Kate Moss, Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen, three of the biggest names dominating the '90s New York fashion landscape were the subject of the 2014 book by Maureen Callahan which delved into the supersonic rise of these three iconic names during this drama-filled, grungy, drug-fuelled, disruptive decade of fashion - which is still influencing fashion and pop culture today.

Champagne Supernovas by Maureen Callahan

Fascination with the fashion industry and the faces that dominate it both behind the scenes and on the catwalk is always high. Consider how many fictional and reality TV shows are dedicated to the topic from the soap opera drama of '90s Models Inc to current top rating reality shows Top Model and Project Runway. So when the book Champagne Supernovas came out charting the soap opera-style goings on in the '90s fashion scene it was only a matter of time before it came to the small screen.

According to The Hollywood Reporter the rights to the best-selling non-fiction book have been picked up by Filmula's Johnny Lin with producer Ben Shields Catlin attached as executive producer. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Catlin said, "Our goal is to ultimately bring the true narrative of the iconic '90s New York fashion era that reinvented the industry to the audience." And it's not the only project they're planning about this captivating subject, with Catlin adding, "...we are aggressively developing, producing and financing film and TV projects, Champagne Supernovas will be the first of many to come."

Supermodels, drugs and ‘90s fashion: this upcoming TV series has it all