On Thursday, Bravo announced its fall lineup will include a new reality show hosted by Vogue’s Andre Leon Talley. The fashion icon will serve as a mentor for "Fashion Stories of NYC," a reality show that challenges four teams of aspiring designers to create, show, and sell the “defining collection of their careers” in Manhattan. Sounding like a blend of five or six current fashion-focused reality shows, this one will bring back the beloved Talley to cable television since departing Tyra Banks' "America’s Next Top Model" on the CW.

The new lineup includes six other fashion, real estate, entrepreneurship, and relationship-focused shows. Another show titled "MD:OC" will follow Orange County doctors who make house calls for their wealthy patients. “Bravo is focused on developing and launching breakthrough programming in diverse genres and formats and teaming up with big-name talent who are experts in their field,” Bravo development VP Eli Lehrer says. “This development slate embraces the network’s pop-culture brand and allows us to explore some new and exciting worlds for our affluent and engaged audience.”

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