01 Mar Munich Fashion Award 2020: Vote online for your favourite!
Mirror, mirror on the wall, which up-and-coming designer makes the most beautiful clothes in all of Munich? In 2020, the award for Munich’s best up-and-coming designer will enter the third round. And your fashion expertise is also requested.
London, Paris, Milan, Munich: The nine young designers nominated for the Munich Fashion Award 2020 prove once again that the state capital Munich can keep pace with other major fashion metropolises.
The young graduates of renowned Munich training institutes express their fashion skills in five-part final collections, each consisting of several outfits. A first small insight into the Munich fashion world is provided by a short YouTube video, which introduces the young designers and their masterpieces.
An independent jury of experts made up of representatives of the Munich fashion world will decide which of the young talents will be awarded the Munich Fashion Award 2020 for their creative genius and professional craftsmanship.
In addition to the award, the first place receives a cash price of 10,000€. The designers on the second and third podium will be awarded 7000€ and 3000€ respectively. The winners will be chosen on the 10th of March 2020 in a festive setting at Munich Creative Business Week (MCBW), Germany’s largest design event.
Vote and win prize money of 2000€
The judgement of us fashion enthusiasts is also asked. From now up to March 7th 2020 at midnight, fans of the Munich Fashion Award can vote for their favorite on münchen.de.
Taking part is worthwhile twice! In addition to the chance of winning the 2000€ prize money, the lucky winner will also be able to attend the international craft fair on March 12th 2020, where the winners of the Munich Fashion Award will send their collections down the catwalk at 16:00.
How to choose a favourite?
To help us decide, the five-part collections of the nine designers will be on display in nine Munich fashion stores until the 7th of March 2020.
Vote and experience the Munich fashion scene up close!
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