Naomi Campbell and Vogue Editor Edward Enninful Join LVMH PRIZE Panel

Written by on January 29, 2019

Maria Therese Agcopra Agcopra – Fourth Estate Contributor

Paris, France (4E) – In the midst of fashion houses debuting the 2019 haute couture collections, Louis Vuitton-Moët Hennessy (or LVMH) has unveiled this years jury for the LVMH Prize which includes supermodel Naomi Campbell, who has appeared in numerous LVMH brands under its umbrella and British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful.

The LVMH Prize was launched in 2013 by Delphine Arnault, daughter of LVMH French founder Bernard Arnault whose umbrella of brands include the eponymous luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton, Dior, Fendi, Givenchy, Loewe, Kenzo, Emilio Pucci and Marc Jacobs to name a few, along with other brands such as Sephora, Berluti, Bulgari, TAG Heuer, Guerlain and Benefit Cosmetics.

The competition was created to support and nurture young fashion designers around the world. The competition is open to from every country who have produced at least two collections and who are under 40. The winner will receive a grant of 300,000 euros and a personalized technical and financial support from the Group for a 12-month period following the LVMH Prize award.

The panel this year also includes influencers Aimee Song and Chiara Ferragni; Aizel Trudel, CEO & founder, Aizel; Rami Atallah, co-founder & CEO, SSENSE; Loïc Prigent, director; Angelo Flaccavento, editor at large at Vogue Italia and Business of Fashion; Ashley Heath, publisher, director, and editor-in-chief of POP and Arena Homme+ magazines; Joerg Koch, founding editor-in-chief and creative director of 032c; Ezra Petronio, editor and creative director of Self Service; Kevin Ma, CEO & founder of Hypebeast; Suzanne Koller, Fashion director of M le Monde; Marie Chaix, stylist and fashion editor of Double Magazine; Elizabeth Von Guttman, co-founder of System Magazine and co-founder of Fashion In Tech; and Alexia Niezielski, co-founder of System Magazine and co-founder of Fashion In Tech.

The international pool of jurors will select the winner during this year’s Paris Fashion Week on March. The jury consists of journalists, buyers, stylists and people from the fashion industry who have shaped what it is now.

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