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LCF student selected for 'Designer for Tomorrow' contest
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Jun '13
LCF student, Ioana Ciolacu Miron, MA Fashion Design and Technology Womenswear, is one of five finalists in the prestigious Designer for Tomorrow competition, judged by Stella McCartney.

Yun Jeong Yang, LCF alumna MA Fashion Design and Technology Menswear, also made it to the top ten in the competition.

The Designer for Tomorrow competition provides a platform for creativity by promoting and supporting the fashion innovators of the future. Run by Peek & Cloppenburg Duesseldorf and Fashion ID, the finalists were selected by leading designer, Stella McCartney, out of 350 applications which came in from across Europe.

As a finalist, Ioana will show her collection at Berlin Fashion Week in July. The young designer now has the chance to win a sponsorship programme with professional mentoring.

Ioana’s designs deal with the concept of paradox, exploring the duality of human nature. Ioana said:

“Like myself, I am both shy and exuberant, feminine and boyish. I am both creative and down-to-earth: that’s why I think I should win Designer for Tomorrow.”

The winner will be chosen at the show at the Mercededez Benz Fashion Week in Berlin which runs from the 2nd – 7th of July.

London College of Fashion


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