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Competition: Fashion Design From Africa 2015

  •  ITC EFI 

     competition fashion design  

    Photos courtesy of: Altaroma, Asiko Fine Art Photography, Ibra Ake, Jason Eric Hardwick Photography & ITC Ethical Fashion Initiative.

    Who are You?

    Are you a talented fashion and/or accessory designer from the African continent?
    Have you established a fashion business with experience showcasing internationally?
    Do you dream of building your international brand that values and commits to high quality artisanship?

    Would you like the opportunity to partner with ITC Ethical Fashion Initiative to gain experience & participate in international fashion industry platforms in partnership with Vogue Italia.

    Who We Are

    Since 2013, the International Trade Centre Ethical Fashion Initiative mentors emerging African fashion designers by connecting them with international fashion buyers and press to promote trade.

    We are inviting designers from across Africa that possess creative capacities, potential and passion to expand their business while creating jobs and more demand for luxury artisanship in ethical fashion.

    Your Opportunity:

    Interact with our team and connect to key fashion platforms that are part of the Ethical Fashion Initiative network.

    How to Apply?

    If you fit the description above, please send a complete application no later than January 5th 2015.

    Applications submitted after this deadline will not be accepted.

    Applications should include: a completed Designer Profile form, a designer CV (PDF format only) and 8 photos of your recent work (professionally photographed). These documents should be sent over email as a zipped folder attachment to: africandesigner@intracen.org


    Find out more about the Ethical Fashion Initiative here: www.ethicalfashioninitiative.org

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