“The IYDC 2018 contest, which gives a prize of ¥ 30,000 yuan for second place, is organized by one of the most important institutes of fashion in China, the Beijing Institute of Fashion and Technology (BIFT)”, Andina News Agency reported.
Huaroto is a student of the sixth cycle of the professional career of Design and Fashion Management of Toulouse Lautrec and based his designs on the Andean areas of Peru, where he sought to highlight national folklore through colors and different textures in the designs of the garments.
Huaroto also confessed feeling very happy after obtaining the award and he is sure that the opportunity will change his life in many aspects.
The contest recognized the three best proposals in the world of fashion with prizes of ¥ 50,000 yuan (first place); ¥ 30,000 yuan (second place) and ¥ 20,000 yuan (third place).
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