(Disclaimer: the gorgeous photo, below, came to mind as soon as I laid eyes on the Vogue cover! A mashup.)
Designer of the Year: Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen
Red Carpet Award: Stella McCartney
Designer Brand Award: Victoria Beckham
New Establishment Award: Christopher Kane
Menswear Designer of the Year: Kim Jones
Accessory Designer of the Year: Charlotte Dellal for Charlotte Olympia
British Style Award: Alexa Chung
Model Award: Stella Tennant
Outstanding Achievement in Fashion: Paul Smith
Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator: Sam Gainsbury
Emerging Talent Award, Womenswear: Mary Katrantzou
Emerging Talent Award, Menswear: Christopher Raeburn
Emerging Talent Award, Accessories: Tabitha Simmons
Do WERK, everyone.
And yes, there is already a video sneak peak for you, below. HELLO, CLASHING PRINT MENSWEAR, I LOVE YOU.
“I wanted to create a true Marni wardrobe by revisiting all our favourite pieces in signature fabrics and prints. As always, I love juxtaposing prints and colours, mixing modern tribal with Bauhaus graphic and adding sporty utilitarian elements.”
– Consuelo Castiglioni
Other top ten brands included John Galliano (legal troubles), J.Crew (lesbian/divorce), Guess(?), and Chanel twice over — once for the brand name itself (because it’s fabulous) and once for founder Coco Chanel (because she’s fabulous).
“Holland is a thriving market in the heart of Western Europe with a growing hunger for luxury. It is natural for Vogue.”
– Jonathan Newhouse, Condé Nast International’s chairman