World Current Sea Launches International Design Competition

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The innovative sports clothing company World Current Sea has launched a competition to find a young designer to take their clothing range into the future.

Focusing on students and recent graduates the company is offering a unique chance for the lucky winner. Speaking from the WCS Surf School in Tenerife, Antonio Cabana said: “we are always looking for ways to help new and exciting talent find its feet in the commercial world. We already sponsor a number of promising young surfers around Europe and this competition seemed like a great extension of our company’s philosophy”.

The competition will give the lucky winner the chance to see their designs actually being produced and marketed in the UK and Europe.

World Current Sea is a company run by surfers for surfers and as such has many interests outside of the sports clothing market place. With a strong interest in ecological issues and the protection of the marine environment the company plans to build strong links with leading conservation groups like Surfers Against Sewage. Part of this involvement will include an educational road show aimed at the younger members of Europe’s surf community that will promote an awareness of the problems associated with marine pollution.

It is not just the future of the planet that concerns the company either. Antonio is positive about the outlook for surfing as a sport and talks about World Current Sea’s plans for the coming year: “there is a wealth of talent out there and we want to help bring it to the global stage. We will be hosting a number of amateur competitions in the near future and will be offering sponsorship deals to the winners. We hope that this initial exposure will attract the industry’s attention and give these kids the leg up that they need. We feel that our involvement in the community at a grass roots level will give us the insight we must have in order to produce the clothing and accessories that today’s surfer really wants and needs”.

Full details of the competition can be found at


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