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'Making the Cut' Season 3 to feature 10 designers, premiere in August

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Heidi Klum hosts the Prime Video series "Making the Cut." File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | <a href="/News_Photos/lp/112c3c6bb942d389570db7e1df7de709/" target="_blank">License Photo</a>
Heidi Klum hosts the Prime Video series "Making the Cut." File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo

June 28 (UPI) -- Making the Cut Season 3 is coming to Prime Video in August.

Amazon said in a press release Tuesday that the new season will premiere Aug. 19. New episodes will be released in pairs each week, culminating with the season finale Sept. 9.

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Making the Cut is a reality competition featuring aspiring fashion designers. The series follows the contestants as they take their emerging brands to the next level and compete for a $1 million prize and mentorship with Amazon Fashion.

Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn host the show, with Nicole Richie and Jeremy Scott as judges. Chloe x Halle, Jason Bolden and Wisdom Kaye will appear as guest judges in the new season.

Season 3 features 10 new contestants:

Ciara Chyanne Morgan of Los Angeles, Calif., a self-taught designer whose brand, Ciara Chyanne, focuses on contemporary, elevated ready-to-wear.

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Curtis Cassell of Brooklyn, N.Y., the founder and designer of the nonbinary label Queera.

Emily Bargeron of Savannah, Ga., the founder of the free-spirited fashion label Mamie Ruth whose colorful collections and "fest-dressed" designs make people feel good.

Gabriella Meyer of Chicago, Ill., a designer who creates readymade and custom streetwear for her brand Denimcratic.

Georgia Hardinge of London, England, a fashion designer and sculptural designer who founded her own Georgia Hardinge label.

Jeanette Limas of Philadelphia, Pa., a designer who was born in Dominican Republic and began her education there.

Markantoine Lynch-Boisvert of Montreal, Canada, a designer who founded the conceptual skatewear brand MRKNTN.

Rafael Chaouiche of Curitiba, Brazil, a designer whose brand Chaouiche is inspired by strong women and features bold designs and a mix of colors, fabrics and sculptural cuts.

Yannik Zamboni of Zurich, Switzerland, a former model whose brand, maison blanche, pushes the conversation of various sociopolitical issues and addresses taboo topics by means of conceptual fashion.

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