Fashion One

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Fashion One
Corporate logo cropped.jpg
Launched April 8, 2010
Owned by Bigfoot Entertainment
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Slogan Fashion One, My Style
Country Hong Kong, Belgium, Singapore, USA, Philippines, Japan
Language English
Broadcast area Worldwide
Headquarters New York, U.S.
Website www.fashionone.com

Fashion One is a global television network founded by Michael Gleissner and launched on April 8, 2010. Its programming is mainly targeted towards a female audience and covers topics like fashion, lifestyle, travel, film and entertainment. As of October 2014, the channel has an audience reach of approximately 120 million households around the world.

History[edit]

Founded by German entrepreneur Michael Gleissner, the Fashion One network was launched on April 8, 2010. The Channel is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hong Kong-based entertainment company Bigfoot Entertainment. Most of Fashion One's original TV programs are currently being produced by Bigfoot Studios.

In March 2013, Fashion One expanded into the African market with the launch of the Fashion One Africa feed, broadcast by television provider StarSat, South Africa.[1]

Fashion One also is the official partner and sponsor of various fashion-related events throughout the world - including Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia, Tunis Fashion Week, House of iKons, Pacific Style Week, Perth Fashion Festival, Africa Fashion Week London and others. The events' highlights are usually being featured on Fashion One's YouTube channel as well.

Programming[edit]

Fashion One's programming is divided into core and original programming. The core programming pimarily consists of content which is provided by external parties. It features runway shows, designer and celebrity reports and covers special events. Fashion One's original programming is produced by the network itself and contains news, reality series, documentaries, travelogues and talk shows.

Original Fashion One programs now airing:

  • Design Genius
  • Eco Fashion
  • Style Wars
  • Fashion Frontline
  • Fashion One Correspondent Search
  • Elite Model Look
  • Fashion Filmmakers
  • From Corsets to Catwalk
  • Underwater Action
  • Yoga, Health and Wellbeing
  • Model Yoga
  • Model Workout
  • Dining With Style
  • Stefanie's Style Diaries
  • Fashion on a Plate

Fashion One Foundation[edit]

The Fashion One Foundation is a nonprofit organization, which aims to raise awareness of poverty, human trafficking and educational as well as environmental issues. In collaboration with its partners – Fashion Hope, Bigfoot Entertainment, Traffic Jam and MTV EXIT – the initiative seeks to prevent modern slavery and other violations of human rights. The Fashion One Foundation was founded in 2013 and started its support of the Human Trafficking Awareness Day by sponsoring Bigfoot Entertainment’s feature film The Girl with No Number, following the story of a young Vietnamese woman who tries to escape the abuse in her arranged marriage.[2]

Availability[edit]

Asia[edit]

  • Now TV (Hong Kong)
  • TVB (Hong Kong)
  • First Media (Indonesia)
  • Skynindo (Indonesia)
  • Big TV (Indonesia)
  • KT (Korea)
  • Macau Cable TV (Macau)
  • ABNxess (Malaysia)
  • Sky Media (Mongolia)
  • Univision (Mongolia)
  • Forever Group (Myanmar)
  • Sky Net (Myanmar)
  • Gsat (Philippines)
  • Chunghwa MOD (Taiwan)
  • CNS (Taiwan)
  • Cable Thai (Thailand)
  • Truevision (Thailand)

Eurasia[edit]

  • B.S. Sat (Georgia)
  • Caucasus Online (Georgia)
  • Silk TV (Georgia)
  • Super TV (Georgia)
  • Alma TV (Kazahkstan)
  • Bashinformsvyaz (Russia)
  • ER-Telecom (Russia)
  • Home IP TV (Russia)
  • Intersvyaz-2 (Russia)
  • Kaskad (Russia)
  • Komtehcentr (Russia)
  • KovrovTelecom (Russia)
  • MTS (Russia)
  • CJSC (Russia)
  • Nauka-Svyaz (Russia)

Europe[edit]

  • CableLink (Austria)
  • Liwest (Austria)
  • MTIS (Belarus)
  • Proximus (Belgium)
  • Telenet (Belgium)
  • EZ TiVi/EZ Cable (Bulgaria)
  • Neterra (Bulgaria)
  • North West Union (Bulgaria)
  • Satellite BG (Bulgaria)
  • CanalSat (France)
  • Orange (France)
  • KabelKiosk (Germany)
  • HOL my TV (Greece)
  • 365 Media (Iceland)
  • Baltkom TV (Latvia)
  • Izzi (Latvia)
  • Nova TV (Latvia)
  • TEO (Latvia)
  • Kava Media (Lithuania)
  • Nubo TV (Lithuania)
  • Splius (Lithuania)
  • tango generation (Luxembourg)
  • INEA S.A. (Poland)
  • Ogrody (Poland)
  • Tesat (Poland)
  • Optimus (Poland)
  • StarNet (Moldavia)
  • Orange (Romania)
  • SC Intersat SRL (Romania)
  • Ambra (Romania)
  • Tango (Slovakia)
  • T-2 (Slovenia)
  • Naxoo (Switzerland)
  • Volia (Ukraine)
  • VseTV (Ukraine)
  • FreeSat (United Kingdom)

Middle East & Africa[edit]

  • YahLive (Afghanistan)
  • YahLive (Algeria)
  • YahLive (Egypt)
  • YahLive (Iran)
  • YahLive (Jordan)
  • Zuku (Kenya)
  • YahLive (Kuwait)
  • YahLive (Libya)
  • Zuku (Malawi)
  • YahLive (Mauritania)
  • Mauritius Telecom (Mauritius)
  • YahLive (Morocco)
  • StarTimes (Mozambique)
  • StarTimes (Nigeria)
  • YahLive (Oman)
  • YahLive (Pakistan)
  • StarTimes (Rwanda)
  • YahLive (Saudi Arabia)
  • Cable and Wireless Seychelles (Seychelles)
  • StarTimes (South Africa)
  • StarTimes (Tanzania)
  • Zuku (Tanzania)
  • YahLive (Tunisia)
  • StarTimes (Uganda)
  • Zuku (Uganda)
  • YahLive (United Arab Emirates)
  • du (United Arab Emirates)

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] "FASHION ONE LAUNCHES AN AFRICAN FEED ON TOPTV"
  2. ^ [2] "Fashion One Foundation Partners with Anti-Human Trafficking Organization Fashion Hope"

External links[edit]