Sketch to Fame; A call for African Fashion Designers

Are you an aspiring fashion designer? Can you create amazing fashion sketches? Here’s an opportunity to showcase your designs live at #GTBankFashionWeekend

Every fashion statement begins with a sketch… Are you ready to make yours? With the Sketch to Fame Challenge, you can turn your sketches into fashion masterpieces.

Organized by GTBank, the Sketch to Fame Competition is offering young African fashion designers an opportunity to have their original collection produced and showcased at the 2018 GTBank Fashion Weekend.  The African fashion industry is filled with incredible talents, this is why GTBank Fashion Weekend is including the next generation of African designers in this year’s Fashion Weekend as part of the bank’s initiative to promote enterprise in the African fashion industry.

Three (3) winners would have their collections produced and showcased at the 2018 GTBank Fashion Weekend

How to Participate
Share an image(s) of a 5 piece collection designed by you using the hashtag #Sketch2Fame on your social media handle (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram)

Content of Post
5 sketch collection of your original designs

Campaign Timeline
Challenge Begins: September 12, 2018
Challenge Ends: September 25, 2018
Voting Begins: October 1, 2018
Voting Ends: October 7, 2018

What is the project selection process?

Stage 1: Post your image(s) on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with the official hashtag “#Sketch2Fame”
Stage 2: A team of judges would shortlist the most original and innovative collection for the next stage.
Stage 3: The 10 shortlisted projects will be posted on the GTBank Instagram handle. The 3 projects with the most likes will be produced.Criteria for selection

The selection criteria will focus on the creativity and originality of the collection as well as the feasibility of executing collection. Successful applicants will be informed via GTBank Facebook, Twitter and Instagram handles.

Terms and Conditions
The Sketch to Fame challenge is open to all across Africa only.

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