Vogue Fashion Fund 2013: How to apply

19th April 2013

A last minute shout out to all you budding fashion designers- the Vogue India Fashion Fund’s April 30th deadline is fast approaching so make sure you get your application in! You can do that by visiting the Vogue Fashion Fund site and following the instructions.

The Vogue Fashion Fund is a global initiative that has helped to shape the careers of some of the industry’s brightest talents. Past alumni include Joseph Altuzarra, Alexander Wang, Erdem, Proenza Schouler and of course Pero by Aneeth Arora- the first winner of the Vogue India Fashion Fund last year.

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“For a country that boasts such a stunning array of embroideries, textiles and craftsmanship, it’s no surprise that we consistently produce exceptional design talent. With the Vogue Fashion Fund, our endeavour is to strengthen the foundation for Indian designers and help marry their creativity with commercial success.”Priya Tanna, Editor, Vogue India

Vogue India shot a short film last year explaining the Fashion Fund’s purpose and the behind the scenes process of how and who will be judging the finalists.

and here’s winner Pero by Aneeth Arora’s show at WIFW 13

and here’s what the winner of the Vogue Fashion Fund in colloboration with FDCI will win….

• Fashion shoot in Vogue India

• Year-long business/creative/marketing mentorship with an industry professional

• Cash prize money

• Access to prominent fashion platforms in the industry

• Mentorship from Vogue

• Public relations support and media coverage

www.voguefashionfund.com

Image & Video Credit: Vogue India

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