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Knitwear Symphony 2014 – Spinning Tutti
Objective:
To nurture the new generation of wool designers, to promote Hong Kong's Knitwear design and manufacturing capabilities and to enhance our hometown as a world wool procurement hub.

Specifications:
- The finals will be in the form of fashion show. - Participants are required to submit the knitting design graphics, which are to be judged by a judging panel comprising of Knitwear Innovation and Design Society show PC members and industry professionals. - Preliminary shortlisted designers are required to produce six sets of clothings, which will be displayed on the 2nd selection and exhibition day. Exhibition day and the award ceremony will be held in January 2014.

Application qualities:
- Age at 35 or below(Bounded on or before 15th October 2013);

- Experienced at knitwear design; Entry forms must be proved with the school seal if the participant is a Knitwear Fashion Design student;

- All participants must attain a vendor or corporate sponsorship which is agreed to manufacture the knitwear products according to the designs. Our society will express a token of gratitude to all sponsorship parties. Applicants can temporarily blank the sponsorship information if a sponsorship is not firmed yet at the time of form submission. But all finalists MUST be able to get one manufacturer agreed for the production of their designs and submit the sponsorship information to the General Assembly.

Deadline:
All completed application forms accompanied by designs must be submitted on or before 18:00 on October 15, 2013:

Room 15, 33/F, Laws Commercial Plaza, 788 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Kowloon, HK Knitwear Innovation & Design Society Tel: (852) 3975 5538 / 5539 Email for inquires: info@hkkids.org

Notice for participants:
- Designs must be genuine, self-produced and no plagiarism is allowed; the application series…...

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