GTBank planning Africa’ s biggest fashion bootcamp

After a successful first edition, GTBank’s Sketch2Fame competition for aspiring fashion designers across Africa is set to return for the second year.

Going from last year’s contest, fans may be in for major surprises this time, the highlight of which will be the emergence of Africa’s biggest fashion boot camp as part of the Sketch2Fame competition.

The Sketch2Fame competition, which is a key part of the GTBank Fashion Weekend, last year saw the emergence of Charles Egbejule, as one of Africa’s most talented designers.

He impressed a panel of renowned fashion experts that included renowned fashion illustrator and designer, Giles Deacon, celebrity photographer TY. Bello, fashion retailer and stylist, Ezinne Chinkata, and Welsh fashion designer, Julien Macdonald.

GTBank is expecting more fashion moguls to join the fray this year to be part of the lineup of facilitators at the fashion boot camp.

The structure of the BootCamp would include immersion of upcoming fashion designers from across the continent in a non-stop three-day marathon session of masterclasses and hands-on training on the art and business of sketching in fashion and design.

At the end of the sessions, participants will enter their design sketches into the Sketch to Fame Competition after which the panel of experts will choose three winning designs to be developed and showcased at the GTBank Fashion Weekend.

Something really big is coming to the Sketch2Fame competition this year and many fans cannot wait to find out all the fine details when an official announcement is finally made.

Also, while there is no call for entries yet, the GTBank Fashion Weekend this year will be held sometime in November, hence, the Sketch2Fame competition should start sometime within the next four weeks. 

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Written by Chiamaka Ekeh

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