Spanish Adaptation of Sewing Bee Returns to TVE

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by @todotvnews the 09/01/2019
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The Spanish network announced season two of Maestros de la costura, its local adaptation of the British format Sewing Bee, from BBC Studios. 

After a hit first season, which averaged almost two million viewers and a 13.9% share, TVE announced this week the return of Maestros de la costura, the Spanish adaptation of the British format Sewing Bee.

The show is a sewing and design format that has already been adapted in France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

For its new season, the show will return with 12 contestants who have been selected among more than 12,000 hopefuls that answered the casting call for the second season.

The jury is made up of Lorenzo Caprile, María Escoté and Alejandro Palomo, who will be joined by special guests like Ana Fernández, Ana Polvorosa, Fernando Tejero, Brays Efe, Loles León, Rossy de Palma, Brisa Fenoy and all the other contestants from season one. Raquel Sánchez Silva will host.

The winner will receive the Golden Mannequin, 50,000 euros, the chance to have a capsule collection for sale at the Corte Inglés, and will complete his/her studies with a specialized fashion course in Fashion Design.

The runner up will also get a prize: a Master Vogue in fashion communication and a six-month internship at the design department at the Corte Inglés.

The Spanish version of the Sewing Bee is produced by Shine Iberia. Macarena Rey, company CEO in Spain, highlighted the importance of the show.

“Maestros de la costura is an homage to the fashion trade, an industry that moves more than 90 billion euros and employs more than 200,000 people. The show’s objective is to act as a fashion embassy so that contestants can fulfill their dreams,” she explained.

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