INTERNATIONAL FASHION WEEKS 2019

Article by: Muhammad Asim Khan

World Fashion Council is looking for young, brilliant and talented designers who will have the incredible opportunity to take part in the “Changing the Face of Fashion”Designer Contest 2020.

Our mission is to “Change the Face of Fashion” through our work. We hold a platform for artist to freely create in a new way. Breaking barriers in fashion and in the world is how we can provoke change. We tackle 3 aspects of fashion that we feel need to be attended to: Diversity, Sustainability and Human Rights.

The time has come for this once-in-a-life-time opportunity to create a new norm in the industry! Are you a bright young talent, just beaming to showcase new ideas and break the boundaries of the fashion world? Eligible are fashion designers who are not have being in the industry for longer than two years. This competition especially welcomes aspiring designers, or fresh graduates, to brave this bold step with us. To enter, applicants must submit an online application. successful applicant is one with strong designs, unique perspective, and a great sense of ambition and drive. We are on the look-out for a trailblazer designer who believes in the same cause!

The deserving winner must have designs of values; empowerment for all, humanist approach, outstanding fashion and rapture for breaking norm boundaries. The winner will be showcased at the International Fashion Weeks Amsterdam 2020 event, with travel and stay covered. They will also receive one year of branding and marketing as per their title throughInternational Fashion Weeks events, and our press coverage.

Our organizations dedicate to raising the profile of international fashion with focus on the emergence of Amsterdam as one of the most important cultural cities in Europe.  
Our organizations dedicate to raising the profile of international fashion with focus on the emergence of Amsterdam as one of the most important cultural cities in Europe.  
Our organizations dedicate to raising the profile of international fashion with focus on the emergence of Amsterdam as one of the most important cultural cities in Europe.  
We are dedicated to supporting apparel, design and art commu-nities through a variety of initiatives, partners, organizations, and showcasing the best local innovators in art and music. We suport diversity on the catwalk, having models of all nationalities, shapes, sizes and sexual orientations. As an example, this year we had the pleasure of working with plus size and transgender models. 
 One great success was the collaboration of the Royal Embassy of the Netherlands with Ghana, and Vlisco Ghana. Hence, selected fashion designers and models got a lifetime opportunity to be exposed to the fashion world during our show.  
HighlightsOmar MunieOmar is a sucessful bag designer located in Rotterdam.Besides doing amazing sustainable work with recycled leather, Omar has proven to be a great humanitarian who fights for human rights. As a refugee himself, he recognizes the importance of helping others in need. His first charity line consisted of recycled orange bracelets to help Syrian refugges. For this collection, Omar decided to support a great Organization, the Red Cross. He upcycled bags for this collaboration with the purpose of demonstrating that having an inclussive culture is a beautiful goal for everyone.He is definitely a great inspiration for many poeple! 
 Highlights Designed by Josh One of our greatest highlights from the show was Josh, a high school boy from Kent, UK. This impressive designer is a 13- year-old boy who is deeply passion-ate about fashion. He was inspired by his mom’s closet to doodle and design from early age. Today, Josh dreams of dressing celebrities and working in many countries. His role models are Alexander Mcqueen and Elli Saab. His huge success has even been noted by BBC, as we may see in their interview. “I believe everyone is entitled to wear what they want to wear, but through my designs empowering and making women feel glamorous and confident in the work place is the ethos behind my collection!” 
Morroco Issam Wachma KounouzZahara Styling Samira Mhaidi Sara Zaroili Nissrine Bakkali  USA Monica Jones Michael Lombard Underated Co. Sofiya Mozley Michelle Huynh   Ghana  Threaded Tribes Neno MMX Kenneth Couture Bello Couture Turquoise Couture Steve FrenchJonmmo RoyeEketino  Multi Diana Pinto – FRMarco Vantuti -BEDelayne Dixon – CAFranco Arazzi Multibags – CZJsut-B – PK 
UK JoshDaniele Bardis Ana de SaAllessandria Coppola  Nederlands Omar Munie MillasuDemnati   
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