Author: Megan JK

Calling all students with an interest in creative media, JK Film is here!

Think the Academy Awards ‘Best Picture’ only for Junk Kouture! The Junk Kouture short film competition offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers aged 12 – 18 yrs from across Ireland to win a trip to Cannes Film Festival as well as have their film broadcast on live television. We are looking for students … Continued

Junk Kouture goes global

Acclaimed sustainability and design contest celebrates ten years by launching in FIVE international cities in 2021 Thirteen cities spanning seven continents by 2023 Re-scheduled date for 2020 Grand Final revealed Junk Kouture announces 10-year ambition to enrich and empower the lives of a billion young people across the world through sustainability and creativity. All-island fashion … Continued

JUNK KOUTURE INTERNATIONAL 

An exciting opportunity waits for past JK participants. Find out more today! Over the past ten years, Junk Kouture has been an empowering platform for thousands of young people who desire to express themselves creatively. Throughout our exciting journey in both Ireland and Scotland, we have been continuously blown away year on year by the … Continued

JK Summer Series

#JKSummerSeries – Get involved! 😍😆 Over the last few weeks, we’ve been working hard piecing together an engaging and entertaining twelve week summer series on our Junk Kouture Instagram page. We’re asking young people across Ireland (and beyond) to tune in, and get creative with #JKSummerSeries Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (8pm) over the summer months, … Continued

Fashion and Textiles Bursary for Junk Kouture Students!

Calling all 2020 Junk Kouture finalists!! Each year, Limerick School of Art and Design awards one lucky Junk Kouture grand-finalist a bursary for our coveted BA (Hons) in Fashion and Textiles for Product and Costume and after all your hard work, we don’t think this year should be any different! Want to study Fashion and … Continued

Revolutionize Your Outfit with Junk Kouture and Revolut

New competition calls on students to make fashion accessory from household rubbish during lockdown Design your own facemask, craft your own jewellery, customize your old shoes – get creating!   As schools remain closed for the foreseeable future due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in Ireland, staying safe while avoiding cabin fever is a priority … Continued

FASHION DESIGN SCHOLARSHIP FOR JUNK KOUTURE FINALISTS!

DID YOU SAY SCHOLARSHIP?  Calling all 2020 Junk Kouture finalists!! Each year, Griffith College awards one lucky Junk Kouture grand-finalist a scholarship for our coveted BA (Hons) in Fashion Design and after all your hard work, we don’t think this year should be any different! We’ll be announcing a winner ONLINE in June so make … Continued

Fragmented Resilience inspired by Gimme-5 Well Being Programme

Junk Kouture, like New-Bridge Integrated College, are celebrating a big birthday this year.  New-Bridge Integrated College were so proud of sixth form students Mia Howie and Teigan McKnight when they represented their college in the 10th anniversary Junk Kouture Powered by R.T.E. Northern Regional Final on Feb 27th! New-Bridge Art department have had many successes … Continued

JUNK KOUTURE JUNIOR PRIZE WINNER

JK Junior Prize Winner 2020 – The Story Begins Congratulations to lead designer Leah Rainey and her team mates Rachel Treverton and Sasha Evans (model) from City Armagh High School! This design was inspired by Stella De Libero’s extravagant dresses who has a love for many creative techniques such as knitting, fraying, sculpting and French … Continued

Junior Prize Update

Junior Prize Update 😆 Year on year, we are blown away by the creative talent of young students across the country. As you know, we have numerous of prizes up for grabs, something for everyone to strive towards. One of them, is our ‘Junior Prize’ which is awarded to the best design created by a design … Continued

2019 JUNK KOUTURE WINNER’S STORY

‘CINEMATIC’ Overall Junk Kouture Winner 2019 Designed and Modelled by: Maxim O’Sullivan, Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne Teacher: Brenda Friel I originally heard of Junk Kouture in first year at Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, Dingle, seeing posters of the outfits around the school. I thought the designs were incredible and instantly knew I wanted to take part! I … Continued

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