You can design Foyles' window during Fashion Week

Calling all budding visual merchandisers - put your fashion and window dressing design skills to the fore
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Phaidon and Foyles have teamed up to give students a chance to design one of the iconic windows at Foyles book shop, Charing Cross Road, before the store moves into the old Central Saint Martins building next door this summer. 

The theme is ‘Books in Fashion’ and students can use any of Phaidon’s fashion books as the basis for their design. You can check out our entire fashion list here. The winning design will be showcased in the Foyles’ window between 12 – 24 February - just ahead of London Fashion Week. 

The judging panel includes Phaidon publisher Amanda Renshaw,  Fashion luminary and author of the brilliant The Anatomy of Fashion Colin McDowell MBE and Foyles’  inhouse designer Jeff Clark. 

 

Phaidon and Foyles visited students at the London College of Fashion last week and snatched this photo of them working on the brief
Phaidon and Foyles visited students at the London College of Fashion last week and snatched this photo of them working on the brief

Read more about the competition and download an entry pack here. But be quick, entries close this Thursday (January 30).


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