YourView2015 Fashion Competition Winners

Posted by on Jul 31, 2015 in Fashion Competitions | No Comments

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#YourView15: And the winner is …


Modeconnect and Bloomsbury Publishing are thrilled to announce the Fashion Competition YourView2015 winners: Megan Wyatt in first place with 327 votes, Lauren Hay in second place with 268 votes and Johnathan Hayden in third place with 232 votes.

Megan will receive a complete set of the Bloomsbury Basics Fashion Design series (12 books) plus a Modeconnect voucher for £350. Lauren secured a voucher for £100 to spend on Bloomsbury’s website plus a Modeconnect voucher for £150. Johnathan wins a Bloomsbury’s fashion design book of choice plus a Modeconnect voucher for £100.

With participants from all over the world, Modeconnect received over 200 entries for YourView2015. We narrowed the entrants down to 20 selected finalists and handed over the final decision to the voters. We were very impressed with the effort and range of innovative project ideas shown by all competitors.

Dora Coventry from Bloomsbury Publishing commented “We’ve loved being involved in Modeconnect’s Fashion Competition YourView2015 and we’re thrilled to be awarding these talented and well-deserved winners a selection of Bloomsbury fashion design books. We wish them every success in their future careers.”

Modeconnect would like to thank you all for entering and give special thanks to those who voted and supported participants.




Written by Charlotte Clark

Charlotte Clark

Charlotte Clark is currently in her third year at the University of Exeter studying Mathematics and English Literature. She is a writer for the online student magazine Her Campus Exeter. For the past year she has been deputy editor for the fashion and beauty section and will take on the role of president next year. She loves reading about the history of major designers and browsing through their latest collections. Charlotte is also interested in making and designing clothes and has taken several courses in pattern design for womenswear. A few years ago she also ran her own small business making and selling shorts and lounge pants. At present, she is keen to gain more editorial experience in the magazine industry.