Model and anchor Elle Macpherson along with buyers in the contestant's designs H&M have left NBC's talent show Fashion star
Even though NBC's flamboyant retail design show, Fashion Star, was signed for a second season, two of its major players, host Elle Macpherson and co-sponsor H&M, won't be returning.
The supermodel will stay on as a producer. She told Page Six, "I have been involved with Fashion Star from the beginning, and I am very proud to see it come to life, not only in America but globally. The show is in great hands, and although I will not be hosting this season, I will still be very involved [and] will be reviewing the format for the upcoming season."
H&M also exits as a buyer of the contestants' designs, leaving Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy's, whose fates are still to be determined. The chain told Fashionista in a statement: "H&M is continuously looking for new and unique collaborations and we were thrilled to have partnered with NBC for the first season of Fashion Star. We have decided not to participate in the second season. It was exciting to work with all of the talented people involved including the designers whose winning clothes sold out weekly. We wish Fashion Star success and will be sure to tune in for season two."
It is rumored that the show will have a new format, and these vacancies leave room for fresh fashion faces to join the show.
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