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.
As a sartorial response to London street culture, Samuel Ross launched A-COLD-WALL* in the fall of 2015.
A brand known for its gender-less, bold silhouettes, dramatic layers and lavish embellishments of pearls and frills.
A luxury menswear brand that expresses a sentimentality for the past through the study of personal narrative and historical techniques.
Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh draw on their Caribbean roots to infuse their menswear label with sophisticated virility.
Feng Chen Wang
Technical outerwear and unisex clothing that is functional whilst also being conceptual and personal.
GmbH quickly gained a cult following for its sharply cut and modern silhouettes, with a strong story to match.
Ludovic de Saint Sernin
De Saint Sernin designs with an exacting rigour, creating looks that are sexy, minimalistic and refreshing.
Matthew Adams Dolan
A reimagining of the modern American wardrobe, crafting garments for an inclusive and celebratory generation.
A mathematical background informs Namacheko’s tailoring, which mirrors the way architectural objects are constructed.
Richard Malone is an Irish designer with an unwavering commitment to sustainability.