The International Woolmark Prize is the oldest and most prestigious fashion award in the world. The award celebrates the modernity of Merino wool in the hands of the world’s most promising designers.
Since re-launching in 2012, the International Woolmark Prize has supported the careers of the world's best emerging designers, many of whom have gone on to build internationally successful businesses.
Through collaboration with communities and charities, Bethany Williams London hopes to create collections embedded with real stories that have a positive impact in the social space they engage with.
Casablanca is a Parisian menswear fashion label founded in 2018 by creative director Charaf Tajer. In two short years, Casablanca has risen quickly onto the global fashion stage.
Kenneth Ize and his eponymous label focuses on reinterpreting Nigerian craft to create an original perspective on luxury production within textiles and fashion.
Combining impeccable and innovative craftsmanship; meticulous material research; and bold aesthetics, French-Canadian designer Marie-Ève Lecavalier is reinventing luxury with her namesake label Lecavalier.
At the core of Matty Bovan's idiosyncratic sartorial dystopia is a playfulness and sincerity, and underneath the craft, a raft of pressing, esoteric questions about the purpose of fashion in 2020.
THEBE MAGUGU’s mission is to elevate the view of African fashion by creating quality clothes that are both modern and culturally rich, while empowering local communities through the brand that is created locally and sold globally.