Battle of the Wardrobes

Period: 2012 – present.

Channel: Domestic Channel

Battle of the Wardrobes is a competition where contestants create each other’s looks based on their taste and intuition.

Famous men who are in no way connected to fashion are independent experts. They evaluate the participants’ choice like men, not influenced by trends.

16 different women take part in the show. Only four of them will go shopping to one of the world’s fashion capitals and only one get take the big price – 150 000 rubles for shopping.

The goal is to choose a dress not for yourself, but for the competitors. The biggest challenge is to find good looking, fancy and appropriate dresses, which is against women’s logics. This makes the show emotional and unpredictable. To guide and support the participants there is the host Maxim Rapoport. As a talented designer Maxim knows all about fashion and can judge their choices professionally. Fashion expert Anna Chigirinskych will comment on the contestants playing style and analyze their mistakes. Ex-host was Timur Guchkaev.

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