Be the next big thing in fashion
Be the next big thing in fashion

 After a whopping response over the last three years, Max Fashion is back with the fourth edition of Max Design Awards, a definitive platform to recognise and reward the budding Fashion Designers.

 The property created by Max gives final year fashion design students a chance to showcase their best and reach out to the fashion world through their creations.

The esteemed jury for Max Design Awards 2017-18 includes Fashion Designers Rina Dhaka, Ashish Soni and Rahul Mishra along with Executive Director, Max Fashion Vasanth Kumar, Vice President Design, Max Fashion Kamakshi Kaul and Project Head Marc Robinson.

Registration for the award programme is open. Eligibility Criteria -Final and Pre-Final year Fashion Design students from selected and or accredited fashion designing institutes of India. 

The theme for the Max Design Awards 2017-18 is ‘Craftivism.’ Craftivism explores the power of combining art and activism to trigger conversations about social change. It is to create a difference, which in turn helps unite and reclaim our world as one.

Last Date for receiving Online Entries is 8th January 2018 Last Date for receiving the physical docket of the Entries/application is 12th January 2018Step 5: It is mandatory to send the physical docket (Mood board, both sketches and write up with fabric swatches to –

Participation Process
Step 1: Select any one category – Men's wear or Women's wear. Prepare a mood board of your interpretation of the main theme. 
Step 2: Based on your mood board, prepare two sketches. - One sketch for prêt- One sketch for Couture Both sketches need to fall into any one category (men's wear or women's wear) selected by you. 
Step 3: Prepare a 150-word count brief on your collection. Outline your color pallet, fabrics, style, patterns, etc. for each of the designs
Step 4: Register yourself on and file in your application OR apply by emailing high-resolution scans of your sketches, mood board, along with a 150-word count brief on your interpretation of the theme “Craftivism”.Email at [email protected]