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By Brian BaughmanTaylor Swift, Katherine Hepburn, Kim Kardashian, and a whole lot of other fashion icons will all be heading to London this week.
They’ll all be appearing at the Costume Institute’s Costume Week on Sunday and Monday.
The fashion institute, which has been the centre of a controversy recently, will be hosting its annual Costume Design Sketch Competition on Saturday.
The costume design competition will feature more than 100 entrants from all over the world, as well as artists and designers from around the world.
Among the winning entries will be a young girl from the UK and the world’s first cosplayer, Miss Milly.
The competition was founded in 2011 to help young people develop their craft and to develop a platform for collaboration and communication between fashion designers and students.
In the past few years, the costume design contest has been held in cities including New York, London, Milan, Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, Copenhagen, Copenhagenia, Paris, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Seoul, Seoul Metropolitan, Seoul Central, Seoul Seoul City, Seoul National, Seoul Ring, Seoul Shinjuku, Seoul Gyeonggi, and Tokyo.
This year’s competition will take place at the Victoria & Albert Hall, the venue for the Fashion Institute’s first Fashion Design Sketch Festival.
The event will feature fashion designers, illustrators, photographers, and designers in the fashion industry.
For the first time ever, the event will be held in the UK, with entries from across the UK.
“In the past, we’ve had a huge focus on collaboration between fashion and the fashion designers,” said costume designer Katherine Hepworth.
“We wanted to bring that to this competition.
The competition is an opportunity for the fashion design team to collaborate and be creative together.”
The competition will showcase the creative abilities of all those who entered the contest, as judged by fashion designers from all around the globe.
Among the artists who will be featured on stage will be the creative director of the Costume and Design Institute, Victoria & Alex, a cosplayer from New York City, and fashion designer Kim Kardashian West.
The competition has been long in the making.
In 2015, the Costume Design School launched the competition and a number of its artists joined in, including Ms Hepworth and fashion designers Victoria and Alex.
After years of working closely with each other, the two organizations teamed up to make the competition even bigger and more successful.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for us to showcase the talent that goes into the design and creation of our costumes and to get creative with the idea of collaborating,” said Ms Hepburn.
“[It] gives designers, designers, and all of the people who love to be creative and the artists, the chance to collaborate.
It’s the first opportunity for them to have their work showcased, and the costume designers are invited to attend as well.”
The Costume Institute and Costume Design Institute are working together to create an exciting competition that will allow for collaboration among the world of designers and creatives.
“I am very excited about this competition and the collaboration it is bringing together our students and designers,” Katherine Hepworth said.
“I am so glad to be working with this great organisation and I know it will be one of the highlights of our weekend.”
To learn more about the Costume, Design, and Costume Sketch competition visit the Costume institute website and read more about Katherine Hepsworth’s appearance at the competition.
All the best to Katherine Hepington, Miss K and all the best in fashion.
“I can’t wait to share my costume designs with the world,” said Miss M from New Jersey.
The dress, skirt, and accessories that made her famous were all inspired by the designs of fashion designers.
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