Oxygen personality Susie Castillo sat down with The Face host/stud Nigel Barker to talk Season 2. Nigel explains that while he's still hosting the show, he will also be "more of a confidante" to the model contestants this time around. Nigel explains: "I'm going to be getting in there with the girls and finding out what's going on. Why are you upset? Why are you excited? What's worrying you? What do you think you can't do? I'm going to break some of that down and open up some of the mysteries. Not just what they're thinking, but also of the fashion business itself."
Oxygen is excited to announce an exclusive, multi-media partnership with Frederic Fekkai, a global leader in luxury hair care, for Season 2 of The Face. Courtesy of Fekkai, the winner will receive an ultimate grand prize of becoming a spokesperson and ambassador for a 2014 national ad campaign. In addition, Oxygen will provide in-show integration for Fekkai, with guest appearances by Frédéric Fekkai himself in multiple episodes throughout the season. Click inside for the full press release.
Exciting news forThe Face fans! Oxygen just announced that Anne V and Lydia Hearst will join fellow supermodel and executive producer Naomi Campbell as the supermodel coaches on Season Two of The Face. Anne Vyalitsyna, or simply Anne V, has graced the cover of Vogue, the runways of Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and Prada, and the pages of the coveted Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue just to name a few points on her impressive resume. Lydia Hearst has been featured in dozens of international ad campaigns for Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Bottega Veneta. She also has appeared on the cover of 9 international editions of Vogue magazine, in addition to walking in runway shows for Chanel Haute Couture, Fendi and Agent Provocateur. Also an actress, you may have seen Hearst in indie films such as "Two Jacks" or on television on Gossip Girl. Click inside and get to know more about the supermodel coaches with the full press release. Stay tuned for The FaceSeason 2, coming in 2014.
The FaceSeason 2,hosted by photographer Nigel Barker, features supermodel coaches Naomi Campbell,Anne V and Lydia Hearst as they compete to find the new face of a major national brand. The series returns with host Nigel Barker in a new expanded role, as a confidante and advisor to the 12 supermodel hopefuls. The Face goes beyond the glamour as three iconic supermodel coaches battle it out to find the newest face of a well-known, national brand. Produced by Shine America, season two is scheduled to premiere in early 2014 with ten episodes. The Face is fast becoming a global phenomenon. Since its debut on Oxygen earlier this year, local versions of the show with Campbell have been announced in both the UK for Sky Living and Australia for Foxtel.
The Face season 2 is gearing up for production, and our own John Thrasher hosts a chat between casting director Randy Bernstein and season 1 winner Devyn. Learn what The Face is looking for in model contestants and listen to Devyn talk about life as a mother and "living her dream" professionally.
Twenty-one-year-old Devyn Abdullah beat out 12 other hopeful models and thousands of potential competitors to be crowned winner ofThe Face... but this wasn't her only obstacle. Born in the Bronx, Devyn was 19 and fresh out of high school when she became pregnant with her daughter-- but she didn't let motherhood stop her from following her dream to become a model. Instead, she embraced her role as Mommy and serves as an inspiration to other moms with ambitious career goals. Click inside to see how Devyn's life has changed since we last saw her on camera.
Whether you missed The Face when it premiered on Oxygen last February or want to relive the action and drama all over again, today is your lucky day. We have put all eight episodes of The Face online for your streaming pleasure. As dapper host Nigel Barker explains in the show opening, "icons of the industry will do battle." Of course, he's referring to supermodel bombshellsNaomi Campbell, Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha, who go head-to-head by coaching teams of aspiring models. In the end, one -- and only one -- is picked to be the newest "face" of ULTA Beauty. Watch all episodes of The Face season 1 now.
With big hats and bright colors, the Kentucky Derby is always a fashionable affair. In fact, the styles at Churchill Downs seem to generate about as much buzz (or, at least gawking) as the race horses. This year, NBC Sports has tapped style icon Coco Rocha to break down the fashions. Fresh off her role as a supermodel coach on The Face, we imagine her powers of appraisal have never been sharper.