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6Degree designers to show their work on Sheroes
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Jul '16
Courtesy: 6degree
Courtesy: 6degree
Indian fashion talent and tech start up 6Degree has joined hands with Sheroes, a career destination for women professionals, which will offer 6Degree the opportunity to connect with Sheroes network of women professionals.

In particular, the designer community at 6Degree will be able to showcase their work on Sheroes and at the same time, 6Degree designers will also mentor upcoming fashion talent and participate in various initiatives.

6Degree, which recently raised $200,000, said it already serves over 2,500 fashion professionals and claims to have Lakme Fashion Week, India Fashion Week London, Fashion Forward Dubai and many others as its clientele.

Amit Bhardwaj from 6Degree said, “6Degree aims at bringing together professionals in the fashion space whereas Sheroes brings female professionals from diverse career backgrounds on a common platform.”

“We offer a platform to budding designer's whose potential has been untapped and so we are sure that women professionals at Sheroes will benefit from the ensembles created by them,” he added.

6Degree provides opportunities for fashion professionals to showcase their talent across the globe and unifies individuals related to the fashion domain such as fashion designers, bloggers, brands, models and photographers on a common platform.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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