CNMI Green Carpet Talent Competition 2017
The CNMI Green Carpet Talent Competition, launched by Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (CNMI) in collaboration with Eco-Age, invites emerging designers to create a bespoke sustainable look, which celebrates the excellence of Made in Italy, pairing ethics with aesthetics.
All entrants are challenged to incorporate the Green Carpet Challenge® (GCC®) Principles of Sustainable Excellence, Eco-Age’s guidelines which relate to a range of social and environmental impacts typically caused by the fashion industry, into their bespoke look.
Five finalists will be invited to attend The Green Carpet Fashion Awards, Italia 2017 at Teatro alla Scala on 24 September 2017. That night, one designer will be recognised as the winner of the The GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer, winning an exclusive retail deal and the support of CNMI to produce a presentation during the Milan Fashion Week.
Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (CNMI), in collaboration with Eco-Age, and with the support of the Ministry of Economic Development (MISE), the Italian Trade Agency (ITA) and the patronage of the Municipality of Milan, have initiated the world’s first Green Carpet Fashion Awards, Italia – which are built on sustainable values.
The awards will be held at the iconic Teatro alla Scala, Milan on 24 September 2017, during Milan Women’s Fashion Week and will feature major brands as well as emerging designers, whose vision and creativity represent the future of fashion – The CNMI Green Carpet Talent Competition.
*For the sake of clarity, the CNMI Green Carpet Talent Competition does not fall within the application of the Italian specific legislation on lotteries, prize withdrawals, sweepstakes and the like pursuant to Italian decree no. 430/2001) considering that (i) entrants are not required to buy products or services in order to take part to the event; (ii) entrants are due to create original works as sketches and designs of fashion garments to be produced and realised in accordance with specific requirements; and (iii) the primary scope of the event is to reward creativity combined with environmental sustainability.