Last Updated on June 5, 2023 by Eve Dawes
Everything you need to know about ‘Next in Fashion Season 2’ finalists Nigel Xavier, Bao and Deontrè’s clothing collections
Next in Fashion Season 2 definitely didn’t disappoint with it’s fabulous hosts Gigi Hadid, Tan France and the cast of 10 incredibly talented fashion designers. Especially when we got down to the Next in Fashion Season 2 winner Nigel Xavier and finalists Bao Tranchi and Deontrè Hancock who are all highly skilled designers in both creating and constructing. All of their aesthetics are so completely different and their skills deserve a massive amount of respect regardless of whether their styles speak to you or not. So if you’re looking for a cool Nigel Xavier jacket, sexy Bao Tranchi dress or any of the finalists clothing collections, check out all of the winners and finalists work below.
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Who were the Next in Fashion Season 2 winner and finalists
The 3 Next in Fashion Season 2 finalists were:
- Nigel Xavier
- Bao Tranchi
- Deontré Hancock
Who was the winner of Next in Fashion Season 2
Nigel Xavier was the winner of Next in Fashion Season 2 with his sustainable streetwear revolution featuring a lot of denim and skilled patchwork creations.
Winner of Next in Fashion season 2 Nigel Xavier
Nigel Xavier has a very unique style, as do all of the Next in Fashion season 2 cast and top 3 finalists. His designs are inspired by the ’90s and early ’00s fashion along with the music industry. As you can see with his use of denim, patchwork and bucket hats, which are a continual theme throughout the Netflix series and his current work.
Nigel Xavier on Rent The Runway | Nigel Xavier X RTR
You can find and rent Nigel from Next in Fashion Season 2 collection of women’s designs on Rent The Runway. His pieces start at $69 or as part of your monthly Rent The Runway plan. His women’s collection on Rent The Runway consists of 8 upcycled signature pieces. Which includes a lot of denim and patchwork skirts, jeans and 1 jacket.
- Nigel Xavier Upcycled tie dye straight jeans in the prettiest pastel colors.
- Nigel Xavier Upcycled tie dye mini skirt might be my favorite piece.
- Upcycled Bleached denim Mini skirt.
- Nigel Xavier jacket: Upcycled Tie Dye Jacket.
- Bleached denim upcycled midi skirt.
- Drawstring Women’s jeans.
- Upcycled patchwork jeans.
- Nigel Xavier upcycled bleached jeans.
- Upcycled patchwork straight jeans.
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Where to find Bao Tranchi from Next in Fashion Season 2 clothing collections
Hands down my absolute favorite designer from Next in Fashion Season 2 was Bao Tranchi who has her own clothing line and website. As well as collaboration with footwear brand United Nude.
Where to start with my favorite pieces? As Bao’s designs are much more my speed than the other 2 Next in Fashion Season 2 finalists. If forced to choose just 1 design, her sequin power midi dress is a total knockout and it’s on sale!
I love the femininity of Bao’s dresses and designs and how the glam styles hug a woman’s body. Her collection includes geometric cut out mini, midi and maxi dresses, bodysuits, skirts, and super sexy lingerie. In a predominantly sophisticated black, hot pink or neon green color palette which includes sequins, velvet, leather and sheer panels.
Where to find Deontré Hancock Next in Fashion Season 2 clothing collection
You can find Deontrè Hancock from Next in Fashion clothing on his website HoodLVM which includes some pieces you’ll recognize from Next in Fashion Season 2. Including the showstopper of a giant black puffer vest, denim hoodie and striking blue puffer coat.
Deontrè’s streetwear collection features a lot of his signature puffer jackets. As well as vests and oversized proportions with a futuristic feel. This DC based fashion designer takes his inspiration from the city streets not the runways and his styles combine both fashion and function.
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