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Fashion Saves Lives Fashion Challenge

​Deadline is this Friday, August 8 for designers to submit an original sketch of a garment that represents the beauty of Breast Cancer Survivorship.

By Hilary Geisbert | August 5, 2014, 12:00 am

-Shutterstock
Charmed Life

Fashion Saves Lives Fashion Challenge

​Deadline is this Friday, August 8 for designers to submit an original sketch of a garment that represents the beauty of Breast Cancer Survivorship.

By Hilary Geisbert | August 5, 2014, 12:00 am

-Shutterstock

Deadline is this Friday, August 8 for designers to submit an original sketch of a garment that represents the beauty of Breast Cancer Survivorship. The sketches will then be reviewed by a panel of judges (Lana Rae of Fashion Awards MDChristopher Schafer of Christopher Schafer Clothier, Sloane Brown of The Baltimore Sun, and myself), choosing the top three, which will be made into garments and featured at the ABCF 2014 Fashion Saves Lives event at Port Discovery on October 28, where the winner will be announced and given $500 in prize money. 

THE RULES:
*Must be an original design created by the person submitting
*Sketch must be in color
*The designer must be available to design the garment (if selected) and showcase it on Oct. 28 in Baltimore.

TO SUBMIT:
*Sketch must by submitted by August 8 to this email address: [email protected]
*Must include your full name, your company/brand name, phone number, email address, the projected fabric(s) to be used, and a brief description of the inspiration, design and style of your garment (about 5 sentences).

Image courtesy of the American Breast Cancer Foundation. 




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