The battle to find the next supermodel is on in Oxygen’s highly anticipated new competition series, “The Face,” produced by Shine America with executive producer Naomi Campbell.
The seven-episode series goes beyond the glamour to find the newest face of ULTA Beauty with worldwide icon Naomi Campbell, bombshell sensation Karolina Kurkova and fashion ‘It’ girl Coco Rocha as supermodel coaches, while renowned photographer and personality Nigel Barker serves as host. Each hopeful has the opportunity to make a life-changing transformation through unprecedented access to real clients and national brands including W magazine, and iconic mentorships from industry veterans such as legendary photographer Patrick Demarchelier along with celebrities like New York Knicks basketball star Amare Stoudemire and talk show host Wendy Williams.
The stakes are high as the aspiring models stand to gain unparalleled experience and valuable skills in pursuit to become “The Face.” Proving they can survive in the competitive and cutthroat world of fashion, the hopefuls compete in an array of real-life challenges depicting the highly sought-after career of a successful supermodel. From photo shoots and runway shows to commercials for national brands, the top 12 young women selected for Team Naomi, Team Karolina and Team Coco battle it out each week in two different challenges, a Test Shoot and Campaign, assessing their fundamental skills and versatility as a model. Brand representatives from each challenge along with special guest judges will choose the winning team, leaving each supermodel coach from the bottom two teams to nominate a member of their team for elimination and the winning coach to decide who will be sent home. In the end, only one will win the ultimate grand prize of becoming a spokesperson and brand ambassador for the ULTA Beauty Fall and Holiday 2013 national ad campaigns.
“The Face” is produced by Shine America with Elisabeth Murdoch, Eden Gaha, Paul Franklin, Andrew Frank and Naomi Campbell serving as executive producers.
About “The Face”: http://the-face.oxygen.com/