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Fashion Anarchy competition going virtual for 2020

The designers have 48 hours to design a look based on the theme.

ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis fashion scene is adapting to the pandemic. This year, the Fashion Anarchy competition will look a little different than before.

On July 30, 2020, the crowds will stay home and watch four designers go head-to-head over a live stream.

The designers have 48 hours to design a look based on the theme. They’re provided with fabric, as well as hair and makeup.

The theme of the event is ‘2020 Time Capsule.’ The designers will come up with a look that’s relevant to this year so that if someone dug up this look in the future, they would see what was happening in the world in 2020.

A camera crew will be following the designers as their look comes together. The judging portion of the competition will be live streamed. It starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $5 with VIP tickets for $25. It will be streamed on brainchildevents.com, and that website is also where you can purchase tickets. 

There will be two rounds of Fashion Anarchy: Relaunched before the final challenge in November, with the second round taking place September 3, 2020.

The winner will take home a business prize package valued at $30,000.

By watching the competition online, you’re supporting local designers and the fashion scene in St. Louis.

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