New fashion reality show on NBC is looking for you!

Are you an aspiring designer? Are you in school studying fashion? Have you worked as a merchandiser? Does your passion lie in creating jewelry or handbags? Love making children's clothing or menswear? Have experience as a fashion retailer? Are you a crafter? Do you have an Esty shop? Are you trying to build a career as a stylist? Do you dream of producing your own fashion or accessories line?

NBC contacted me to help get you on television!

NBC is current searching for talented people interested a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have their product line manufactured and sold through a major retailer.

According to Casting Director Michelle Redwine, NBC's new show is looking for people beyond those that appear on Project Runway - the crafter, the children's clothing designer, the aspiring stylist, the fashion student, the amateur designer, the handbag maker, and those working at home. The show will focus on branding and merchandising in addition to fashion itself. No sewing experience is necessary - seamstresses and pattern-makers will be on hand to help you formulate and construct your line. Your creativity and innovative style will be the focus.

The show will be on a four to six-week shooting schedule, beginning in July, in either New York City or Los Angeles. Open calls in Dallas start the first week of May.

If you're interested, e-mail the Casting Director Michelle Redwine ( to pre-book an on-camera interview. Consider including a short bio, website or blog links, self pictures and portfolio pictures (garments, sketches, mood boards, etc). 

Good luck to all local designers! 

If you have any further questions, contact me via my blog or through Twitter at #dresscourage. More details to follow in the next month!

Help spread the word - post this information on your blog with a link back to mine. I will remain in contact with the casting director and have much more information to come!


1 comment:

  1. This is so interesting! I'm going to look into this. Thank you for sharing!


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