By  on July 3, 2019

Denim maker Isko held its annual student denim design awards in Berlin on Wednesday night. This is the sixth edition of the event, named Isko I-Skool, launched in 2013, but the first to be held in the German capital. Previously the ceremony has been held in Italy. “We wanted to make it a bit more international,” Ines Kordic, the London-based public relations manager for the company, said.

Isko is one of the world’s largest producers of denim fabric, with representation in 35 countries, and for those who participated in the contest, the lively evening at a Berlin riverside venue, Glashaus, ended something of an international journey. Competitors were drawn from 11 of the world’s leading fashion schools, among them Polimoda in Florence; the Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology; Germany’s Akademie Mode and Design, and the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles.

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