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GFW: Awards 2014

04-06-2014   


gfw_award_winner_bath_spa_graceBath Spa have worked hard to create a top-notch fashion design course and last night (Tuesday 3rd June) the hard work paid off with BA graduate, Grace Weller, (pictured right) winning the Womenswear Award and Gold Award, for her intricate, hand-embroidered lace designs.

Clearly on a roll Bath Spa picked up both titles two years ago by Chloe Jones and the University is carving a positive reputation for its BA fashion course led by Louise Pickles.

The awards ceremony was held in the Truman Brewery in London’s East End, and hosted by Zoe Hardman. The judging panel that included Sarah Mower, Peter Pilotto, Philip Treacy, Louise Gray; Sara Maino of Italian Vogue; and Fiona Lambert, vice-president of George at Asda, the title sponsor for the event, were unanimous that Grace Weller’s collection should scoop the two top awards.

“Her designs are graceful, beautiful and elegant and the craftsmanship and hard work really stood out.”

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Here is the complete list of GFW Award Winners 2014:

 

Gold Award: Grace Weller – Bath Spa   gfw_nott__trent_mens

 

Womenswear Award: Grace Weller – Bath Spa

 

Menswear Award: Aimee Dunn – Nottingham Trent (pictured right)

 

Creative Catwalk Award: Camilla Grimes – Manchester School of Art (pictured bottom right)

 

Knitwear Award: Rebecca Swann – Nottingham Trent

 

International Collection: Shan-Liao Huang – Shih Chien University, Taiwan

 

Lifetime Achievement Award: Anne Tyrell MBE

 

Fashion Styling Award: Lucinda Bernette – Bournemouth

 

Fashion Photography Award: Lloyd Rimmer – Salford

 

Media Award: Melissa Poulton – Birmingham City

 

David Band Textiles Award: Coleen Leitch – Edinburgh

 

gfw_Camilla_Grimes_from_Manchester_School_of_ArtFashion Innovation Award: Oliver Royce – Nottingham Trent

 

Barclays New Business Award: Hannah Byrne – Northbrook

 

Accessories Award: Stephanie Brindley – Nottingham Trent

 

Fashion Marketing: Anna Grundy – UCLAN

 

Karen Millen Portfolio Award: Jasmine Hurst – Leeds

 

Ethical Award: Stephanie Ambridge – Northumbria

 

Best Stand: Northumbria




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