Mad Fashion
2010
(5)
Season 1

Season 1

1. Shoegasm

Oct 4, 2011
On the premiere episode of "Mad Fashion," Chris March and his team are working with shoe designer Ruthie Davis to create a striking look for the Fashion Week launch of her new shoe line. Ruthie wants a dress that is really going to impress and is hoping that he will use her idea of a Bond girl as his inspiration. Chris' idea is to take a much more literal approach to the design and is intent on making a dress of shoes. Will his cutting-edge look leave her wishing it was for her eyes only?

2. Night of a Thousand Gowns

Oct 11, 2011
Former Real Housewife of New Jersey, Dina Manzo, has sought out Chris March's help to create a one-of-a-kind dress for the biggest drag queen event of the year, Night of a Thousand Gowns. Dina wants her look to evoke 1950s Hollywood glamour. She is willing to suffer for fashion but when Chris chooses a fabric best described as "glittery sandpaper," he may have pushed the limit of wearable art just a little too far.

3. Mardi Gras!

Oct 18, 2011
Chris March gets a call from a celebrity he deeply admires and adores - actress Jennifer Coolidge. The star of numerous films such as Legally Blonde, American Pie and Best in Show, Jennifer needs Chris to design an original 'Ice-Queen' outfit for her to wear as she rides the lead parade float at Mardi Gras. But with only three days until the festivities begin, Chris and his team are up against the clock to shop, create an outfit and fly to New Orleans before the big parade.

4. Double Design Trouble

Oct 25, 2011
Vanessa and Angela Simmons, the oldest daughters of hip-hop icon Rev Run of Run DMC, fly to NYC to have Chris create two unique looks for a star-studded event in LA to launch Mattel's new "So In Style" Barbie. The ladies want a Barbie inspired look that will solidify them in the fashion hall of fame and transform them from child starlets to fashion moguls. With a limited schedule, can Chris cook up two looks for these heiresses of hip-hop?

5. One Humongous Headpiece

Nov 1, 2011
Chris March teams up with Golf, the acclaimed "Orchid King" from high-end floral design house Tantawan Bloom, to create an outrageous floral headpiece and outfit for the charity competition, Tulips and Pansies. Chris is known for his jaw-dropping headpiece designs, so this week he is pulling out all the stops to create a 13-foot floral masterpiece. Golf is a two-time winner of Tulips and Pansies, and the pressure to live up to that legacy is intense.

6. I Said Showstopper

Nov 8, 2011
Chris March and his design team accept the challenge to create a look for the Queen of NY Nightlife, Susanne Bartsch. Known for her fashion flair, Susanne will be emceeing the Patricia Field Valentine's Ball, the premiere event for NYC Fashion Week. Susanne always pushes the boundaries of fashion, and she knows what she wants, so Chris will need to create a look that will both impress the NYC fashion elite and please one of his toughest clients.

7. Let Them Eat Cake

Nov 15, 2011
Chris March turns back the clock to create a one-of-a-kind Marie Antoinette dress for Tracy Stern, owner of the ultra-chic Salon Tea, for her Victorian-themed fundraiser at the National Arts Club. Famous for her "Chari-tea" parties, Tracy has come to Chris and his team to create a look that will both impress the court and dazzle the press. With his over-the-top vision, will everyone think she is more Mad Hatter than modern Victorian-chic?

8. Wonderdog

Nov 22, 2011
Chris March and his team are taking fashion to the dogs when television host Maria Sansone wants to be transformed into a 1950's housewife for Animal Fair Magazine's annual Paws for Style fashion show. Maria not only needs Chris to create a runway look for her, but also a complementing look for her cockapoo Ralphie. Will Chris' vision for Maria and Ralphie sparkle on the catwalk, or has he bitten off more than he can chew?

9. A Brastrocity

Nov 29, 2011
On this episode of Mad Fashion, Chris March is creating a look for stylist and author Jené Luciani. Jene is the self-proclaimed bra lady who needs a knockout-look for the launch party of the digital version of her Bra Book Chris is going to need proper support from his team as he attempts to make a full dress out of 200 bras. Will Chris be able to hold up his lofty concept or will this be the design that sags?

10. The Met Ball

Dec 6, 2011
On the season finale of Mad Fashion, Chris March gets the opportunity he has only dreamt about -- a chance to design for the Met Ball. Chris creates a one-of-a-kind outfit for Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen as she makes her first trip to the fashion world's premiere event. But if the pressure of the Met Ball isn't enough, Chris also needs the approval of Chrissy's boyfriend --Grammy winning R&B star John Legend! Can Chris get John's legendary seal of approval or will this be the look that falls flat?

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