Muodin huipulle

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Muodin huipulle
Created by Eli Holzman
Starring Minna Cheung (season 1)
Jaakko Selin
Anssi Tuupainen (season 1)
Nora Vilva (season 2)
Janne Renvall (season 2)
Country of origin Finland
Production
Running time approx. 43 minutes
Release
Original network MTV3 (2009-)
Original release 1 October 2009 – 2011
External links
Website

Muodin huipulle (Finnish, "To the Top of Fashion") is Finland's version of the American reality television series Project Runway. The show aired on Finland's MTV3. The show was canceled after its second season.

Overview[edit]

The show began airing on October 2009 at 20.00. In addition, Muodin huipulle Extra started airing on MTV3's daughter channel Sub on 24 September at 21.00. Season one was hosted by fashion designer and entrepreneur Minna Cheung[1] in Heidi Klum's role and fashion editor and host Jaakko Selin filled Tim Gunn's role as fashion mentor. Season two's host will be model Nora Vilva and mentor will be designer Janne Renvall. Janne Kataja, who is well known for working on MTV3 and subprograms, hosted Muodin huipulle Extra.[2]

The season one winner, Katri Niskanen, received a one-year contract with Spalt PR, one year cooperation with L'Oreal Paris hair and makeup, and a Bernina Sewing Machine worth €6,000. In addition to this, the winner's collection was featured in the February 2010 issue of Finnish fashion magazine Olivia.

Seasons[edit]

Season Premiere date Winner Runner(s)-up Other contestants in order of elimination No. of contestants
1 1 October 2009 Katri Niskanen Maria Jokela Hanna-Maaria Sinkkonen, Silja Jeskanen-Wehber, Achilles Ion Gabriel, Hely Seppänen, Antti Putkonen, Laura Korhonen, Olga Sjöroos, Antti Asplund, Mirkka Metsola, Jarno Viitala, Mert Otsamo 13
2 22 February 2011 Linda Sipilä Leni Lauretsalo Paula Karsurien, Jarna Papinniemi, Caterina Montagni, Ville Lipponen, Anne-Mari Pahkala, Tuomas Kantola, Mari Koppanen, Essi Karell, Suvi Jaskari-Marchesi, Harriet Kjellman, Reta Raven, Jussi Salminen 14

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