Sunday Observer: CAT SINGER Designer of the Year
Expand your horizons
If you spent most of your childhood making clothes for your dolls
instead of playing with your friends, then they say you're destined to
be a fashion designer. What's more if you are successful at the CAT
SINGER Designer of the Year 2012 contest, that could mean it's a
stepping stone into the international fashion world, and the opportunity
to expand your horizons.
CATS designers, an association that conducts dress and fashion
workshops, seminars and events are extremely happy with the big burst of
applications that they have received and by popular demand the
organisation has decided to extend the closing date to August 3 and
thereby entice those who are sitting on the fence and thinking 'should
I' or 'should I not' to send in their application pronto and be a
There will be 10 categories at fashion styles and your sketches
should be on A4 paper. The categories for a contestant to make a choice
are bridal wear, kiddies wear, winter wear, saree wear, evening wear,
office wear, sports wear, lingerie and casual wear.
The first three winners of the contest will receive sewing machines
with the compliments of Singer, while the 10 category winners, the 1st
runner-up and 2nd runner-up will also win valuable prizes. The overall
winner section will also have a 1st runner-up and a 2nd runner-up.
Winners in the contest will also receive scholarships in Fashion
Designing Technology, courtesy of Fashion Tec (Institute of Fashion
Technology). This diploma in fashion designing will take you through
studies in fashion creating, fashion illustrations, colour theories,
international high quality methods for cutting, sewing, finishing and
many other aspects of designing technology. Contact 0758824115 for
further details. All participants will receive certificates and
The Sunday Observer is the print media partner while the sponsors of
this looked-forward-to contest are the Grand Oriental Hotel - the
official hotel, Sterling Flowers, Semage Mirrors, Rite Shu, Elegant
Smockers and Y FM Radio.