Camille Perumal
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  • Uxbridge, London
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  • Justin Perumal
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I am a International Fashion Student from South Africa.
The poverty crisis in Africa has always been a real concern for me and I would like to do/learn as much as possible to help eradicate this issue.
Career history / Company history:
ND Fashion Design and Textiles- TVU Reading
BA Fashion Design- University of Westminster

Marc Jacobs Int : Intern (NYC)
Erdem : Intern (london)
MOC : Organiser Assitant
LFW: dresser / reviewer

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At 12:55am on July 31, 2011, Alma Erzhanova gave Camille Perumal a gift
At 0:54 on July 31, 2011, Alma Erzhanova said…

WIN A £50 GIFT VOUCHER!!!  


Dear Camille!

I would very much appreciate your help. I am studying for an MA in Marketing at Kingston Business School under the supervision of Professor Robert East. We are conducting research about Fairtrade goods and ethical fashion clothes, and ask you to complete the enclosed short questionnaire. 
I am also offering a £50 shopping gift voucher to the lucky prize draw winner!!!!

 
Could you please complete this questionnaire, following the link

http://kingston.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cJaBu5g0xuuEvhG
 
Thank you very much for your help.
 
Yours sincerely,

Alma Erzhanova

At 15:17 on July 27, 2010, David McGill said…
Hi Camille, Tartans for Africa is a project designed to tackle a series of problems and actually works. It helps to create a greater awareness of and interest in African countries, to give them a symbol of identity, to generate funding for humanitarian projects and establish community businesses. Because it involves fashion it is also enjoyable and popular.
I have a series of images which dont yet appear on my websites which I can send you if you leave me an e-mail address or drop me a note at davidmcgill61@yahoo.co.uk
At 14:35 on July 27, 2010, David McGill said…
Hi Camille, I already use fashion to help fund huimanitarian projects in (South) Africa and set up businesses. I encourage joint projects.
 
 
 

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