Since the cancellation of The City, there has been no shortage of reality shows hoping to fill its well-heeled (if not entirely truthful) shoes. But while Style.com’s in-the-works docu-series North of Madison has been relegated to the web and Olivia Palermo’s return to the small screen is still but a rumor, none come close to having the pedigree that comes from being produced by R.J. Cutler — the man behind 2009’s critically acclaimed documentary The September Issue.
We heard news of the new show via a casting request sent to us earlier today — but now its been confirmed. Cutler is working with production company Vinnie Potestivo Entertainment on a new reality series that hopes to document “the ins-and-outs of the fashion world.”
While The September Issue may have been Cutler’s first high-fashion product, he’s got plenty of experience in the reality television market. He also produced the political doc The War Room which followed the 1992 presidential campaign of Bill Clinton — in other words, this guy knows what he’s doing.
We’ve pasted the official casting call below.
ATTENTION ALL Designers, Stylists, Models, Photographers, Fashion Bloggers, Hair/Make-Up Artists, Accessories Designers or any other field directly associated with Fashion:
R.J. Cutler (Director and Producer of “The September Issue”) and VPE are currently looking for a group of young, driven individuals who have what it takes to make it in the fashion industry. Do you have a killer personality and style to match?
We are looking for people on top of their game who want to show us what it’s all about!
Now casting outgoing men and women who make the fashion world MOVE!
To be considered please submit the following information to email@example.com:
-Name, age, location
-Contact information (cell, e-mail)
-Occupation; describe what you do- and where you do it
-What is your social life like in NYC?
-Describe your friends in the industry and what they do
-Define your style and influences
-Resume, portfolio, look-books, blog, website etc.
-Recent photos/Facebook link
What do you think: would you watch this show?