- FashionUnited |
Calling all fashion lovers! Looking for a fun and fashionable unforgettable evening out with your closest friends? If your answer is “yes”, then look no further as FashionUnited has news for you! Those interested in attending the upcoming winter edition of the 24th Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek Amsterdam (MBFWA) now have the chance to win tickets for an one-of-a-kind evening, thanks to FashionUnited’s instagram challenge “Ready for the catwalk”.
Between January 8th and 18th, Amsterdam’s Westergasfabriek will be home to exciting catwalk shows with designers and labels such as Jef Montes, Claes Iversen, Tony Cohen, Oilily, Army of Me, Mick Keus, Snurk, Aziz Bekkaoui, Jazz Kuipers and ‘Spijkers en Spijkers’.
Sounds like the perfect fashion event for you? Then join the fun! FashionUnited has reserved 6 tickets for Jef Montes on the 15th of January for one winner and 5 friends. All you have to do to participate in the Instagram challenge is…
Are you “ready for the catwalk?”
- If you are, then show it!
- Take a picture of your FashionWeek outfit, an accessory or one garment that you would like to wear at the MBFWA.
- Follow @fashionunitedhq on Instagram.
- Upload the picture to Instagram.
- Tag FashionUnited (@fashionunitedhq) in the picture.
- Add the hashtag: #FashionUnitedMBFWA
- Do the above before the 11th of January 2016
Please note that you have to follow these steps in order to be considered as a candidate for the competition.
The participant with most likes receives the 6 tickets to see the Jef Montes show on the 15th of January. Since sharing is caring, why not increase the chance of winning by asking your friends to also enter the competition?
The winner will be announced on the 11th of January. A comment below the pic will tell you if you won, so stay tuned!
Designer sneak peek: Visit the Jef Montes show at MBFWA
Jef Montes is the womenswear couture label by designer Jef Montes. It was founded in 2012 in Arnhem, The Netherlands. The aim of creating innovative materials stays an important factor within the exploratory identity of Jef Montes. He started working on collections with a strong focus on translating personal heritage, mostly founded in ancestral objects, to contemporary silhouettes executed in experimental fabrications.