NTC extends date of ‘Young Designer Hunt’ till Feb 11

National Textile Corporation Limited (NTC) has extended the date for submitting applications for ‘NTC Young Designer Hunt’ till February 11, 2013.

Earlier in December, NTC had announced commencement of the Young Designer Hunt, the biggest search for the most talented designers across India.

This designer hunt launched by NTC will be monitored by India’s ace global designer Raghavendra Rathore.

He will not only be supervising the hunt but will personally train the young designers. He is best known for his diversity of design which creates the right mix of aesthetics, fashion and tradition.Read more
Courtesy :www.fibre2fashion.com

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