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24 Hour Catwalk: More intense than Project Runway




This January, Alexa Chung hosts the new reality series, 24 Hour Catwalk. In each episode, four contestants compete in an intense preliminary elimination challenge, leaving only the two strongest designers. Equipped with talented sewing teams, the remaining contestants only have 24 hours to design and create their own themed clothing line for a personal runway show.


The clothing lines will be showcased in front of three fashion forward judges: renowned designer, Cynthia Rowley, fashion editor and author, Derek Blasberg, and publicist, James LaForce. All the stress, fierce competition and lack of sleep will be worth it as the two final contestants compete for a cash prize and the chance of a lifetime: to become the new “it” fashion designer.


Already hooked? We def are! Be sure to catch 24 Hour Catwalk when it premieres Tuesday, Jan. 10 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.


Sneak a peek at the new series below…


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If you could create your own clothing line in 24 hours, what theme would you go for? Blog about it, babes.

BY MADELEINE BROWN ON 1/8/2012 12:00:00 AM

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