Hyeres International Fashion Festival Names Winners

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International Festival of Fashion, Photography & Accessories Names Winners


The results are in! The 34e International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories, Hyères ended on April 29, 2019 with the celebration of the next generation of talented artists.

This year’s winners include Christoph Rumpf of Austria, who was named the Grand Prix du jury Première Vision for his show, ‘Sans Titre’, Switzerland’s Tina Schwizgebel-Wang, who was awarded the Chloé Prize, Róisín Pierce, who won the new Prix des Métiers d’art award from Chanel and the Public and city of Hyères award, Spanish designer Noelia Morales, who received the Swarovski Fashion Accessories Grand Prix, and Belgium’s Sarah Levy, who was awarded the Public and city of Hyères prize for fashion accessories.

Tina Schwizgebel-Wang

In addition, Milla Lintilä of Finland will be invited by Galeries Lafayette to create a capsule collection, and honorable mentions include Tetsuya Doi, Yota Anazawa & Manami Toda of Japan and Dorian Cayol & Quentin Barralon of France for their collections Polomani and Ò-pan6, respectively.

Rumpf, Schwizgebel-Wang, and Morales have received grants and additional prizes. Rumpf received a grant of 20,000 Euros, a collaboration with Petit Bateau, with an additional prize of 10,000 Euros plus royalties, the opportunity to work with Chanel’s Métiers d’art with Morales for up to 20,000 Euros, and will host a fashion show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week S/S20 in Berlin. Like Rumpf, Schwizgebel-Wang received a grant of 20,000 Euros from Chloé, and Morales received a grant of 15,000 Euros from Swarovski.

In photography, Alice Mann won the Photography Grand Prix of the Jury and a grant of 20,000 Euros from Chanel, Hubert Crabières won the American Vintage Photography Prize and a grant of 15,000 Euros, Hilla Kurki won the Still Life Prize and a grant of 5,000 Euros, and Elsa & Johanna was awarded the Public and the city of Hyères award.

Finally, the exhibitions will be on view open to the public until May 26, 2019 and the work of the fashion and accessories winners will be on view at the Paris Sur Mode and Primière Classe Tuleries trade shows in September.