Television of the millennium is over saturated with "Reality TV". While it's apparent that America's favorite housewives or the kids of the Jersey Shore have encounters that are so set-up, it's almost scripted, the front runner of Reality TV will always be competition shows. You can blame it on American Idol, which spawned so many knock-off singing shows it's hard to keep up with the newest editions, but every channel has their own competitive show, in which you can root for your favorite talent. You like special effects? Watch Syfy's Face-Off. You like cooking? There's Top Chef, Iron Chef, or Food Network Star. You like manis and pedis? You've got Oxygen's Nailed It. However, fashion lovers have long been given scarce options to give them their TV fix; with America's Next Top Model and Project Runway, we got fabricated and sensationalized peek into how the industry operates. Last year though, Ovation TV provided a breath of fresh air with its series The Fashion Fund, which makes it's return tonight. The show feels more like a documentary compartmentalized into several hour long episodes, instead of a chronicle of made-for-tv drama.
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