Get out your sketch pads! Isaac Mizrahi and company are looking for a few good aspiring fashion designers.
Bravo's reality competition "The Fashion Show" has announced a national casting call for up-and-coming talent for its second season.
The design competition was initially viewed by many pundits as Bravo's attempt to replace "Project Runway" when it headed to rival network Lifetime. "The Fashion Show," which includes the twist of letting the audience vote for favorites, first debuted last May, with Mizrahi and singer Kelly Rowland as judges, along with Fern Mallis of IMG Fashion. The season 1 winner, Anna McCraney, received a $125,000 prize.
Season 2 hopefuls, who must be at least 21 years of age, will be required to produce a portfolio of their designs as well as three original designs at events in Seattle (April 24); Los Angeles (May 1); Austin, TX, (May 8); New York (May 16); and Chicago (May 22).
The network says it matters not if you are a specialist in "street wear or haute couture" or even self taught. What is required is that you "have the skills and vision" to execute your designs.
Video submissions will also be accepted for applicants who can't make the big-city auditions.
For additional information on casting, visit Bravo's official site.
In more reality fashion news, read about the finalists on season 7 of "Project Runway."