The Her Universe Fashion Show will be returning to San Diego Comic-Con this summer and prospective designers can submit their designs now for a chance to win the grand prize of designing a fashion collection with Her Universe to be sold at Hot Topic.
- This year’s Fashion Show will be presented by Her Universe, Hot Topic and DreamWorks Animation’s critically acclaimed series, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.
- Designers can submit their designs now and may be selected to compete at the fashion show for a chance to design a new fashion collection with Her Universe.
- That collection will then be sold at Hot Topic.
- Designs can be based on anything that is celebrated at Comic-Con, original or inspired by popular media.
- Designers can submit their designs to be considered for the fashion show online here.
- All applicants must enter online and be 18 years of age or older.
- Entries must be received by Friday, April 19, 2019 at 11:59 PST.
- Finalists will be contacted individually via email no later than April 26.
- Also returning this year is the is the Junior Fashion Design Competition presented by Cartoon Network for designers under 18.
- Junior designers between the ages of 6-17 are asked to submit up to three designs inspired by the Steven Universe series.
- Winners of the Cartoon Network Junior Designer Contest will be chosen solely from their designs and submission.
- San Diego Comic-Con will be held Thursday, July 18 through Sunday, July 21 at the San Diego Convention Center.
What they’re saying:
- Her Universe Founder Ashley Eckstein: “I am thrilled to join forces with DreamWorks Animation and the She-Ra team for this year’s Fashion Show. I am a huge fan of the series and everything it represents. Inspired by She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, the theme of this year’s show will be The Power of Fashion. We are asking designers to submit designs that represent powerful characters, stories or properties, keeping with the rule that the design can be inspired by anything that is celebrated at San Diego Comic-Con. I’ve always equated an outfit to be like armor. Fashion should inspire and empower the wearer to conquer the day! Some call it a 'power suit' – we are asking designers to bring the power of geek couture!"