Shop our picks from the show’s top designer.
If you haven't already watched a dozen fashion designers compete to expand their existing brands globally on , now's the time—the entire first season is available on Amazon Prime for your binge-watching needs. The best part of the show, which is hosted by Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, is that the winning looks from each week's challenge were made available to purchase on Amazon as each episode aired. Those looks sold out quickly, but you can still shop the debut collection of season one’s winner—*BIG spoiler alert*—now.
Designer Jonny Cota took the top spot, and his label is full of fashion-y streetwear pieces that are ideal for hanging, working, and doing all the things at home—with significantly more style than your go-to old sweats. Personally, we can’t wait to be able to wear the below items out, too.
幸运飞艇信誉靠谱计划微信群The brand is big on unisex designs, and this made-for-everyone shirt is both a step up from the plain tees you've probably been living in, but still comfy enough to throw in your loungewear cycle.
幸运飞艇信誉靠谱计划微信群Prepare to live in these linen pants this summer—they're lightweight, comfy, and will go with a ton of what you already have in your closet. Wear them while you work from home with literally any sweater or pair with a cropped tee during weekend happy hours.
This black crop top begs to be worn out to a rooftop bar (sigh) paired with a too-pricey drink, but it’s also a fun way to dress up your favorite pair of sweats for a night in at home (with a very affordable drink, instead)!
This mesh tunic transforms even the simplest outfits—even leggings and a sports bra—into a statement look. Play around with how you layer it, and look forward to all the compliments on your next Zoom hang.
A sweater dress is always a good move for its comfort and ease (literally just throw it on), and the puff sleeves and zipper slit on the side of this one make it a whole look.
If you never thought you'd purchase a pair of cargo pants, think again. And elastic waistband, loose fit, and fun print = the ideal “fun pants” trifecta.