Andam reveals the 12 finalists for its 2023 Fashion Awards

Andam reveals the 12 finalists for its 2023 Fashion Awards

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Los finalistas de esta edición – Andam

Six designers are in the running for the Grand Prize (€300,000) and the Special Prize (€100,000). Among them is Italian designer Andrea Adamo, whose brand Andreadamo has been creating body-hugging unisex clothing since 2020. Duran Lantink, based in Amsterdam and Paris, champions upcycling through its gender-neutral collections. The third nominated brand, Ester Manas

Marie-Christine Statz’s label Gauchere combines geometric structures, meticulous tailoring, and a deep appreciation for raw materials. German brand GmbHLGNLouis-Gabriel Nouchi

In addition, three designers have been shortlisted for the Pierre Bergé Prize (€100,000). Avellano (by Arthur
Three designers are vying for the Fashion Accessories Prize (€100,000). Alighieri, by London-based Zambian designer Rosh Mahtani, is a jewellery brand that celebrates human imperfection, drawing inspiration from the Italian poet Dante Alighieri. Marco Panconesi, an Italian designer, established his eponymous brand in Paris in 2018, offering jewellery that fuses traditional Italian jewellery codes with contemporary aesthetics. Ukrainian-born Ruslan Baginskyi’s eponymous hat brand, founded in 2015, draws inspiration from the designer’s personal archives and the rich history of his homeland.

All finalists will receive financial and logistical support from the event’s sponsors. The winners will be awarded a SwarovskiBotterGigi Hadid

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