Making the Cut Season 3 Trailer: Jeremy Scott’s Criticism Has a Contestant in Tears

Hosted by Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, the third season of Prime Video's Making the Cut features 10 new designers out for fashion glory. Take a first look at the high-stakes competition ahead.

By Daniel Trainor Jul 28, 2022 10:05 PMTags
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Nobody said becoming a global fashion superstar would be easy.

Contestants battle with their own emotions as much as their sewing machines in the trailer for season three of Making the Cut, premiering August 19 on Prime Video.

Hosted and executive produced by Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, the new season features a fresh crop of 10 entrepreneurs and designers from around the world, looking to cement themselves as fashion phenomenons. Oh, and the $1,000,000 grand prize doesn't hurt, either.

"Los Angeles' diverse fashion scene will continue to set the perfect backdrop for Making the Cut," according to the streamer. "Some of this season's runway locations include the iconic Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, the unique desert landscape of Vasquez Rocks, and a rooftop of one of Downtown LA's many skyscrapers with sweeping views of the city skyline."

With great fashion risk, of course, comes great fashion responsibility—and the designers don't always meet the moment.

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After an unimpressive runway, judge and Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott throws down his notebook after shouting, "You know what I wrote about these looks? Nothing! It was a waste," which causes one designer to cry. 

Elsewhere, another contestant has a breakdown in the work room while discussing being away from her family, saying, "I've sacrificed being here without my son."

It's not all bad news, though. 

After being inspired by a runway look, judge Nicole Richie remarks, "This I like. It's like a hot mud wrestling competition."

Season three of Making the Cut—which features guest judges Chloe x Halle, stylist Jason Bolden and TikToker Wisdom Kaye—premieres August 19 on Prime Video.

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