The Face will be getting two new faces for Season 2.

Oxygen network has announced Anne Vyalitsyna and Lydia Hearst will join model and The Face executive producer Naomi Campbell as supermodel coaches for the reality competition's upcoming second season.

Vyalitsyna and Hearst will be replacing first-season supermodel coaches Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha in leading a group of models through the show's challenges and tasks.

"Anne V and Lydia are passionate, accomplished and highly regarded supermodels in the fashion industry," Oxygen executive Rod Aissa said in a statement. "Bringing in two new coaches for season two of The Face alongside the legendary Naomi Campbell gives our cast of hopefuls the ultimate opportunity to learn from the industry's best."

President of Shine America, which produces the series, and fellow executive producer Eden Gaha added, "We are thrilled to welcome Anne V and Lydia to The Face, which is fast becoming a global phenomenon. Alongside Naomi, our supermodel coaches will make an incredible team of mentors for a new group of hopeful models. This upcoming season promises to be truly compelling."

The Face will once again be hosted by former America's Next Top Model fashion photographer and judge Nigel Barker. However, he will have a more involved role next season, as he will also serve as a mentor to the season's 12 supermodel contestants.

The Face will continue to feature a team of models, each guided by one of three supermodel coaches offering the young hopefuls expertise and advice, undertaking real-life assignments such as photo shoots and commercials to understand what it takes to be the face of a brand.

The models will be exposed to some of the most influential names in the fashion industry along the way, and one girl will eventually be selected to become "The Face" of a major national brand.

The Face's second season is scheduled to premiere in early 2014.
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Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.