Meet The Designer Victoria Beckham Is Championing
Victoria Beckham getting behind the next big rising star in fashion we are taking an extra keen interest.
Yes, the winners of the now widely acclaimed International Woolmark Prize have been declared today in Paris and, while numerous gifted youthful creators (counting Australia’s own particular Macgraw) ventured up to be judged by a portion of the best in the business, it was the USA’s Gabriela Hearst who claimed out top womenswear reward.
“I was especially in support of Gabriela,” said Beckham, who sat on a judging board which included vocalist/lyricist Lou Doillon, and design tycoons Natalie Massenet and Miroslava Duma.
“For me, she is the commendable victor. I adore what she does and she’s plainly exceptionally gifted. I like her eye, she has extraordinary item and she’s a solid lady. I have an enormous measure of regard for her. I’m glad and regarded to get required in this and help make this feasible for her.”
Hearst, who was conceived in Uruguay and experienced childhood with a sheep cultivate, introduced a gathering apparently seeking to win over Beckham’s affections, indicating clean-cut trench coats and smooth creases utilizing ultrafine Merino fleece that would set any city young lady up for seasons to come.
“She made a decent showing with regards to of demonstrating high-low, from night outfits through to trench coats and gasp suits and we feel that she will have a colossal future,” said Massenet, British Fashion Council Chair.
More than 75 architects from more than 60 nations were selected during the current year’s honor, with finalists speaking to six unique areas over the world. Cottweiler, speaking to the British Isles, was granted the menswear prize. Both Cottweiler and Gabriela Hearst each get $100,000 to bolster their business, coaching openings, associations with abnormal state retailers like Harvey Nichols and David Jones, and connections to providers around the world.