We’re pleased to announce we’ll be partnering up with Graduate Fashion Week this summer for a second year running, sponsoring the Fashion Styling & Creative Direction Award, as well as taking over the Truman Brewery Terrace in partnership with Reebok and their new release, Slice.
Nurturing creative talent at an early stage is key in the development of a craft. Within higher education, you’re given the opportunity to expand your portfolio and experiment with different media in order to work out who you are, and where you want to be in the future. Graduate Fashion Week allows students who’ve come to the end of their time in education, a platform from which to shout about their final collections and start attracting the attention of those in the industry.
We’re excited to be taking part in the 28th Graduate Fashion Week, situated in London’s Truman Brewery, which will take place on 2nd June -5th June 2019.
The Fashion Styling & Creative Direction Award sponsored by size? builds on the GFW and size? ethos, with a commitment to finding the most creative talent and to make sure their skills are showcased alongside industry professionals utilising our selection of the world’s best brands on our multiple channels. We understand the effectiveness of stylistic creativity whilst having a clear path and direction within each of our campaigns. The award will reach out to those individuals who are able to display their flair and vision.
The finalists selected by size? will be invited to the Graduate Fashion Week Gala Awards Show, where the winner will be announced and receive a cash prize.
As part of this year’s partnership, we’ll be present during the whole of Graduate Fashion Week 2019, hosting a series of inspiring interactive events and sessions such as an exclusive Reebok pop-up for their new Slice model, live Q&A sessions with New Balance Footwear Designer Sam Pearce and ASICS’ Marketing Account Manager, Helen Banks.
We’ll also be taking over the brewery’s famous Terrace area where you can grab a drink from Betsy’s Bar. The space will also be set-up for graduates to visit and chat about career opportunities with the size? and wider group Plc team.