Fashion One

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Fashion One
FashionOne Television
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.

Fashion One is a global television network founded by Michael Gleissner, and owned by the Hong Kong-based entertainment company Bigfoot Entertainment. First launched on April 8, 2010, Fashion One covers a wide range of topics related to fashion and lifestyle.

Fashion One operates internationally with offices in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Fashion One has also been the partner of various global fashion-related events, such as Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, House of iKons, and Perth Fashion Festival.

As of October 2014, the channel has 14 feeds and has reached over 120 million viewers worldwide.


Fashion One's programming is divided into two categories: core programming and original programming. The core programming primarily consists of content which is provided by external parties, while the original programming is produced by the network itself.

Original Programming[edit]

[1]Front Row (2 Seasons)

A magazine style show where International entrepreneur and stylist, Rachel Anthony hosts Front Row with Fashion presenter and model, Sam Simmons, and celebrity correspondent, Kiri Bloore, to critique fashion shows from the international fashion weeks, and red carpet. This show was first broadcast December, 2012.

  • Design Genius (2 seasons)

A reality-based series where designers must use unconventional materials to produce garments under a strict time-frame. The winner is awarded a cash prize of $20,000 and is crowned the “Design Genius”. This show was first broadcast on March 19, 2013 and stars model Sandra Bakker.

  • Eco Fashion (2 seasons)

A documentary series that spotlights innovations in sustainable fashion. This show was first aired on October 15, 2012.

  • Fashion One Correspondent Search (2 seasons)

A reality-based competition series with a mission to find a fashion correspondent in each of the major fashion capitals of the world. This show first aired in 2012, and has been judged by fashion designer Fam Irvoll, Tom Van Der Boght, and fashion personality Zoe Van Gastel.

  • Underwater Action (3 seasons)

A reality series where models compete to become professional underwater models. Also known as Outer Space in Blue on the Mandarin channel. This series was first broadcast on January 15, 2011. Its cast includes Mick Gleissner and models Summer Lohne, Angelika Furstler, and Christina Szabo.

  • From Corsets to Catwalk (1 season)

A talk show series that explores fashion through the ages. This show first aired on September 12, 2012 and is hosted by Rocio Vidal and Carmen Yvette.

  • Yoga Health and Wellbeing (1 season)

A health and wellness program that explores different forms of yoga and meditation.

  • Model Workout (1 season)

A fitness program that follows different runway models and their workout routines.

  • Model Yoga (1 season)

A health and wellness program that focuses on helping viewers get in shape with yoga. This program first aired on January 2, 2011 and is hosted by Chelsea Hunter.

  • Stefanie’s Style Diaries (6 seasons)

A travel series that follows Fashion One correspondent Stefanie Rycraft Jones as she discovers fashion and culture all over Europe. Filmed in London, Bordeaux, Athens, Lanzarote, Capri, and Positano. This program was first broadcast on October 3, 2013.

  • Fashion Filmmakers (1 season)

A reality series that focuses on the creation of films for international fashion clients. Contestants must work together to deliver the films by the deadline. This program first aired on September 25, 2013, and the cast includes makeup artist Nicola Claire Johnson and stylist Reveka Kogan.

  • Style Wars (1 season)

This reality series follows stylists from around the world as they compete to win various styling challenges. First broadcast on November 28, 2013, this show is judged by celebrity fashion stylist Rachel Anthony.

  • Dining with Style (1 season)

Fashion One correspondent Stefanie Rycraft Jones works with chef Vanessa Adonis, a chef from Vom Fass Cooking School, to create culinary dishes, while learning about food and drink pairings. This series first aired on February 25, 2014.

  • Elite Model Look (2 seasons)

This documentary style series follows six models as they strive to become new faces of Elite Model Agency. This show was first broadcast on January 30, 2014 and its contestants include Christian Aalvik, Álvaro Silveira Sanchez, and Elite Barcelona model Mariona Sumarroca.

  • Fashion on a Plate (1 season)

This docu-series first aired on June 26, 2014 and challenges chefs to combine fashion and food on one plate.

  • Fashion Frontline (3 seasons)

This news show delivers up-to-date fashion and beauty news, celebrity gossip, and trend reports. This show first aired in 2012 and is broadcast in English and Spanish. Hosted by Tiffany Schultz and Rocio Vidal of other Fashion One channel series From Corsets to Catwalks.

Core Programming[2][edit]

  • From the Runway

Hear the views of fashion editors, stylists and bloggers on the latest trends and styles. Features exclusive interviews of designers, models and make-up artists about their latest works and inspirations.

  • One to Watch

This show follows emerging talent in the fashion industry, focusing on their daily lives, careers, and talent.

  • One on One

This show gives insight into the lives and personalities of successful women in all industries.

  • Beauty Fix

This series offers reviews, advice, and tips on beauty and skincare trends.

  • Fashion Exposed

This series provides interviews, fashion advice, and trend reports from various people of the industry.

  • Invitation Only

This show gives access to special events and interviews with celebrities and models.

  • Passport to Fashion

This show follows models, designers, and other industry insiders around the world as they show viewers their favorite places to shop, eat, and relax.

  • What’s “Haute”?

This show focuses on luxury and glamour and features fine dining, art galleries, and high-end fashion.

  • Street Style

This series highlights global street style with special guest appearances from stylists and bloggers.

  • Sound of Fashion

This show explores the fast emerging “fashion film” media form.



  • 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)
  • Cablelink (Philippines)
  • Starhub (Singapore)
  • Chunghwa MOD (Taiwan)
  • APG (Taiwan)
  • CNS (Taiwan)
  • Cable Thai (Thailand)
  • Truevision (Thailand)


  • B.S. Sat (Georgia)
  • Caucasus Online (Georgia)
  • Silk TV (Georgia)
  • Super TV (Georgia)
  • Alma TV (Kazakhstan)
  • 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)


  • CableLink (Austria)
  • Liwest (Austria)
  • MTIS (Belarus)
  • Axioma (Belarus)
  • Proximus (Belgium)
  • Telenet (Belgium)
  • EZ TiVi/EZ Cable (Bulgaria)
  • Neterra (Bulgaria)
  • North West Union (Bulgaria)
  • Satellite BG (Bulgaria)
  • TeleKabel (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)
  • EVIO Sp (Poland)
  • Optimus (Poland)
  • StarNet (Moldavia)
  • Orange (Romania)
  • SC Intersat SRL (Romania)
  • Ambra (Romania)
  • Kozitskiy PE (Russia)
  • Tango (Slovakia)
  • T-2 (Slovenia)
  • ONO (Spain)
  • Naxoo (Switzerland)
  • Volia (Ukraine)
  • VseTV (Ukraine)
  • Freesat and Sky (United Kingdom)


  • UNE (Colombia)
  • Cablevision Monterrey (Mexico)
  • Maxcom (Mexico)

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)

Social Activism[edit]

In addition to its regular programming, Fashion One has a recent history of promoting social, political, and environmental activism. The channel's approach to activism can be seen in The Girl With No Number, talking about the facts and figures of human trafficking; Light A Million Homes, targeting sustainable solar energy; and Haiyan Relief Campaign, a relief campaign for victims of typhoon Haiyan.

The Girl With No Number[edit]

The Girl With No Number is a short film that was produced in January 2013 to raise awareness about human trafficking.[3][4]

Light A Million Homes[edit]

Light A Million Homes is a project that promotes the use of solar energy, specifically targeting communities in the Philippines.[5]

Haiyan Relief Campaign[edit]

The Haiyan Relief Campaign was started as a relief operation to raise awareness about the aftermath of super typhoon Haiyan aka Yolanda in the Philippines.[6]

Fashion One Foundation[edit]

All of these campaigns have been organized by the Fashion One Foundation, a nonprofit organization, which raises awareness about poverty, human trafficking and other educational and environmental issues. In collaboration with its partners – Fashion Hope, Bigfoot Entertainment, Traffic Jam, and MTV EXIT – the foundation seeks to prevent modern slavery and other violations of human rights. The Fashion One Foundation was founded in 2013.[7]


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