Just a single challenger on Next in Fashion may have won the opportunity to sell their assortment on Net-a-Porter, yet the majority of the other 17 additionally have garments accessible to buy online for fashionistas who fell head over heels in love for the Netflix show. Contenders like Daniel Fletcher, Marco Morante and Angel Chen became specific fan top choices, with demands for their styles soaring.
The Mexican-American designer, based in Los Angeles, was paired with Claire Davis on the show. He has his latest collection available on his website, Adolfo Sanchez Designs.
The U.K.-based designer, who was partnered with Adolfo, is the founder of Hanger Inc. It currently has a selection of latex fashions available to purchase on its website.
The partner of (spoiler alert) eventual winner Minju Kim was Angel Chen, whose eponymous label brings together east and west. Her designs are available on her website, but she has also collaborated on collections for Urban Outfitters and H&M.
Next in Fashion winner Minju Kim’s clothes are currently on her website and the Society A site, which champions Asian designers. Her Net-a-Porter collection is also available to preview on their website and will be available to order at some point in February.
Ashton, who impressed the judges alongside partner Marco Morante with their LA aesthetics, is the founder of ASHTON MICHAEL, which has an online store.
Marco is the founder of LA label Marco Marco, well known in LA for its use of trans models as well as drag queens. Their underwear and ready-to-wear clothes are available on the company website.
The Canadian designer, who made a memorable odd-couple pairing with Angelo Crucian, is currently developing his own brand, per his website.
Angelo, the Italian designer whose all-leopard look in the first episode made him a viral sensation, is behind the Yezael label, whose website offers several items from the designer for sale.
Next in Fashion runner-up Daniel Fletcher may have not won the main prize, but he is an in-demand designer, selling his clothes through his DANIEL w. FLETCHER imprint. His first collection for Fiorucci is also coming soon wherever the brand is sold.
Daniel’s on-screen partner Carli Pearson is the founder and creative director of Cimone, which currently has a new collection based upon some of the looks she designed for or wore on the Netflix show.
One-time young designer of the year at the Scottish Fashion Awards, Hayley Scanlan had a difficult time on the show after clashing with partner Julian Woodhouse. Outside of the show, her label is H•S, whose website includes a version of the polka dot blouse the designer wore in the first episode.