Bravo is determined to be the new Style network. Sure, they have shows concerned solely about cooking and a few that document the lives of wealthy housewives from various densely populated cities across America, but there speciality is crafting fashion related television programming.
The likelihood Project Runway returns back to Bravo is slim to none. But in an effort to make up for the huge empty space Tim Gunn, Michel Kors, and Heidi Klum left behind, the cable network has plans of churning out several PR friendly shows this year.
So far, the following programs have been added to the line up: The Fashion House, which is most certainly inspired by Project Runway, The Rachel Zoe Project season two, Make Me A Supermodel season two, Sheer Genius, and Double Exposure.
The latter is the working title for a show which will document the lives of famed celebrity and high fashion photographers Markus Klinko and Indrani along with high-end stylist GK Reid, "giving viewers a taste of the fast-paced world of high fashion and celebrity photography."
And yes, you've seen their work. They've shot Lindsay Lohan, Kate Winslet, JLO, Mariah Carey's album cover for her '05 comeback record, and Beyonce's album cover for her debut solo record just to name a few.