Fashion Television Channel

Thursday, March 5 at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT


THE SHOT looks at the glamorous life in the world of high end fashion photography, as 10 amateurs compete for the chance to become the next great fashion photographer. Guided by world-renowned fashion photographer Russell James, competitors embark on a series of photo shoots meant to challenge their creativity, including working with supermodels and high-end professionals, while traveling to exotic locations – all to capture the perfect shot. Each week, Russell and his professional panel review the cast’s photos, eliminating the weakest shooter, until the best photographer is left standing.

Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT


Hosted by Jeanne Beker, FASHIONTELEVISION’s March highlights include a visit with Jason Wu, who reveals what it was like to become the world’s hottest designer with the help of First Lady Michelle Obama. Plus, FT reveals which brand name designers graduated from fashion school and those who never passed the grade. And world-renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz takes viewers on a tour of her latest exhibit.

Monday, March 2 to Friday, March 6 at 9:30 p.m. ET / 6:30 p.m. PT


RAW is Canada’s first-look to the most recent designer collections hot off the runways. Its documentary-style captures the candid and unpolished moments that occur both backstage and on the runways. RAW: FRESH FROM PARIS takes viewers to Paris Fashion Week with highlights from Lacroix, Dior, Chanel, and Gaultier’s Spring/Summer 2009 collections.

FashionTelevisionChannel Program Highlights for November 2007

Programming highlights include:

Model TV returns with all new episodes (Nov. 4)
FashionTelevision brings you all the memorable moments of Fashion Rocks U.K. (Nov. 6)
Fashion hits home on all new episodes of Homes by Design (Nov. 6).
See how it all pans out for six fashionable interns on the season finale of Fashionista Diaries (Nov. 15)
Find out how the French earned their stylish reputation on FTC’s French Fashion Marathon (Nov. 25)

Below is a chronological listing of programming highlights for November 2007.
All programming is subject to change (all times ET; go to to confirm local broadcast times):

Friday, November 2

7 p.m. – Paris Trends

PREMIERE – Discover the latest Parisian fashion trends for Fall/Winter 2007-2008 as seven different designers share their individual views on fashion today and stylistic visions for tomorrow. Their creations are critiqued by French industry professionals and displayed during a stunning outdoor fashion show beneath the Parisian night sky.

8 p.m. – In Fashion

Hosted by Glen Baxter, In Fashion showcases the innovators and creators making headlines in the worlds of fashion and design – this week fashion’s finest are Canadian! Find out which of our homegrown designers made the grade at Toronto Fashion Week as In Fashion highlights this year’s hottest runway shows and collections.

Sunday, November 4

4 p.m. – Model TV

PREMIERE – This edition of Model TV puts the spotlight on model Sasha Pivovarova. Attend the 50th anniversary party of Adel Rootstein mannequins in London before heading backstage with Anja Rubic as she discloses some of the behind the scenes secrets of the modeling world.

Tuesday, November 6

8 p.m. – FashionTelevision

If it’s hot, FT will be there! Jeanne Beker and her crew are at the center of the action at Fashion Rocks UK. Check out the finest in music and fashion, plus get up close and personal with style icons Kate Moss, Gwyneth Paltrow, Iggy Pop and Whitney Houston.

9:30 p.m. – Homes by Design – “Seaside Homes”

PREMIERE – In capturing that perfect oceanfront view, architects must skillfully balance the intricate relationship between form and nature in homes literally built on the edge. See three homes with a view including a Spanish fort turned romantic hideaway, an homage to Newfoundland’s seaside culture and the Zen Beach house situated in Horseshoe Bay, Vancouver.

Thursday, November 8

7 p.m. – Fashionista Diaries – “It’s Go time!”

The assistants are pumped for their biggest challenge yet, New York Fashion Week. Rachel is chosen for a coveted backstage assignment as an on-camera reporter for, while over at Seventh House PR, Bridget and Laurie find themselves with the less glamorous task of licking envelopes for the Charlotte Ronson fashion show. Andrew learns that his dress collection isn’t up to snuff and that maybe all isn’t fair in love and fashion.

Sunday, November 11

4 p.m. – Model TV

Introducing Irina Lazareanu, British rocker turned model who just happens to be best friends with fashion’s bad girl, Kate Moss. Plus, be front row for Milla Jovovich’s return to the runway and get a sneak peak at her latest collection for Jovovich – Hawk.

Tuesday, November 13

9:30 p.m. – Homes by Design – “Century Contemporary”

Today’s contemporary architecture dares to challenge the traditional conventions of home. In this episode, Vancouver architect Bruce Haden works closely with his clients to create a home which displays their unique art and automobile collections. The husband and wife team of Guillermo Ceppi and Veronica Silva design themselves a home in Ottawa inspired by their South American heritage.

Thursday, November 15

7 p.m. – Fashionista Diaries – “Surviving the Catwalk”

Will Andrew, Bridget, Janjay, Nicole, Rachel and Tina prove themselves as assistants and end up with the careers of their dreams? Find out on the season finale of Fashionista Diaries where the interns’ fates lie in their performance at New York Fashion Week.

Sunday, November 18

4:30 p.m. – Model TV

With a name like Chanel Iman, this model was destined to make waves in the fashion industry. Meet rising stars Alison Nix, Emina Cunmulaj and Patricia Schmid. Plus, how thin is too thin? Model TV weighs in on the current debate.

Sunday, November 25

French Fashion Marathon beginning at 2 p.m.

2 p.m. – Designer Marathon: Jean Paul Gaultier

Since his explosion onto the fashion scene in 1976, Jean Paul Gaultier has been making headlines the world over. A cult following has given him the reputation of fashion’s boy wonder, but his association with Madonna along with film legends Luc Besson and Pedro Almodovar helped cement his place in pop culture. Learn the secrets of his success and how he earned his bad boy image on Designer Marathon.

3 p.m. – Designer Marathon: Chanel

See how Karl Lagerfeld turned the designs of Chanel into the must-have fashion status symbols of our time. Lagerfeld produces endless, innovative variations on Chanel’s iconic signatures, continuing to hold a mirror to our times as Coco herself had done in decades prior.

4:30 p.m. – Paris Trends

In an encore presentation of the premiere, see the best of French fashions for Fall/Winter 2007–2008 and hear what the critics are saying in this insightful special.

5 p.m. – Fashion Classics – “Très French”

What do you get when you mix American designers with French Fashion houses? Find out as superstar creators such as Marc Jacobs and Michael Kors take a stab at designing for Louis Vuitton and Celine. Plus, spend a day with French model-citizen Laeticia Casta and sit front row with Catherine Deneuve at Balmain.

5:30 p.m. – Fashion Classics – “Paris Premiere”

Hollywood’s hottest stars illuminate the city of light! See Uma Thurman at Louis Vuitton, Julianne Moore at Christian Dior and Diane Kruger at Chanel. Back in New York, Fashion Classics stops by Chanel’s party of the year at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Wednesday, November 28

3 p.m. – VideoFashion – “30 Years Special”

PREMIERE – VideoFashion News opens their vaults to bring you 30 years of fantastic fashion! Starting with the 1970s, see which designers had the greatest influence on shaping the trends for each decade as well as the models that personified the fashions of the moment and help build fashion history.