share

The 21 shortlisted designers competing for the 2017 LVMH Prize

Ten menswear designers, nine womenswear designers and two unisex collection designers were chosen

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 23 Feb 2017

LVMH 2017 shortlist
Photo: lvmhprize/Instagram

The fourth edition of the prestigious LVMH Prize has found its 21 semi-finalists of young fashion designers!

Designers from Australia, Denmark, Japan, France, Germany, Ireland, Korea, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, the UK and the United States have been chosen to show their work and meet with 45 international fashion experts – including panel newcomer Kendall Jenner – who will pick eight finalists on 2 and 3 March in Paris.

One winner will be selected by the LVMH Prize jury on 16 June at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris to receive a prize money of €300,000 as well as financial support from LVMH to build his or her brand for 12 months. In the meantime, the LVMH Group is still accepting applications from young graduates from fashion schools for the Graduate Prize category until 15 May 2017.

Here is the list of shortlisted designers.

Greg Rosborough (American)
Yoon Ahn (American)
Angus Chiang (Taiwanese)
Antonin Tron (French)
Jisun Park (Korean)
Cecilie Rosted Bahnsen (Danish)
Charles Jeffrey (British)
Daniel Fletcher (British)
Dilara Findikoglu (Turkish)
Serhat Isik (German)
Maria Kazakova (Russian)
Katherine Mavridis (Australian)
Kozaburo Akasaka (Japanese)
Maggie Hewitt (New Zealand)
Marine Serre (French)
Martine Rose (British)
Molly Goddard (British)
Nabil el-Nayal (British)
Alejandro Gomez Palomo (Spanish)
Richard Malone (Irish)
Teppei Fujita (Japanese)

Related: Wales Bonner wins 2017 LVMH Prize


Most Popular

Advertisement

MORE, MORE, MORE

LVMH 2017 finalists

LVMH 2017 finalists

Eight designers from all over the world have been selected for the prestigious young fashion designers award

ELLE Instagram
Chanel's new watches

Chanel's new watches

The fashion house showcased the new Mademoiselle Chanel J12 alongside other gorgeous timepieces at Baselworld 2017

Jon for Bulgari

Jon for Bulgari

Actor and model Jon Kortajarena is Bulgari's new global watch ambassador

Burch apologises

Burch apologises

'Tory Story: An American Road Trip', starring Poppy Delevingne, failed to include a woman of colour

Advertisement
ELLE Instagram