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Who Is Ciara Chyanne From “Making the Cut” Season 3?

Ciara Chyanne

Making the Cut, Amazon Studios’ extremely competitive fashion reality program, will return on August 19 at 2:35 a.m. ET. The show is returning for another season to identify another “great worldwide fashion company.” The exhibition will highlight ten emerging designers and entrepreneurs who are poised to take their companies worldwide. Ciara Chyanne Morgan, a self-taught designer from Los Angeles, California, is one of the ten designers competing in Season 3. Ciara Chyanne’s label specializes on modern, high-fashion ready-to-wear clothing.

According to Amazon Studios’ press release concerning the show:

“Making the Cut is back on the hunt for the next big global fashion company. Season three of the fashion competition series, presented and executive produced by Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, will premiere on Prime Video on August 19 in over 240 countries and territories across the globe.”

Making the Cut will be shot in Los Angeles, with notable locales such as Rodeo Drive and Vasquez Rocks included. The designers will even perform on top of one of Downtown’s buildings. The winner will get a $1 million prize as well as assistance from Amazon Fashion to help them advance their business path. Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, from Project Runway, will return as hosts and executive producers this season.

Ciara Chyanne Morgan is A self-taught designer From Makes The Cut

The self-taught designer grew up in Watts, Los Angeles, and attended Woodbury University. Morgan does not have a formal fashion degree, although she did remark in an interview with ShoutoutLA that “she developed her own curriculum” and took extended classes from Woodbury University, OTIS College of Art and Design, and FIDM.

The self-taught designer grew up in Watts, Los Angeles, and attended Woodbury University. Morgan does not have a formal fashion degree, although she did remark in an interview with ShoutoutLA that “she developed her own curriculum” and took extended classes from Woodbury University, OTIS College of Art and Design, and FIDM.

She went on to say of her education:

“I relocated to Alabama and earned a Bachelor of Science in Sales and Marketing from the prestigious HBC Tuskegee University.” When I was 18, I launched my first company, tie dying and decorating denim and selling handmade jewelry out of my dorm room.”

Ciara Chyanne

Chyanne had worked in the fashion business for numerous years, but it was while working for Amazon that she discovered she wasn’t pleased with merely styling and wanted to be a designer instead. Ciara Chyanne Morgan launched her podcast Fashioned In Faith in 2019 and shared her story with the world, discussing how she frequently felt intensely the absence of a mentor in the profession. She sought to be herself on her podcast, commenting about things she was most knowledgeable about. The podcast also provides services and tools to assist other self-taught designers in their education.

Color, silhouette, and texture inspire the Making the Cut designer’s brand. Her designs are mostly focused on providing upgraded basics and simplistic ensembles for fashion enthusiasts.

According to her website:

“CIARA CHYANNE IS A LIFESTYLE, NOT JUST CLOTHING.” THE CIARA CHYANNE WOMAN ENJOYS STANDING OUT IN A ROOM WITHOUT LOOKING LIKE SHE TRIED. SHE IS UNAPOLOGETIC, FEARLESS, SMART, AND A FAITH-FILLED RISK TAKER.”

The designer also enjoys giving back to society and contributes a percentage of her revenue to non-profit organizations. OLCM Africa, a non-profit organization dedicated to improve living conditions in impoverished African areas, is one of the organizations to which she often gives.

Ciara Chyanne

The Making the Cut competitor is no stranger to fame. Her creations have been worn by Elaine Welteroth and Liza Koshy, and she has been featured in Essence magazine. Ciara was also awarded the She’s Next In Fashion award in 2022. Curtis Cassel, Emily Bargeron, Gabriella Meyer, Georgia Hardinge, Jeanette Limas, Rafael Chaouiche, Sienna Li, and Yannik Zamboni are among the other designers participating in Making the Cut Season 3. Sara Rea, Sue Kinkead, Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn, and Jennifer Love serve as executive producers.