The short film features interviews with Crawford — the show's original host — Coco Rocha, Karlie Kloss, Azealia Banks, and Theophilus London, among others, all of whom discuss what made the show so important. Not least among those reasons was how the show helped a new generation of people learn about the industry. "I feel like House of Style did start to make fashion more accessible to kids who can't afford high fashion," said Rebecca Romijn, who hosted the show from 1997 to 1999.
The documentary makes a strong case for why MTV should bring House of Style back as a part of its regularly scheduled programming, but the network's executives said when they announced its relaunch that the show will exist in a variety of forms across multiple media channels.
A look at the first new entry in the show's programming in the video below.