By Kids For Kids ( and Tommy Hilfiger ( have announced the “Signature Style Challenge,” a competition designed to uncover America’s future fashionistas and teenage style gurus. With a $10,000 grand prize, the “Signature Style Challenge” aims to inspire scores of creative teens to try their hand at fashion design, and focus a powerful spotlight on emerging design talent. The new Idea Locker™ at will support the design process, and provide opportunity for networking and style critique.

The Signature Style Challenge is seeking original designs in the areas of apparel, accessories, footwear, hair/make up, jewelry, handbags, totes, scarves, belts, etc. All youths from age 19 and under are eligible to participate. In addition to the $10,000 Grand Prize, the winner will receive a “Connection to Reality,” which is the opportunity to spend a day shadowing a designer from Tommy Hilfiger in the company’s Manhattan studio. All entries must be received by December 31st at BKFK’s website.

“The world of fashion is competitive, exciting and glamorous - and anyone with original ideas can break into this world,” commented BKFK Founder and CEO Norman Goldstein, “We are excited to join forces with Tommy Hilfiger to uncover teen design talent- and look forward creating opportunities for aspiring creative designers to achieve success in the real world.”

Besides the Signature Style Challenge, BKFK also just launched 3 other exciting competitions. . The Digital Arts Challenge seeks digital storytellers, The Sports Evolution Challenge seeks new ideas for fitness and sporting goods, and the Going Green Challenge seeks eco-friendly product ideas to help the environment. BKFK will launch four invention competitions each quarter- with a total of $160,000 in prize money. Further information on all competitions can be found on