Cotton Council International reaches Hyderabad with the
"The hunt for the best cotton design is on…. ~ Renowned fashion designer Asmita Marwa was present to encourage kids participation from Smile Foundation and give them tips on the contest~ ~ "
Jul 15,2010 - Hyderabad, Wednesday, July 14, 2010:
Cotton Council International (CCI) has announced the second edition
of its pan India T-Shirt design competition TeeZing on the theme “My
Cotton World”. The competition offers every participant a chance
to showcase their creativity and sketching skills. The competition
is open to young and old to express what cotton means to them. To
inspire participants, CCI is organising visits by fashion designer
to various centres of Smile Foundation across 6 cities namely Delhi,
Kolkata, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Pune, Hyderabad. Today, renowned fashion
designer Asmita Marwa who has won accolades for her designs visited
a Smile Foundation centre in Hyderabad. Asmita shared tips with the
participants to help them bring their cotton world to life in their
designs. Asmita also shared her experience with cotton and how she
has showcased cotton as a fashion fabric in her creations.
He further added, “Cotton has inspired a lot
of creations in the Indian fashion industry and to take this association
to a new level, we have on board a group of fashion designers from
various parts of the country who are traveling to different cities
and mentoring the kids of Smile Foundation for participation in TeeZing
so that they can come up with their best cotton creations.”
About Cotton Council International (CCI)
CCI launched the campaign in India in 2003 under the Cotton Gold Alliance (CGA) program. The CGA program was launched at the trade level in October 2002 and at the consumer level in May 2003 under the "New Face of Cotton" campaign.
In 2006, CCI made some strategic adjustments in the
CGA program and renaming it as the “Generic Cotton Education”
program in India. Through its education program, CCI reaches out to
various stakeholders including consumers of cotton, industry, media
and the fashion fraternity.
For further information, please contact Piyali Sarkar, Vaishnavi Corporate Communications, ?+91-40-6712 8813
Press Release Published by : Sepia Digital on Behalf of Cotton Council International