10 June 2022
“Superheroes wanted - After a long period of uncertainty due to the pandemic, the world is slowly re-emerging and is looking for new codes and lifestyles. Everything changed? Will everything be as before? We certainly need superheroes, charismatic figures in which we can glimpse positivity, creativity and lightness. The competition that IED and Feeric have decided to launch has this objective: finding inspiration from the world of superheroes, designing a capsule collection of clothing / accessories capable of expressing this energy and desire for rebirth.”
Those who wish to take part in the contest are requested to sketch a capsule collection which portrays their personal vision of the “new superhero” and to produce one outfit.
To find out more, please read the full regulations here.
To register to the competition, please use the form here.
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