We are looking for the new design geniuses that can produce one innovative, avant-garde, creative, cutting edge or couture garment. The Fashion Designers’ & Craft Makers’ (FDC) YOUNG DESIGNER AWARD (9-25 years) is aimed at UK and International talented young people, the awards takes place at in London in the Autumn.
Young fashion designers 9-25 years that wish to enter, have to produce a story board and make one couture garment. To enter young designers should send an email to: email@example.com to request the appropriate application form, stating their age and a little bit of info about themselves and past work done and state which country and city they live in; do write ‘The FDC YOUNG DESIGNER AWARD' in the subject line. We are looking for gifted avant-garde young designers.
We are looking for exceptionally gifted young designers who have excelled creatively and have the potential to be the next big stars of the international fashion stage. FDC Young Designer Awards award was founded by London based Knitwear Designer Joanna Marcella. The aim is to increase the number and visibility of young and exceptionally gifted multi-cultural designers; to encourage them to reach their true potential and become as high profile as designers like: Marc Jacobs, Vivienne Westwood or Alexander McQueen.
The brief and final design is to design a cutting edge, couture garment based on the life and work of ‘British Fashion Designer Alexander McQueen’.Alexander McQueen: The visionary
Alexander McQueen produced some the greatest shows in fashion history: McQueen has created Perspex catwalks showered with rain and others that burst into flames; and he has required models to skate around a larger-than-life-size snowstorm or stalk the world's most glamorous padded cell.
Since the early 1990s, when the Savile Row-trained designer graduated and the late Isabella Blow famously bought his entire degree collection, McQueen has been the subject of controversy, but that belies both the clarity of his vision and the beauty of his work.
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