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Colombo Fashion Week mentorship program


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Colombo Fashion Week is conducting a new mentorship program where the 12 high potential Emerging Designers selected through the CFW system are mentored and guided through a new mentorship format, created to lead the Emerging Designers in design and retail. The mentorship panel led by Darshi Keerthisena, Kanchana Thapawila and Upeksha Hager will guide, mentor and add value to the Emerging Designers’ collections through the mentoring sessions. One Emerging Designer will be selected by this panel and awarded ‘THE NEXT’ award.

 


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