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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Join the Ensembles "Wear My Design Contest"

How would you to like see a dress you designed being featured in Ensembles stores with your name credited as its designer and worn by Carmina Villarroel in her next photoshoot?


Ensembles is giving you the chance to break into the world of fashion through its first-ever WEAR MY DESIGN Contest where winning pieces will be produced for the Spring Dresses 2013 Collection. Wear My Design Competition is looking for original yet smartly flattering creations! No experience necessary, just a love for Ensembles’ style.  

To join the Wear My Design Contest:

Step 1: Visit the Contest Mechanics page at http://ensembles.com.ph/ for the complete set of rules. 

Step 2: Get a “Wear My Design” application form any Ensembles store or can be downloaded from http://www.ensembles.com.ph/

Step 3: Applicant should submit a minimum of 1 originally designed prototype dress suited to Ensembles’ style and market for the SPRING DRESSES 2013 Collection together with the application form (Sketch of the item is optional).  Applicant may opt to have prototype sewn by a seamstress. It should be in Size Ladies Small or Medium. Dress prototype can be sent to Elite Garments International Inc  at 996 Pablo Ocampo St., Malate, Manila or to any Ensembles branch on or before June 30, 2012. The collection piece should adhere to the image of the Ensembles brand. There are no maximum submissions, but each garment dress would need its individual application form.

Step 4: Wait for Ensembles to upload your collection on facebook. Once uploaded, invite your friends to vote for your entry. Voting is 10% of the criteria. Be creative and have fun! You may have your designed item produced with your name credited as its designer!

For more information, follow Ensembles on Facebook (facebook.com/EnsemblesOnline), Twitter (twitter.com/EnsemblesOnline) and Pinterest (pinterest.com/EnsemblesPH). 

1 comment:

  1. wow, this is exciting! i wish I have the talent

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