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CPL Aromas Awards London College Students

January 30, 2013


London College of Fashion student Harriet Irwin’s winning photograph may be featured in CPL’s advertising and promotional materials.
UNITED KINGDOM: CPL Aromas has announced the winning entries from London College of Fashion students who competed in the firm’s annual contest that explores the close link between fragrance and fashion. Now in its 12th year, the competition, which invites photography, illustration and film entries from students. The winners in each category were: Photography (individual entry)—Harriet Irwin; Photography (group production entry)— Rowan Papier and Ioana Negoita; Illustration—Jio Fish; and Moving image—Elizabeth Moore and Harriet Irwin.

CPL will use the material submitted for advertising campaigns, calendars and its bi-annual trend magazine.

More info: www.cplaromas.co
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