The Courts Fashionista Competition is back and Better than EVER

The ever popular Courts Fashionista competition is back and it is better than Ever!

Young aspiring designers from Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis,   St Lucia and St Vincent and the Grenadines will get a chance to showcase their talent and skill at the fourth edition of the Courts Fashionista Competition.

Launched in 2014 as a spinoff to the then Fashionable Furniture promotion, the Courts Fashionista competition presented that much needed platform where young, amateur aspiring designers would get the once in a lifetime opportunity to showcase their creativity at the national level.

Since its inception, the competition has grown significantly and has been made a staple on the company’s calendar of events. Conceptualized with the primary purpose of improving and developing the talent of our youth, the Courts Fashionista competition is a widely celebrated and anticipated initiative. This year’s competition will be held in conjunction with our primary promotion “We’ve Got It All at Courts” and interested designers are asked to visit any Courts Branch to request a copy of the brochure. For our online subscribers, a copy of the brochure can be obtained by visiting our Facebook page.

Designers are reminded that an accompanying sketch is to be presented, inspired by one of the products in the brochure that will depict their final design to be featured in the show. Finalists will then be selected based on their design submissions where they will compete for the chance at being crowned the Courts Fashionista competition. Finalists will receive a stipend of $300 cash which will go towards the purchase of essential items needed to complete their designs.

Don’t wait to hear about it, be a part of it! The highly anticipated “Courts Furniture Fashionista Competition” will be held in September at a Courts Store. Visit us online at www.shopcourts.com or “like” us on Facebook at facebook.com/courtsstlucia for more information.

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