LVMH March 24, 2022 LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers 2022, 9th edition: LVMH unveils the list of 8 finalists

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The semi-final of the LVMH Prize took place from March 4 to 9, 2022. Nineteen young designers selected from the 1,900 candidates presented their collections during the showroom and on our digital platform, lvmhprize.com.

The Prize Committee of Experts and, for the second time, the general public, have selected eight brands that will compete in the final.

The designers will present their collections to the Jury during the final at the Fondation Louis Vuitton.

The LVMH Prize Jury will select the winners of the LVMH Prize and the Karl Lagerfeld Prize from among the finalists.

The eight finalists are:

ASHLYN by Ashlynn Park, South Korea, women’s clothing

BRE by Eli Russell Linnetz, United States, women’s, men’s and genderless collections

TO KNOW by Charlotte Knowles, UK & Alexandre Arsenault, Canada, womenswear

ROISIN-PIERCE by Róisín Pierce, Ireland, womenswear

RYUNOSUKEOKAZAKI by Ryunosuke Okazaki, Japan, genreless collections

SS DALEY by Steven Stokey Daley, UK, menswear

TOKYO JAMES by Iniye Tokyo James, Nigeria, menswear

WINNIE NEW YORK by Idris Balogun, USA, menswear

Delphine Arnault declares: “The semi-final, which took place both in the showroom and online, allowed us to discover the work of the shortlisted designers. I would like to salute their talent and their enthusiasm, and to congratulate them all. I particularly enjoyed discussing with each one and I was won over by their inventiveness, their way of celebrating know-how and craftsmanship, as well as their approach to environmental issues.

I thank the Experts for their involvement, as well as the public who voted for the second consecutive year: more than 62,000 people were invited to select their favorite candidate.

This year, the designers who reached the final of the LVMH Prize come from Canada, Ireland, Japan, Nigeria, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States. The whole Jury and I will be very happy to meet them during the final at the Louis Vuitton Foundation.”

WINNERS OF PREVIOUS EDITION

Nensi Dojaka (winner 2021)

KidSuper, Lukhanyo Mdingi, Rui (2021 Karl Lagerfeld Prize)

Ahluwalia, Casablanca, Chopova Lowena, Nicholas Daley, Peter Do, Sindiso Khumalo,

Supriya Lele, Tomo Koizumi (2020 finalists)

Thébé Magugu (winner 2019)

Hed Mayner (2019 Karl Lagerfeld Prize)

Doublet (winner 2018)

Rokh (Special Prize 2018)

Marine Serre (2017 winner)

Kozaburo Akasaka (Special Prize 2017)

Grace Wales Bonner (2016 winner)

Vejas (Special Prize 2016)

Marques’Almeida (winner 2015)

Jacquemus (Special Prize 2015)

Thomas Tait (2014 winner)

Hood by Air (Special Prize 2014)

Miuniku (Special Prize 2014)

List of experts

Emmanuelle AltStylist and fashion consultant

Imran AmedFounder and Editor-in-Chief of The Business of Fashion

SarahAndelmanFounder of Just an Idea

RummyAtallahCo-founder and CEO of the global platform SSENSE

FabienneBaronartistic director and founder of Baron & Baron

Timblankseditor for The Business of Fashion

DerekBlasbergHead of Fashion and Beauty Partnerships for YouTube

Alexander of BetakFounder of Betak Office

Frederic BodeneArtistic Director of Bon Marché Rive Gauche

Carmen BusquetsInvestor in BoF, Farfetch, Net-à-Porter, Lyst, Moda Operandi

Burak CakmakFashion Dean of Parsons School of Design

Marie-ChaixStylist

Camille CharrièreBroadcaster, writer and creative director

Eva ChenDirector of Fashion Partnerships at Instagram

Anne-Sophie von Claerdeputy editorial director of Le Figaro

Ben CobbEditor-in-chief of ES magazine

Ronnie Cooke NewhouseArtistic director

Caroline Daurdigital entrepreneur

Godfrey DeenyFashion Network International Editor-in-Chief

Babeth DjianEditor-in-chief of Number

Jo Ellisoneditor of How to Spend It and associate editor of the Financial Times Weekend

Edward Enninful, OBEBritish Vogue Editor-in-Chief and European Editorial Director

Linda FargoSenior Vice President of Bergdorf Goodman

Angelo Flacaventofashion journalist

Jo-Ann FurnissJournalist and artistic director

Chantal GaemperleDirector of Human Resources and Synergies of the LVMH group

Michael Gaubertsound designer

Julie GilartPresident of the Tomorrow Project

Ikram GoldmanFounder of Ikram

Elizabeth Von GuttmanCo-founder of System magazine and Fashion in Tech-ADA

Jefferson hackCo-founder and editorial director of Dazed Group

Bella HadidModel

Amanda Harlechcreative consultant

Ashley Heatheditorial director of Pop and Arena Homme+

Laure Heriard DubreuilFounder and Creative Director of The Webster

Adrian JoffeCEO of Dover Street Market International

Sylvia JorifEditorial Director of Vogue France

Ibrahim Kamarastylist and editor-in-chief of Dazed magazine

Nathalie KinghamFashion Advisor

Karlie KlossModel and philanthropist

Suzanne KollerFashion Director of M Le Monde magazine

Hirofumi Kurino, United Arrows Creative Director

Susie LauStyleBubble Founder and Journalist

Linda LoppaStrategy and Vision Advisor at Polimoda Paris Platform

Pat McGrath, DBEMakeup artist

Kevin MaFounder and CEO of Hypebeast

Sara MainoVogue Italia Special Projects Manager

Pierre A. M’PeleResponsible for the editorial content of GQ France

Suzy MenkesJournalist

Sarah Grim ReaperUS Vogue editor-in-chief

Samira NasrEditor of Harper’s Bazaar US

Alexia NiedzielskiCo-founder of System magazine and Fashion in Tech-ADA

Mel OttenbergEditor-in-chief of Interview magazine

Ezra Petronioeditor and creative director of Self Service and photographer

Fabio Pirascourse director of MA Fashion at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design

Peter PhillipsCreative and Image Director of Christian Dior Makeup

Loic Prigentfilmmaker

Gaia Repossicreative director of Repossi

Carine RoitfeldFounder of CR Fashion Book

Lauren Santo DomingoCo-founder and Chief Brand Officer of Moda Operandi

Julia Sarr-Jamoisstylist and fashion director of British Vogue

Marie-Amelie SauveStylist, co-founder and creative director of Mastermind

Anne-Florence SchmittDirector of Madame Figaro

Léa SeydouxActress

Cindy ShermanArtist

Aimee SongInfluencer and founder of Song of Style

Carla SozzaniFounder of 10 Corso Como and President of the Alaïa Foundation

Stefano TonchiJournalist, editor and curator

Eugenie TrochuResponsible for editorial content at Vogue France

Aizel TrudelFounder of the fashion platform Aizel

Natalia VodianovaModel and philanthropist

Aleksandra WoronieckaStylist and fashion consultant

Marguerite Zhangeditor-in-chief of Vogue China

LVMH CELEBRATES 25 YEARS OF PROMOTING YOUNG FASHION DESIGNERS

Over the 25 years since the creation of LVMH, the Group’s Maisons have all been driven by a passion for creativity and innovation while nurturing an exceptional heritage rooted in centuries-old know-how. As Bernard Arnault explains: “Innovation is more powerful when it emanates from a preserved heritage.

In professions as diverse as fashion, jewellery, perfumery, leather goods, oenology or watchmaking, the brands and designers of LVMH are distinguished by their quest for excellence and their unique passion for innovation, invention and creativity.

Because its roots and its future are intimately linked to creativity, LVMH and its brands have always actively nurtured creative talents. Creativity is one of the Group’s core values, guiding all of its teams, from designers to noses to cellar masters. This commitment inspires all LVMH companies to actively support creativity in all its forms. This is why the Louis Vuitton Foundation for Contemporary Art opened its doors to the public in October 2014 in a sumptuous building created by Frank Gehry, as part of LVMH’s long-term artistic patronage.

Driven by this “passion for creativity”, LVMH has been supporting the world of fashion around the world for many years through corporate philanthropic initiatives, including:

  • the ANDAM Fashion Awards (National Association for the Development of Fashion Arts)

  • the Hyères International Fashion and Photography Festival

  • Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London

  • the investment fund for young creators created by the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

This same passion led the LVMH Group to launch the LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers. This initiative makes it possible to stimulate the dynamics and the emergence of new talents essential to the vitality and diversity of the fashion ecosystem, a role perfectly in line with the responsibilities of the world leader in luxury.

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