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Competition: Do you want to learn from the best?

Are you in your first, second or third job? Do you want to hear from the industry’s leaders how they built their careers? If your answer was ‘yes’ to both of these, then you should apply to win a seat at Drapers’ Next Generation careers and networking event on April 14.

Aimed at people in their first, second, and third jobs, the Drapers Next Generation event will be held at 30 Euston Square in London and will bring together your peers and fashion industry experts for a one-day networking event.

A star line-up of speakers will take to the stage to impart their career advice, including White Stuff clothing director Barbara Horspool, House of Fraser chief customer officer Andy Harding, and outgoing Bonmarché CEO and incoming Karen Millen CEO Beth Butterwick.

To win one of 300 places at the event Instagram or Tweet us a selfie that sums up your ‘day in the life of fashion’ using #DRNEXTGEN, or if you are feeling camera-shy, then email us at next.generation@emap.com explaining the same thing in just three words.

We’ll post some of the best selfies as the competition progresses. To give you an idea of what you are up against, here is one of our favourite selfies from last year’s competition (below).

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Pass the message onto your friends, colleagues and contacts so that they don’t miss out.

Hope to see you there.

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