The CNMI Green Carpet Talent Competition reaches its third edition, enriched with initiatives and news. Obviously sustainable. The contest launched by the Italian National Chamber of Fashion, in collaboration with Eco-age and with the support of the Ministry of Economic Development and Ice Agency, part of the Green Carpet Fashion Awards project, Italy, has seen as winners in the previous challenges the two talented creatives Tiziano Guardini and Gilberto Calzolari.Addressing emerging designers from around the world, The CNMI Green Carpet Talent Competition invites you to create looks that combine Italian craftsmanship and design with exclusive respect for social and human values, following the Green Carpet Challenge Principles of Sustainable Excellence of Eco-Age and the guidelines on sustainability of the National Chamber of Italian Fashion. Not only clothing: the absolute novelty of this year will in fact be the opening of the competition also for accessory designers. The style is therefore combined with surprising materials, the result of waste, recycling, experimental techniques and processes with a green heart.To choose the most deserving will be a jury of industry experts, chaired by Sara Sozzani Maino, international brand ambassador of Cnmi, deputy director of special projects for Vogue Italia fashion and director of Vogue talents. The finalists, announced during the Milan Fashion Week Men's of next June, will be four and will participate on September 22nd at the Green carpet fashion awards 2019 at the Teatro alla Scala. Up for grabs? A year of mentorship, a partnership in the retail world and the great opportunity to present at the Milan Fashion Week in February 2020.The CNMI Green Carpet Talent Competition is a project that looks and believes in the future. An ethical and cultural revolution promoted by and for young people, made by the creative participation of new talents who wear clothes and accessories that are beautiful in form and sustainable in substance. National Chamber of Italian Fashion carries out important initiatives like this in order to communicate, raise awareness and make Italian fashion and its supply chain sustainable.