The Fashion Fund Season 2

Tune in tomorrow night at 10PM for the first episode of the second season of Vogue's "The Fashion Fund." The television series, hosted by the one and only Anna Wintour, follows a group of designers competing to win the CFDA/Vogue's Fashion Fund Designer of the Year award. And believe me the competition is tough!

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Every year the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) hosts an awards ceremony to celebrate all the accomplishments the industry has had over the past year. One of the most prestigious awards goes to an up and coming designer that shows great potential and true talent. The designer who wins the Fashion Fund Designer of the Year award receives $300,000 to fund their work as well as a year long mentorship from some of the industries biggest names. Two runners-up also receive $100,000 each and mentors of their own. So you can see why these designers are working hard to ensure that they win.

See a preview of season 2 here and then head to to find out what channel to tune to in order to watch the series starting at 10PM tomorrow night!

*an earlier version of this post suggested The Fashion Fund is a web series, however it is a full fledged television show.

73 Questions for Anna Wintour


Ever wonder what book the Vogue Editor in Chief considers her favorite? Or perhaps what type of flowers to send after your interview with the Head Honcho herself? Well Vogue Video compiled a list of 73 questions for the fashion mavin and you'll be surprised by some of her answers.

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The charming video offers us a glimpse into the famed Vogue headquarters, but more interesting is the sneak past Ms. Wintour's infamous black sunnies. The interview, while obviously rehearsed at points, makes the EIC seem like a normal relatable woman instead of the feared powerhouse many rumors make her out to be. Don't be fooled, Wintour still runs the fashion world, but that doesn't mean she can't also love reading Pride and Prejudice, spending time with her kids, and playing with colors and pattens in her wardrobe. Watch the video to hear more from Anna Wintour's 73 questions.