P.Valentine boutique officially announces the first annual "City’s Most Loved Designer Competition"

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P. Valentine officially prepares for their annual 29 Days of Valentine Campaign’s this February. In the spirit of Project Runway and a pursuit for new design talent, P.Valentine in conjunction with IconStyle Inc. launches its first annual “City’s Most Loved Designer” competition. Online submission begin Wednesday January 16, 2008.

CITY’S MOST LOVED DESIGNER COMPETITION:
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CMLD is a once-yearly fashion exhibit that showcases up to 8 emerging designers up to 4 accessories designers in standing window installations. The show takes place February 27, 2008.

Designers are chosen for the show based on submission through IconStyleinc.com and selected by some of Atlanta’s most noteworthy fashion, academia & media professionals in the market. P.Valentine requires that showcase designers have assembled their own collections and have shipped and sold at least one collection to at least one boutique or store. The shows are for designers who otherwise do not have the logistical or economic resources to mount their own professionally produced exposure event at this point in their career.

The winner of the competition will receive a signature window display and selling opportunity through P.Valentine boutique, marketing support from IconStyle Inc., a profile in BrownFashionista.com, an interview on Clutch Magazine TV, and an installation mixer privy to Atlanta’s most fashion forward individuals.

To Register as a Designer visit: www.iconstyleinc.com

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