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By Emma Spedding - 5 December 2014
Deputy Digital Editor
Iggy Azalea [Getty]
Who could possibly fill Cindy Crawford's Miu Mius? This is the question the world asked when the beloved '90s fashion show, House of Style, made a comeback in 2012. The answer was Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls who were the supers chosen to give us a behind-the-scenes look into the world of modelling.
The rebooted House of Style was only broadcast online and lasted for just one season. But the iconic show is back on MTV (again), and this time it will be hosted by... no not Cara... not Mossy... but.... wait for it... Iggy Azalea.
Iggy may be a surprising choice, given she's not, you know, a model, but she has the industry creds. Iggs has starred in a House of Holland campaign, performed for Alexander Wang x H&M and she is quickly becoming a front row favourite. Plus she has already given a '90s cult classic an Iggy spin when she did a Cher Horowitz for her video 'Fancy'.
So how will it compare to the original? We watched as up-and-coming supers Linda Evangelista, Helena Christensen and Christy Turlington (you may have heard of them) made their way in the fashion industry. Naomi Campbell was seen using acne medicine - GASP! - and Cindy Crawford was filmed rapping with Will Smith - HA!
So what could be on the cards this time? We'd like to see how Kate Moss gets ready in the morning and Cara Delevingne give an eyebrow tutorial please.
See Iggy's style evolution in the gallery below...
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