Dhruv Kapoor to represent India at IWP 2018-19

Indian designer Dhruv Kapoor has been nominated to represent the Indian sub-continent and Middle East region at International Woolmark Prize (IWP) 2018-19.
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The designer will represent these regions and compete with 42 designers from across the globe at the semi-finals next month for the coveted International Woolmark Prize.
"I am thrilled to be a part of the International Woolmark Prize 2018-19 and am looking forward to the development process and working with the versatile Merino Wool," Kapoor said in a statement.
"The immense recognition and consequent widespread exposure that this nomination brings is truly unmatched. I am truly excited to share my experience with the esteemed jury panel and hear their views on my work, as it is a rare and great opportunity where the best talent from across the world is under one roof," he added.
IMG Reliance was the nominating body for the Indian region and selected Dhruv from hundreds of applicants from India, Pakistan and Middle East.
International Woolmark Prize 2018-19 semi-finals will be held in Hong Kong on July 5, London on July 10 and New York on July 12, The 42 designers will then be trimmed down to 12 who will compete in the International Woolmark Prize global final to be held at an international fashion week in early 2019.

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