Discover the new edition of ISKO I-SKOOL™ 2016/2017, now launching the Denim Design Award Registrations, open until February 15th, 2017.
Addressing students of fashion design all over the world, the fourth edition of the Denim Design Award contest is unveiling a bold “Creative Theme”: GENDERFUL, a fresh and provocative creative theme topic anticipating the coolest future trends of fashion.
Once again, the most talented students on a global scale will have the outstanding opportunity to access the one-of-a-kind fashion network and professional expertise made available by the ISKO I-SKOOL™ project, with the possibility of being awarded with prestigious internships and mentions within the industry and beyond.
Denim Design Award: discovering the partnering Schools.
Discover the absolutely prestigious institutions that have already confirmed their participation in the Denim Design Award! ISKO I-SKOOL™ 4th Edition Partnering Schools
Applications from independent students are now possible!
The novelty of this year is the involvement of Independent Students, who have the possibility to apply for the Denim Design Award until February the 15th directly from the official website of the competition.
GENDERFUL, the new Creative Theme.
During the fourth edition of the ISKO I-SKOOL™ Denim Design Award, students will prove themselves around GENDERFUL, a celebration of the new and inclusive ways to conceive the multiplicity of models of self expression, that are now overtaking normative gender categories for a promotion of new and evolving forms of identity.
Young designers are asked to design one outfit for each of two different creative directions choosing the season they prefer:
– From unisex to multisex: the challenge calls for the creation of garments that are perfectly suitable for both contemporary men and women in order to create a new gender category, multisex, to include all the multitudinous set of identities that are drawing the new face of modern society.
– Identity beyond gender: the globalized spirit of the world allows us to transcend stereotypical boundaries of race, nationality, class or age. For this reason competitors will conceive outfits able to create a totally new imagine of ourselves, a reflection of the flexibility of the traditional cultural and biological boundaries.