Puma’s Black History Month campaign supports emerging designers

Puma’s Black History Month campaign supports emerging designers

Global sportswear brand Puma

The focus of the campaign will centre on its classic streetwear model Puma Suede, the brand is inviting up-and-coming designers to create outfits to pair with the footwear.

The winner will be given the opportunity for a one-to-one mentoring session with costume designer and creative director for women’s basketball, June Ambrose.  

They will also receive design equipment and a £2,000 cash fund to support the design journey. 

Entrants will be briefed to submit three to five full looks (each look consisting of three garments) as well as a 250-word written submission on what has inspired their designs. 

Three designers will be shortlisted from the submissions by a panel of experts and awarded £1,000 each to bring their creations to life. 

From the shortlist, one overall winner will then be selected and will receive an additional £1,000, a piece of design equipment plus the Ambrose mentoring. 

Entrants have until 8 September to submit their designs and written submission to [email protected]

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