Bring on the revivals: There's another fashion series in the works, and it looks familiar.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, MTV is bringing back "House Of Style," which originally aired from 1989 to 1999.
“'House of Style' is deeply rooted in celebrating and drawing energy from our audience’s mix-and-match love of fashion, music and pop culture,” Dave Sirulnick, executive vice president of MTV News and Docs, said in a statement. “In bringing back 'House of Style,' we’re once again looking to spotlight the spirit, personality and sometimes humor of the most interesting people in fashion who personify the energy of style in 2012."
The original "House Of Style" zeroed in on the work of designers like Todd Oldham and John Galliano and chronicled the rise of models Cindy Crawford, Rebecca Romijn and Molly Simms.
The "House Of Style" reboot isn't the only change headed to the world of TV style shows this fall. Not only did Elle McPherson step down as a host of NBC's "Fashion Star" in June, but Heidi Klum teased a funny shake-up on Season 10 of Lifetime's "Project Runway."
"Not to toot my own horn, but the designers have to do something for me, which is hysterical," Klum told HuffPost. "People will laugh and cry because it is so funny. They had me on the floor laughing. I'm very excited about that. Not everything in fashion is so serious."
The new "House of Style" host will be revealed during the MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 6, with the show's official debut on Oct. 9.