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MyItThings in search for next 'IT' Fashion Designer
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May '08
MyItThings.com a leading publisher of user-generated fashion content, announced the launch of the "It" Designer Contest, the ultimate opportunity for aspiring designers.

A team of fashion industry experts will weigh in on the results and help discover new emerging talent, including "Project Runway" alum Malan Breton, the former Editor-in-Chief of Life & Style Sheryl Berk, C Magazine Executive Editor Nathan Cooper, Designer Keith Lissner, and MyItThings Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder Yuli Ziv.

"The contest offers great exposure for new and emerging designers especially students and graduates," says Yuli Ziv, Editor-in-Chief of MyItThings.com.

"MyItThings.com's social platform provides them with a unique chance to get immediate feedback on their designs from the site's community of trendsetters, tastemakers and fashionistas."

Ziv adds, "MyItThings is changing the fashion industry in the same way social networking and video sites changed the music industry. We are giving the designers a platform for exposure and consumers the power to decide on the future trends of the industry."

Entrants are invited to show off their pieces online for a chance to win the grand prize. Entries can be submitted through July 15. Each designer is asked to submit five previously created looks.

Site users will vote for their top 10 favorite designers. Then, the three finalists will be awarded $1,500 to work on their looks for a Spring 2009 collection.


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