ISTANBUL — Former New York fashion student Deniz Yegin won the first prize in this year's Istanbul Textile and Apparel Exporters' Association (ITKIB) Young Designers Award in Turkey.
Yegin's six-piece winning collection was dedicated to the modern Turkish woman and was called "Snowdrops." Yegin kept the designs simple, teaming in one instance a cream high-waisted pencil skirt with a flowing chiffon blouse in the palest of pinks, while adding interest through details such as the blouse buttons, which continued up the neckline and along the scooped back.
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