×
227
Fashion Jobs
MIRRAW.COM
Production Manager | Mirraw
Permanent · MUMBAI
LIFESTYLE BRANDS
Senior Executive - Accounts - Bangalore
Permanent · BENGALURU
LIFESTYLE BRANDS
Area Manager-Projects Execution (Telangana &Amp; Andra Pradesh)-Hyderabad
Permanent · BENGALURU
LIFESTYLE BRANDS
Brand Financial Manager - Bangalore
Permanent · BENGALURU
LIFESTYLE BRANDS
Brand Training Manager, Planet Fashion - Bangalore
Permanent · BENGALURU
HECTOR AND STREAK CONSULTING PVT LTD
Assistant Manager Production - Textile,Fabrics,Plastic,
Permanent · NASHIK
HECTOR AND STREAK CONSULTING PVT LTD
Manager Accounts - For a Manufacturing Company in Mumbai
Permanent · Mumbai
GENIUS CONSULTANTS LIMITED
Warehouse Manager in a Leading Garments Manufacturing Company
Permanent · Kolkata
GENIUS CONSULTANTS LIMITED
Digital Marketing Executive@ Hiring is Going on
Permanent · Kolkata
SUPER FASHION
HR Manager / sr. HR Manager (For Garments Industry)
Permanent · Faridabad
SUPER FASHION
General Manager Production / Production Manager (Knits Garments)
Permanent · Faridabad
CAREERPLUS PLACEMENTS PRIVATE LIMITED
Opening-Head Production - Leather Bag @Chennai
Permanent · Chennai
RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD
Cluster Merchant
Permanent · COIMBATORE
KOMAL TEXFAB PVT LTD
Export Manager - Documentation
Permanent · Ahmedabad
HONEYBEEZ CONSULTANCY
Business Development Manager
Permanent · Mumbai
RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD
Hiring For Sales Officer : Reliance Retail - Ajio Business
Permanent · Chennai
JOBS TERRITORY
Hiring For Sales Manager |3 to 6 Yrs Exp | Bangalore
Permanent · Bengaluru
JOBS TERRITORY
Hiring For Sales Manager |3 to 6 Yrs Exp | Bangalore
Permanent · Bengaluru
IDEASPOT CONSULTANT
Digital Marketing Manager - Reputed Garments Company
Permanent · Kolkata
IDEASPOT CONSULTANT
Manager HR & ir - Reputed Garments Industry - Kolkata
Permanent · Kolkata
IDEASPOT CONSULTANT
Marketing Manager - Reputed Garments Company - Kolkata
Permanent · Kolkata
KOMAL TEXFAB PVT LTD
HR & Admin Manager / sr.Manager
Permanent · Ahmedabad

Central Saint Martins graduate wins H&M Design Award 2017

Published
today Nov 17, 2016
Reading time
access_time 2 minutes
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Richard Quinn, a Central Saint Martins graduate, has been announced as the winner of the H&M Design Award 2017.


Richard Quinn, winner of the H&M Design Award 2017 - H&M


Selected from eight international finalists by a panel led by H&M’s creative advisor Ann-Sofie Johansson, the 26-year old designer impressed the jury with his striking womenswear designs and his ideas for a sustainable fashion industry.

“We all fell in love with Richard. He has a clear vision for his brand, and a real wow factor in his collections. Richard is deeply creative, with a very holistic view of the environment, and he’s a worthy winner of the H&M Design Award 2017,” says Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M’s creative advisor.

The London-born designer prints all of his own fabrics using ethical processes, and plans to open a print studio that will become a creative hub for other young designers in London. 


Richard Quinn's collection - H&M


“Richard Quinn has the makings of something really great. There is a depth of creativity, with so many different ideas, a real commercial potential and also the sustainable thinking that will help him build a real values-based brand,” says Imran Amed, editor in chief of Business of Fashion and jury member.

Other members of the panel included Pernille Teisbaek, founder and creative director of Social Zoo, Zanita Whittington, creative director of Azalle and Zanita Studio, Yasmin Sewell, fashion director of Style.com, Hannah Jinkins, winner of the H&M Design Award 2016 and Margareta van den Bosch, creative advisor to H&M.

The winner was announced to an audience of international fashion editors and stylists at an event in London on Wednesday 16 November.


The eight finalists - H&M


By winning the award, Richard Quinn will receive a grant of €50,000, one-year’s mentorship from H&M, and the chance to have a part of his collection sold in selected H&M stores in Autumn 2017.

“It means so much to win the H&M Design Award. It helps me to open a studio with an ethical way of working, which I think is the future of fashion. I want to create my own collection, as well as offer my generation a creative hub, supporting real craft in London,” says Richard Quinn, winner of the H&M Design Award.

The other finalists were also given €5,000 each. They were: Constance Blackaller from the University of Westminster, UK; Yu Li Song from the Samsung Art & Design Institute South Korea; Alex Huang from the Parsons School of Design, USA; Amir Marc from the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, Israel; Max Luo from Central Saint Martins, UK; YuTyng Chiu from Institute Francais de la Mode, France; and Chen Peng from the London College of Fashion, UK.

Copyright © 2020 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.