11 August 2013, 06:00
Designer Amanda Harrisson from Crook's hoping to get her work featured in Vogue magazine.
The 23 year old's in the final of the Vogue Talent competition - but needs votes to help her win!
Her designs include fashion prints and embroidery.
The images are hand drawn and then engineered into the garment.
Amanda studied for her foundation art course at Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College in Darlington and went on to famous fashion school St Martin's in London - whose graduates include Stella McCartney, John Galliano and Alexander McQueen.
Amanda told Capital:
"Vogue Talent is a worldwide competition and it's all about finding new, young fashion talent.
Thousands and thousands of people apply and then they get shortlisted.
If you win the main prize you get your collection put into production and you get a big article in Vogue Italia, in the magazine and online.
The first prize is really exciting."
You can find out more about the Vogue Talents competition and vote for Amanda HERE
Voting closes on the 26th of August