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BY KATIE - MYGREENPOD, 13 March '16
The search for the faces of four decades of Oxfam fashion is on!
Oxfam is running a competition to find the faces of four decades of vintage fashion. The winners will symbolise the 1950s, ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s and feature in fabulous photography on the Oxfam Online Shop.
If you’re interested, get in quick – the closing date for entries is 15 March.
Applications are invited from bloggers interested in vintage fashion and style. Winners will have their photographs taken in a professional photo shoot by leading photographer Alex Lambrechts, whose images grace Vogue, Elle and GQ.
Stylists on the day include celebrity makeup artist Rosie Lewis, whose work has been featured in The Times, Hello and Red. Hairdresser-to-the-stars Nicky Clarke is sending one of his team.
The competition will be judged by the Daily Telegraph’s senior fashion news and features Editor Victoria Moss.
Oxfam Online Shop
The Oxfam Online Shop is a treasure trove of vintage style. It’s a virtual world where fashion lovers and collectors discover treasures from the past at amazing prices, to create looks that are totally on-trend.
As well as enhancing the lives of shoppers, the Oxfam Online Shop also raises crucial funds for Oxfam’s work fighting poverty and suffering across the globe.
To enter the Decades of Vintage Fashion and Style Competition – #VintageFaceandStyle – send your name, email address and a link to a new blog post that contains an image of you showcasing the fashion and style of your chosen decade to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The blog (no longer than 250 words) should say why you’d love to be selected. Full terms and conditions can be found here. The closing date for entries is 15 March 2016.
Wastesaver, West Yorks
Winners need to be available Saturday 16 April for the photo shoot at Oxfam’s incredible sorting hub Wastesaver in Batley, West Yorkshire.
Wastesaver is Oxfam’s central hub for all things vintage. It’s where unique clothing donations – from high street fashion to vintage gems – are sorted and listed online. Oxfam’s individual high street shops also list wonderful donations online, from designer labels to signed books and second-hand cameras.
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