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Children's Fashion Cologne brings new CFC YoungStars Award
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Apr '14
For the first time ever, the Children's Fashion Cologne (10 to 12 July 2014) will be presenting its new prize, the CFC YoungStars Award, to newcomers from the baby and children's fashion design sector. 
 
The competition explicitly addresses aspiring fashion designers, offering them a platform where they can present themselves, their collections and designs to a wide-ranging trade audience. In future, the award is to be regularly presented in Cologne during the summer edition of the Children's Fashion Cologne. The design competition is the first prize in Germany that focuses especially on the children's fashion industry.
 
International aspiring designers, graduates of fashion schools as well as newly-founded labels from the children's fashion sector, who haven't launched more than three collections onto the market to-date, are eligible for participation. 
 
After a preselection among the entries, three nominees will have the opportunity to present their respective collection, samples or designs during the Children's Fashion Cologne. 
 
Subsequently, a jury comprising of well-known brand representatives will elect the winner of the CFC YoungStars Award. The winner will win prize-money as well as a free presentation surface at the winter edition of Children's Fashion Cologne, which is scheduled to take place in January 2015 in Cologne. Furthermore, the winner will profit from expert PR support. 

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