DRESS A CELEBRITY (D.A.C.)
We want to you this medium to formerly introduce to you an initiative designed by Project Model Excel to showcase/promote young & aspiring indigenous fashion designers and stylists by pairing them up with Celebrities, Socialites & Icons and using this to run a brand development campaign that will raise money for a chosen humanitarian cause.
Dress A Celebrity (D.A.C), was specifically created to showcase talented indigenous designers and unique stylists. We aim to create a win-win scenario whereby we are able to bring Nigerian Talent into lime light and at the same time edify and portray the participating celebrity as an individual who is patriotic towards Nigerian brands and at the same time philanthropic as duplicates of worn items by the celebrity will be sold or auctioned to raise funds for a humanitarian endeavour.
Who do we need to sign up:
This project will proove to be the ultimate brand development program for vibrant designers and stylists!
This project will give the designers and stylist the opportunity for designers to:
(*) Develop their brand
(*) Dress a Celebrity of their choice
(*) Feature in editorials
(*) opportunity to Headline top pageantries
(*) Increase sales via eCommerce channels
(*) enter into mentorship enrollment programs
And so much more!
CELEBRITIES ARE ASKED TO SEND IN A BRIEF DESCRIPTION ABOUT THEIR SENSE OF STYLE AND THEIR CLOTHING MEASUREMENTS.
DESIGNERS SHOULD PLEAS SEND THIER APPLICATION BY EMAILING US A BRIEF HISTORY ABOUT THEMSELVES AND THEIR BRAND. ALONG WITH PICTURES OF THIER WORKS! (email@example.com)
10 designers and 5 stylist will be chosen to take part in the maiden edition of this project!
Cost: a participation fee will be attached for selected applicants
Registration closes: Jan 26th, 2014.
We are continuously looking for media partners to launch the official maiden edition of this project and we need your help and assistance get as much designers, stylists, and celebrities involved.
Project Model & Excel
Tel: 07054813477 & 08106997262
”The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches but to reveal to him his own.”
– Benjamin Disrael