that Amazon is on the forefront of transforming the fashion industry and that this competition model could disrupt the way consumers interact with fashion.
He also spoke about the challenges young designers face, and the advice he gives those hoping to succeed...
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