Graduate Fashion Week goes international

Will showcase worldwide talent for first time

For the first time, this year's Graduate Fashion Week will be holding an International Show, with one student each from the most famous schools around the world showcasing their work.

On board are Parsons New York, where Marc Jacobs studied, Istituto Marangoni Italy, where Domenico Dolce honed his craft, and BUNKA Japan, where Kenzo and Yohji Yamamoto started out.

Graduate Fashion Week is annual event that determines the future stars of the fashion world: Stella McCartney, Christopher Bailey and Preen’s Justin Thornton all burst onto the fashion scene via its catwalks. Spanning four days, the event is sponsored by George at Asda and gives young designers the chance to present their work to the very people who could make them a renowned name in the industry.

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ELLE has 10 pairs of tickets to giveaway for the International Show taking place at 11am on Monday 3 June at Earls Court 2. For your chance to watch the show and spot a future fashion star, email your name and mobile number to elleexperience@elleuk.com by Wednesday 30 May, adding GRADUATE FASHION WEEK TICKETS as the subject line.

Visit the Graduate Fashion Week website here...

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