To enter, submit your details along with a sketch or photo of your design within your chosen category.

Entry fee includes:

  • The opportunity to showcase your design at New Zealand Fashion Week 2021
  • Individual feedback from a judging panel of industry experts
  • Dress rehearsal experience
  • Exposure to fashion industry contacts and the media
  • Professional hair and makeup styling
  • Photos for your portfolio

Your model’s hair and makeup will be created by professionals within the show theme guidelines. These are kept neutral to allow the designs to stand out.

2021 Event key dates

  • Entries open now
  • Entries close 5pm, June 28 2021
  • Dress rehearsal: Sunday 15 August 2021
  • Walk the Line 2021: Sunday 29 August 2021

Your journey starts here

To enter Walk the Line 2021, fill in the information below, upload a sketch or photo of your design (.jpg, png, or pdf files accepted) and complete your payment details.

Your design needs to be a single file - accepted formats: .jpg, .png, pdf

Registration is $40.00 paid by internet banking. Our bank details will be emailed to you:

Registration is $40 and can be paid via internet banking to YMCA North Shore. Entry fee includes one General Admission ticket to the Walk The Line show (part of NZ Fashion Week) for the designer to attend. If the designer is also the model, this ticket can be gifted to a friend or a family member. Payment details will be sent on registration, along with details on how to apply for fee assistance should you require help with meeting the registration costs. You must be between the ages of 13 and 18 to enter the competition and in high school. Models must be between the ages of 13 and 18. Only one entry allowed per designer. Pre-judging ensures all designs are in the right category and suitable for the show. We reserve the right to move your design to a more appropriate category. Judges and event management teams decisions are final. Designers will only be allowed backstage to prepare their model before the show. Hair and makeup are pre-planned by the event organisers. Music is decided and provided by the event organisers. Walk The Line is a drug and alcohol free event.