Americaâ€™s Next Top Modelreturns to The CW for cycle 15 tonight at 8 p.m. ET, and with a new magazine partner â€” Vogue Italia replaces Seventeen â€” comes a new focus on high fashion. The winner, who still earns her $100,000 CoverGirl contract even though this yearâ€™s victor will need to have a more editorial and less commercial look, will get a spread in a Vogue Italia, as well as a second spread and cover for Beauty in Vogue, the beauty magazine of Vogue Italia. Sheâ€™ll also be prominently featured on the website Vogue.It. The modeling agency that signs the winner has also changed to IMG Model Management, and for the first time in the showâ€™s history, representatives were present when producers were casting the 14 contestants. â€œSo they had an opinion right from the start of what girls could be viable or not,â€ says exec producer Ken Mok, adding that the showâ€™s deals with Vogue Italia and IMG have already been re-upped for cycle 16.