FASHION DESIGNERS OF LATIN AMERICA

FDLA CHALLENGE
CREATE THE LOOK & WIN!

An FDLA Designers Experience.

FDLA is currently is searching for the best upcoming Latinx fashion designers to compete in this exciting challenge. 

CREATE THE LOOK

DEATH ON THE NILE MOVIE

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Thanks for your Submission! We’ll get back to you once the winner is announced.

All submission should be sent no later than February 10th, 2022

Designers will have the opportunity to illustrate a look inspired by the daring mystery-thriller based on the novel by Agatha Christie, DEATH ON THE NILE exclusively in theaters February 11th. 

 

Directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring: Gal Gadot, Annette Bening, Russel Brand, Armie Hammer, Rose Leslie and more. 

 

Submit your sketch for a chance for an in-depth conversation with Academy Award Nominated Costume Designer PACO DELGADO from Death On The Nile and the materials to make your sketch into a reality!. 

 

SUBMIT YOUR SKETCH NOW!

www.fdla.co/challenge

 

Submission deadline February 2nd

Winner will be announced on February 4th

Challenge Concept:

Designers will submit sketches to FDLA who would pick the top 3 finalist.

 

The winner will be announced by Paco Delgado during a Live segment on Instagram.

 

The winner would get a once in a lifetime experience to get a mentorship with Academy Award nominee Paco Delgado.

 

The contest would be for designers to Design a Whimsical, Fashion-Forward, Rule-Breaking Resort Look for the 21st Century “Socialite” for a 2021 Nile Cruise.

 

Think of what would an Influencer, Actor/Actress, Singer/Artist wear for a fabulous—yet thrilling—cruise down the Nile River?

While the film was set in the late 1930’s—for this VERY SPECIAL CONTEST—we want to bring it to the NOW:  the 21st century!

Background: The 1930’s was an incredibly modern decade for style and fashion, replacing the boyish “garçonne” shapes of the previous decade with an era of sensuous, feminine silhouettes, epitomized by the bias-cut, elongated torsos, widening shoulders and sinuous waists and designers such as Schiaparelli and Vionnet.

Watch the trailer here!


 

With that in mind, think of THE NOW and the FUTURE—what could define this current modern decade of fashion and style.

Hurry! Don't Wait! Register Now and Submit your Sketch no later than February 2nd, 2022