Winners of Fashion Awards 2019

While Tracee Ellis Ross had the best seat at the party as a host of Fashion Awards 2019, Daniel Lee scooped up not one, but all four of the accolades he was nominated for at the gleaming award show. Undoubtedly, the award show took place at the Royal Albert Hall, London in the United Kingdom when various top-sleek fashion designers and brand representatives/proprietors made it to the event with ‘change’ being the theme trying to change their name into a fashion house.


Fenty Rihanna, namesake label, which threw the rule book out the window when it launched in May. Not only does it represent the first major brand LVMH has founded from scratch, it’s the first Maison helmed by a black woman.

“Personally, for me as an immigrant moving to America; that’s a big journey for me to even get here to Paris. And that’s something I celebrate and embrace,” said Rihanna. Since then, she’s kept us on our toes with product drops every six to eight weeks, each telling another chapter of her story.


The best part? Everyone is invited on the journey. The collection is diverse, size-inclusive and price-conscious in a competitive market. “I really appreciate that LVMH is flexible enough to allow me to have a different perspective on how I want to [do] things,” she said of her financial backer.


Here goes the list of various winners of Fashion Awards 2019:-

Model of the Year: Adut Akech

Award for Positive Change: Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

Brand of the Year: Bottega Veneta

British Emerging Talent Menswear: Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

British Emerging Talent Womenswear: Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

Special Tribute to Karl Lagerfeld

Urban Luxe: Fenty

Business Leader: Remo Ruffini for Moncler

Fashion Icon: Naomi Campbell

Accessories Designer of the Year: Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator: Sam McKnight

Designers’ Designer Award: Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane

Trailblazer Award: Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

British Designer of the Year Menswear: Kim Jones for Dior Men

British Designer of the Year Womenswear: Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta


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