TV review: A nostalgic, bubble-gum ode to Project Runway in Next In Fashion

Hosted by Tan France (second from left) and Alexa Chung (third from left), Next In Fashion progressively eliminates contestants via design challenges based on global fashion trends. PHOTO: LARA SOLANKI/NETFLIX
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SINGAPORE - I love reality TV. Perhaps it is the cutthroat eliminations, the outlandish personalities, the drama, or even the unrealistic piece-to-camera interviews. I prefer to think that, strip away all the white noise, people just enjoy watching other people.

So when, back in January, Netflix circled its newest reality television series about fashion designers to the top of my recommended list - I was intrigued. Would Next In Fashion fill the Project Runway-shaped hole in my heart?

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