Nicolas Ghesquiére was a big winner at the British Fashion Awards yesterday, taking home the International Designer award. Nicholas won the award for his womens wear range he did for Louis Vitton. It was said that he brings a modern creative vision to the collection, building on the values of refinement, savoir faire and extreme quality which are at the heart of the Louis Vuitton Maison since 1854.
The Fall 2014 runway buy Nicolas
On the night Nicolas and Liya Kebede, who wore a dress by Louis Vuitton.
Cleaning up in the Menswear Designer award was J.W. Anderson.
A Northern Irish designer Jonathan Anderson established J.W.Anderson in 2008. The label is now regarded as one of London’s most innovative and forward thinking brands. Its unique design aesthetic offers a modern interpretation of masculinity and femininity by creating thought-provoking silhouettes through a conscious cross-pollination between menswear and womenswear elements.
J.W. Anderson's Spring 2015 Collection
Taking home the Emerging Menswear designer award was London born and bred Craig Green.
Green’s initial leanings towards find art developed into an ambition for fashion. His ability to produce work that marries successful commercial appeal with artistic and emotional depth makes him part of an elite species of sought-after designer.
Craig Green's Spring 2015 Collection