The Fashion Is Fierce in Season 3 of "Making the Cut" — Shop the Winning Looks (So Far)
Streaming's hottest fashion competition show has finally returned for its long-awaited third season, bringing with it more high-stakes drama, quick turnaround styles, and 10 talented designers from around the world who are all vying for a shot at the top prize: a $1 million investment, an Amazon mentorship, and a global fashion brand of their own (casual!). The series in question is, of course, Prime Video's "Making the Cut," which first made waves back in 2020 with hosts (and industry icons) Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn at the helm.
The duo are back yet again for the show's third season, along with two new guest judges in Moschino's creative director, Jeremy Scott, and House of Harlow 1960's creative director, Nicole Richie. Each week, competitors will work to design signature styles of their own that not only reflect their personal aesthetic but also align with each episode's revolving theme, giving them the opportunity to showcase their skills in creating everything from evening attire to revamped winter-wear pieces, all in the span of only a few episodes. The best part? Viewers will get to shop the styles in real time, as all of the winning looks will be available to purchase on Amazon after each episode airs — along with a few bonus styles inspired by the winners' additional sketches.
If you've yet to tune into "Making the Cut," you can still binge the entire first and second seasons of the fashion competition series on Amazon Prime Video — and catch up quickly enough to watch the third season as it airs weekly, too. Keep reading to shop the winning looks from episodes three and four of "Making the Cut"'s third season.
"Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 3: Winter Wear Winning Look
For the design challenge in episode three, competitors were tasked with creating two winter-outerwear looks that were infused with their own brand's flair. Jeanette Limas harnessed her passion and pattern-making skills to take the top spot in this episode, winning the challenge and completely flooring the judges with her extravagant "Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 3 Winning Look Jeanette's Metallic Jacquard Coat With Sash ($150). With this golden coat, you're sure to be turning heads in any room this winter — and delivering as the best dressed guest at your next holiday soirée.
"Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 3: Satin Wide Leg Pant Inspired by Jeanette's Winning Look
Fans and viewers of "Making the Cut" are getting treated to a wide variety of bonus styles this season, with pieces that are not only inspired by each challenge's winning look — just like this "Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 3 Satin Wide Leg Pant Inspired by Jeanette's Winning Look ($70) — but are also available to shop on Amazon. These glossy pants are so chic and polished. We'd love wearing them to work or even date night — with the right pair of heels to accompany the style, of course.
"Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 3: Satin Midi Dress Inspired by Jeanette's Winning Look
It doesn't get more regal than a red satin dress, especially if it's as darling at this "Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 3 Satin Short Sleeve Midi Dress Inspired by Jeanette's Winning Look ($80). From the collared neckline to the flattering silhouette and effortless sleeves, there's so much to love about the style. Pair the elegant dress with a classic red lip and statement designer handbag for a memorable evening ensemble.
"Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 3: Satin Dress Inspired by Jeanette's Winning Look
Embrace your inner golden girl in this "Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 3 Satin One-Shoulder Asymmetric Dress Inspired by Jeanette's Winning Look ($80). The one-shoulder slip doubles as the perfect transitional style, with a breathable silhouette and flexible design that can be comfortably worn to holiday parties, weddings, or even your next night out on the town. Finish the look with your favorite statement jewels and stilettos, then prepare to be the style envy of any event.
"Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 4: Cohesive Collection Winning Look
In "Making the Cut"'s fourth episode, Yannik Zamboni managed to take the week's top spot by winning the cohesive collection assignment with this "Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 4 Winning Look Yannik's Deconstructed Trench Coat Dress ($80). The one-day assignment asked competitors to work with one another in creating a singular collection, all while managing to infuse their own personalities and aesthetics into the pieces. Zamboni is no stranger to pushing the envelope when it comes to fashion, often creating styles that feel otherworldly — just like this capsule trench coat.
"Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 4: Deconstructed Corduroy Corset Inspired by the Winning Look
This "Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 4 Deconstructed Corduroy Corset Inspired by Yannik's Winning Look ($70) played into the same style themes as episode four's winning piece but with a fresher and more transitional take. The classic corset top gets a major upgrade in this style, with a structured neckline, button accents, and a tie-waist design that's as unique as it is practical.
"Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 4: Deconstructed Corduroy Pant Inspired by the Winning Look
We're already seeing corduroy fashion everywhere this fall, and this "Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 4 Deconstructed Wide Leg Corduroy Pant Inspired by Yannik's Winning Look ($80) definitely managed to live up to the hype of the fashion trend. These pants feel equally modern and muted, making the style especially great for office wear or any occasion that requires more of a formal dress code.
"Making the Cut" Season 3 Episode 4: Deconstructed Corduroy Jumpsuit Inspired by the Winning Look
And in the grandest finale (don't worry, we're not to the actual finale just yet), Zamboni's challenge-winning corduroy designs were all blended together into one seamless style, showcased in this "Making the Cut"Season 3 Episode 4 Deconstructed Corduroy Wide Leg Jumpsuit Inspired by Yannik's Winning Look ($90). With the wide-leg silhouette and shapely neckline, this look is definitely chic enough to be worn on its own. But thanks to the halter design, you can just as easily elevate the jumpsuit with a few seasonal layers, like an oversize blazer or even a distressed denim jacket.