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Supima Design Competition Comes to New York Fashion Week

The cotton brand has also recruited a panel of industry talent to judge the runway show.

COTTON CLUB: Supima is upping the ante for its fourth-annual Supima Design Competition, staking a claim on the official New York Fashion Week calendar with a show at Lincoln Center on Sept. 8. The cotton brand has also recruited a panel of industry talent to judge the runway show, which features the designs of eight students from FIT, Pratt, RISD and Savannah College of Art and Design, who will compete for a $10,000 cash prize. This year’s judges include Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, founder of Gilt Group; Charlotte Ronson; Coco Rocha; Kevin Harter, vice president of men’s fashion for Bloomingdale’s, and Nicole Miller.

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