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04 December

Rihanna and Daniel Lee winners at the British Fashion Awards

 

Last night in London, Rihanna won the British Fashion Award for the Urban Luxe category. Yet another consecration for the singer who launched her label earlier in 2019. Other winners included Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta, Remo Ruffini for Moncler, Naomi Campbell, and Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. 

par Léa Zetlaoui

Rihanna
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Daniel Lee, designer de Bottega Venetta
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Cate Blanchett, Giorgio Armani et Julia Roberts
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Giorgio et Roberta Armani, Lauren Hutton, Cate Blanch and Julia Roberts
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Eric Clapton
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Liya Kebede
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Shailen Woodley
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Rihanna
Daniel Lee, designer de Bottega Venetta
Cate Blanchett, Giorgio Armani et Julia Roberts
Giorgio et Roberta Armani, Lauren Hutton, Cate Blanch and Julia Roberts
Eric Clapton
Liya Kebede
Shailen Woodley
  • Last night at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the British Fashion Council rewarded the biggest talents in fashion for the year 2019. And while the 2018 awards didn’t surprise anyone with prizes for big brands such as Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada, Givenchy and Off-White, this year’s event has given much more space to new names as the decade concludes in style.

     

    Thus Daniel Lee, this season’s hot favourite who started at the helm of Bottega Venetta in 2018, was awarded four prizes: "Brand of the year” “British Designer of the Year Womenswear” “Designer of the Year” and “Accessories Designer of the Year”. A consecration that clearly attests to the remarkable work achieved by the young Brit at the Italian house.

     

    Rewarded with the prize for “British Emerging Talent Menswear”, designer Bethany Williams, a finalist for the 2018 LVMH prize stood out for her ecologically and socially aware approach that favours craftsmanship and well-thought out production.

     

    Another big winner, Remo Ruffini, CEO of the Moncler label and the brains behind its Genius project – which consists of surrounding himself with a multitude of designers from very different backgrounds who each create an annual capsule collection – was justly rewarded with the prize for “Business Leader”.

     

    And finally Rihanna, now the only singer in the world accoladed as a fashion designer, won the “Urban Luxe” category for her Fenty label launched with LVMH

     

     

    The Fashion Awards 2019 Winners :

     

    Brand of the Year:

    Bottega Veneta

     

    British Emerging Talent Menswear:

    Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

     

    British Emerging Talent Womenswear:

    Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

     

    Special Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

     

    Urban Luxe:

    Fenty

     

    Business Leader:

    Remo Ruffini for Moncler

     

    Fashion Icon:

    Naomi Campbell

     

    Accessories Designer of the Year:

    Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

     

    Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator:

    Sam McKnight

     

    Designers’ Designer Award:

    Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane 

     

    Trailblazer Award:

    Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

     

    British Designer of the Year Menswear:

    Kim Jones for Dior Men

     

    Outstanding Achievement Award:

    Giorgio Armani

     

    Award for Positive Change:

    Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

  • Last night at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the British Fashion Council rewarded the biggest talents in fashion for the year 2019. And while the 2018 awards didn’t surprise anyone with prizes for big brands such as Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada, Givenchy and Off-White, this year’s event has given much more space to new names as the decade concludes in style.

     

    Thus Daniel Lee, this season’s hot favourite who started at the helm of Bottega Venetta in 2018, was awarded four prizes: "Brand of the year” “British Designer of the Year Womenswear” “Designer of the Year” and “Accessories Designer of the Year”. A consecration that clearly attests to the remarkable work achieved by the young Brit at the Italian house.

     

    Rewarded with the prize for “British Emerging Talent Menswear”, designer Bethany Williams, a finalist for the 2018 LVMH prize stood out for her ecologically and socially aware approach that favours craftsmanship and well-thought out production.

     

    Another big winner, Remo Ruffini, CEO of the Moncler label and the brains behind its Genius project – which consists of surrounding himself with a multitude of designers from very different backgrounds who each create an annual capsule collection – was justly rewarded with the prize for “Business Leader”.

     

    And finally Rihanna, now the only singer in the world accoladed as a fashion designer, won the “Urban Luxe” category for her Fenty label launched with LVMH

     

     

    The Fashion Awards 2019 Winners :

     

    Brand of the Year:

    Bottega Veneta

     

    British Emerging Talent Menswear:

    Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

     

    British Emerging Talent Womenswear:

    Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

     

    Special Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

     

    Urban Luxe:

    Fenty

     

    Business Leader:

    Remo Ruffini for Moncler

     

    Fashion Icon:

    Naomi Campbell

     

    Accessories Designer of the Year:

    Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

     

    Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator:

    Sam McKnight

     

    Designers’ Designer Award:

    Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane 

     

    Trailblazer Award:

    Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

     

    British Designer of the Year Menswear:

    Kim Jones for Dior Men

     

    Outstanding Achievement Award:

    Giorgio Armani

     

    Award for Positive Change:

    Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

  • Last night at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the British Fashion Council rewarded the biggest talents in fashion for the year 2019. And while the 2018 awards didn’t surprise anyone with prizes for big brands such as Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada, Givenchy and Off-White, this year’s event has given much more space to new names as the decade concludes in style.

     

    Thus Daniel Lee, this season’s hot favourite who started at the helm of Bottega Venetta in 2018, was awarded four prizes: "Brand of the year” “British Designer of the Year Womenswear” “Designer of the Year” and “Accessories Designer of the Year”. A consecration that clearly attests to the remarkable work achieved by the young Brit at the Italian house.

     

    Rewarded with the prize for “British Emerging Talent Menswear”, designer Bethany Williams, a finalist for the 2018 LVMH prize stood out for her ecologically and socially aware approach that favours craftsmanship and well-thought out production.

     

    Another big winner, Remo Ruffini, CEO of the Moncler label and the brains behind its Genius project – which consists of surrounding himself with a multitude of designers from very different backgrounds who each create an annual capsule collection – was justly rewarded with the prize for “Business Leader”.

     

    And finally Rihanna, now the only singer in the world accoladed as a fashion designer, won the “Urban Luxe” category for her Fenty label launched with LVMH

     

     

    The Fashion Awards 2019 Winners :

     

    Brand of the Year:

    Bottega Veneta

     

    British Emerging Talent Menswear:

    Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

     

    British Emerging Talent Womenswear:

    Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

     

    Special Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

     

    Urban Luxe:

    Fenty

     

    Business Leader:

    Remo Ruffini for Moncler

     

    Fashion Icon:

    Naomi Campbell

     

    Accessories Designer of the Year:

    Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

     

    Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator:

    Sam McKnight

     

    Designers’ Designer Award:

    Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane 

     

    Trailblazer Award:

    Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

     

    British Designer of the Year Menswear:

    Kim Jones for Dior Men

     

    Outstanding Achievement Award:

    Giorgio Armani

     

    Award for Positive Change:

    Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

  • Last night at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the British Fashion Council rewarded the biggest talents in fashion for the year 2019. And while the 2018 awards didn’t surprise anyone with prizes for big brands such as Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada, Givenchy and Off-White, this year’s event has given much more space to new names as the decade concludes in style.

     

    Thus Daniel Lee, this season’s hot favourite who started at the helm of Bottega Venetta in 2018, was awarded four prizes: "Brand of the year” “British Designer of the Year Womenswear” “Designer of the Year” and “Accessories Designer of the Year”. A consecration that clearly attests to the remarkable work achieved by the young Brit at the Italian house.

     

    Rewarded with the prize for “British Emerging Talent Menswear”, designer Bethany Williams, a finalist for the 2018 LVMH prize stood out for her ecologically and socially aware approach that favours craftsmanship and well-thought out production.

     

    Another big winner, Remo Ruffini, CEO of the Moncler label and the brains behind its Genius project – which consists of surrounding himself with a multitude of designers from very different backgrounds who each create an annual capsule collection – was justly rewarded with the prize for “Business Leader”.

     

    And finally Rihanna, now the only singer in the world accoladed as a fashion designer, won the “Urban Luxe” category for her Fenty label launched with LVMH

     

     

    The Fashion Awards 2019 Winners :

     

    Brand of the Year:

    Bottega Veneta

     

    British Emerging Talent Menswear:

    Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

     

    British Emerging Talent Womenswear:

    Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

     

    Special Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

     

    Urban Luxe:

    Fenty

     

    Business Leader:

    Remo Ruffini for Moncler

     

    Fashion Icon:

    Naomi Campbell

     

    Accessories Designer of the Year:

    Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

     

    Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator:

    Sam McKnight

     

    Designers’ Designer Award:

    Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane 

     

    Trailblazer Award:

    Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

     

    British Designer of the Year Menswear:

    Kim Jones for Dior Men

     

    Outstanding Achievement Award:

    Giorgio Armani

     

    Award for Positive Change:

    Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

  • Last night at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the British Fashion Council rewarded the biggest talents in fashion for the year 2019. And while the 2018 awards didn’t surprise anyone with prizes for big brands such as Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada, Givenchy and Off-White, this year’s event has given much more space to new names as the decade concludes in style.

     

    Thus Daniel Lee, this season’s hot favourite who started at the helm of Bottega Venetta in 2018, was awarded four prizes: "Brand of the year” “British Designer of the Year Womenswear” “Designer of the Year” and “Accessories Designer of the Year”. A consecration that clearly attests to the remarkable work achieved by the young Brit at the Italian house.

     

    Rewarded with the prize for “British Emerging Talent Menswear”, designer Bethany Williams, a finalist for the 2018 LVMH prize stood out for her ecologically and socially aware approach that favours craftsmanship and well-thought out production.

     

    Another big winner, Remo Ruffini, CEO of the Moncler label and the brains behind its Genius project – which consists of surrounding himself with a multitude of designers from very different backgrounds who each create an annual capsule collection – was justly rewarded with the prize for “Business Leader”.

     

    And finally Rihanna, now the only singer in the world accoladed as a fashion designer, won the “Urban Luxe” category for her Fenty label launched with LVMH

     

     

    The Fashion Awards 2019 Winners :

     

    Brand of the Year:

    Bottega Veneta

     

    British Emerging Talent Menswear:

    Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

     

    British Emerging Talent Womenswear:

    Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

     

    Special Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

     

    Urban Luxe:

    Fenty

     

    Business Leader:

    Remo Ruffini for Moncler

     

    Fashion Icon:

    Naomi Campbell

     

    Accessories Designer of the Year:

    Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

     

    Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator:

    Sam McKnight

     

    Designers’ Designer Award:

    Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane 

     

    Trailblazer Award:

    Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

     

    British Designer of the Year Menswear:

    Kim Jones for Dior Men

     

    Outstanding Achievement Award:

    Giorgio Armani

     

    Award for Positive Change:

    Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

  • Last night at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the British Fashion Council rewarded the biggest talents in fashion for the year 2019. And while the 2018 awards didn’t surprise anyone with prizes for big brands such as Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada, Givenchy and Off-White, this year’s event has given much more space to new names as the decade concludes in style.

     

    Thus Daniel Lee, this season’s hot favourite who started at the helm of Bottega Venetta in 2018, was awarded four prizes: "Brand of the year” “British Designer of the Year Womenswear” “Designer of the Year” and “Accessories Designer of the Year”. A consecration that clearly attests to the remarkable work achieved by the young Brit at the Italian house.

     

    Rewarded with the prize for “British Emerging Talent Menswear”, designer Bethany Williams, a finalist for the 2018 LVMH prize stood out for her ecologically and socially aware approach that favours craftsmanship and well-thought out production.

     

    Another big winner, Remo Ruffini, CEO of the Moncler label and the brains behind its Genius project – which consists of surrounding himself with a multitude of designers from very different backgrounds who each create an annual capsule collection – was justly rewarded with the prize for “Business Leader”.

     

    And finally Rihanna, now the only singer in the world accoladed as a fashion designer, won the “Urban Luxe” category for her Fenty label launched with LVMH

     

     

    The Fashion Awards 2019 Winners :

     

    Brand of the Year:

    Bottega Veneta

     

    British Emerging Talent Menswear:

    Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

     

    British Emerging Talent Womenswear:

    Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

     

    Special Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

     

    Urban Luxe:

    Fenty

     

    Business Leader:

    Remo Ruffini for Moncler

     

    Fashion Icon:

    Naomi Campbell

     

    Accessories Designer of the Year:

    Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

     

    Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator:

    Sam McKnight

     

    Designers’ Designer Award:

    Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane 

     

    Trailblazer Award:

    Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

     

    British Designer of the Year Menswear:

    Kim Jones for Dior Men

     

    Outstanding Achievement Award:

    Giorgio Armani

     

    Award for Positive Change:

    Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

  • Last night at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the British Fashion Council rewarded the biggest talents in fashion for the year 2019. And while the 2018 awards didn’t surprise anyone with prizes for big brands such as Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada, Givenchy and Off-White, this year’s event has given much more space to new names as the decade concludes in style.

     

    Thus Daniel Lee, this season’s hot favourite who started at the helm of Bottega Venetta in 2018, was awarded four prizes: "Brand of the year” “British Designer of the Year Womenswear” “Designer of the Year” and “Accessories Designer of the Year”. A consecration that clearly attests to the remarkable work achieved by the young Brit at the Italian house.

     

    Rewarded with the prize for “British Emerging Talent Menswear”, designer Bethany Williams, a finalist for the 2018 LVMH prize stood out for her ecologically and socially aware approach that favours craftsmanship and well-thought out production.

     

    Another big winner, Remo Ruffini, CEO of the Moncler label and the brains behind its Genius project – which consists of surrounding himself with a multitude of designers from very different backgrounds who each create an annual capsule collection – was justly rewarded with the prize for “Business Leader”.

     

    And finally Rihanna, now the only singer in the world accoladed as a fashion designer, won the “Urban Luxe” category for her Fenty label launched with LVMH

     

     

    The Fashion Awards 2019 Winners :

     

    Brand of the Year:

    Bottega Veneta

     

    British Emerging Talent Menswear:

    Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

     

    British Emerging Talent Womenswear:

    Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

     

    Special Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

     

    Urban Luxe:

    Fenty

     

    Business Leader:

    Remo Ruffini for Moncler

     

    Fashion Icon:

    Naomi Campbell

     

    Accessories Designer of the Year:

    Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

     

    Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator:

    Sam McKnight

     

    Designers’ Designer Award:

    Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane 

     

    Trailblazer Award:

    Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

     

    British Designer of the Year Menswear:

    Kim Jones for Dior Men

     

    Outstanding Achievement Award:

    Giorgio Armani

     

    Award for Positive Change:

    Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

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