Could It Be You? This Competition Wants To Find Ireland’s Next Sustainable Stylist

Anyone can enter so, what are you waiting for?

We love a good fashion competition that helps to discover new talent, especially when its got sustainability at the heart of it.

And now, alongside the folk behind The Useless Project have launched a nationwide search for Ireland’s next top sustainable stylist. Thinking consciously and with the planet in mind has never been more important with it comes to fashion and this competition is to encourage the slow fashion enthusiasts who are up cycling, thrifting and wearing preloved clothing.

Not only will the winner of the competition get a trip to a charity shop warehouse where they will have access to countless incredible finds before they hit the shelves, but they’ll also get a cash prize of €100.

So what does the competiton entail? Well, 16 applicants will be picked for the final, out of those 16, each of them will be given €50 to spend on – the online charity shop, with an aim to style three looks from the pieces they pick up.

The looks will then be showcased on The Useless Project’s Instagram stories, where co-founders Geraldine Carton and Taz Kelleher will open up a public vote, encouraging their audience of 43K sustainability enthusiasts to vote for the best outfits.

How To Enter:

Think you’ve got what it takes? All you have to do is fill out a short application form here.

Closing date for entries Monday March 1st.


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