Following the British Fashion Council’s exciting announcement that London will be the first fashion capital ever (yes!) to livestream every catwalk show, Grazia decided to launch our very first blogging contest! - In association with the British Fashion Council. Yes, it’s…
You, the FROW-er!
We had so much fun reading the reports so far, we're reminding you that today is the last day in our search to find the best London Fashion Week blogger!
Simply watch the catwalk shows that are being shown live on the official London Fashion Week website. Choose your favourite show and write a fashion show report in 250 words or less. (Click here to see Grazia’s show reports for inspiration!)
Our favourite report from that day will be posted here on graziadaily.co.uk the next day, with a byline credit for the author, who will win a just-released Blackberry Curve 8520 handset with a limited edition backplate cover by Henry Holland, embossed with designs from the House of Holland Autumn/Winter 2010 collection.
At end of London Fashion Week, an expert panel will select an overall winner from the five show reports posted on Grazia Daily. Grazia’s winning London Fashion Week Blogger will receive;
· Two front row tickets to a catwalk show at London Fashion Week next season
Terms and conditions
Show reports must be 250 words or less, and must be all your own original work.
All entries should be sent, by email, to: email@example.com with the subject line ‘You, The FROWer!’, before midnight on the day of the show (the earlier the better!)
The five finalists’ entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts.
The winning blogger will be notified the following day by email, with their blog going live on Graziadaily.co.uk the following day.
Copyright of the entries belongs to Grazia Daily.
Entrants must be at least 18 years of age.
There is no cash alternative to the prize.
The competition is not open to anyone associated with Grazia Daily, Grazia, or any associated companies.
The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
No responsibility can be accepted for entries that are not properly received due to communications beyond our control.