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Reflecting on the year so far, it does not feel like fashion has much to celebrate. When the clock struck midnight and the fireworks exploded on new year’s eve, none of us could have predicted what the months ahead would hold. Covid-19 has had a devastating impact on the industry.
Businesses have had to make incredibly tough choices this year, including the devastating decision to cut jobs across head offices and stores. It has not been easy, and the path ahead is still uncertain.
But fashion is a resilient industry. In head offices, studios, factories and stores across the country, our industry’s exceptionally talented workforce is still producing exciting, creative work. Now, more than ever before, we need to celebrate and highlight those making their mark on the sector.
We should particularly celebrate the achievements of those who are achieving remarkable things earlier on in their careers. Now in its 12th year, this is exactly what Drapers 30 Under 30, our initiative that supports rising stars aged 30 or under, aims to do. At the start of each year, we turn the spotlight on the young names to know in fashion, be they buyers, entrepreneurs, merchandisers or store staff, and highlight their remarkable achievements for the whole industry to see and share.
Previous Drapers 30 Under 30 alumni include Ben Francis, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Gymshark; Victoria Prew, founder of fashion rental platform Hurr Collective; and London Fashion Week designer Priya Ahluwalia.
Entrants can come from any corner of the fashion industry – the only requirement is that they are a star of the future and are aged 30 or under on 31 January 2021.
Entry is free, and easy. Prospective candidates can submit a self-nomination or be nominated by a third party, such as a line manager. Where applicable, nominations require line manager approval.
This year has not been easy for fashion’s workforce. But let us take this time to celebrate the wealth of young talent in our industry, who are achieving great things in the face of challenge and adversity.
How to enter/nominate
Please send the applicant/nominee’s:
- Full name, job title and company name
- Age and date of birth
- CV and/or LinkedIn profile
- Reasons why they should make the list. This is your chance to tell us what makes them special, so be creative and include as much detail as possible (500 words maximum)
- Two references to support the entry
All information and any questions can be sent to [email protected]