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Rosie Huntington Whiteley's favourite brand, Bottega Veneta, dominates as The Fashion Awards 2019 nominations are revealed



One of the biggest occasions in the fashion calendar, the Fashion Awards will take place on December 2 at London’s Royal Albert Hall. From the world’s most in-demand models to the designers disrupting the industry and leading the way for creativity and innovation, it’s an awards ceremony created to champion up-and-coming designers as well as recognising the ongoing brilliance of some of the more well-established labels.

Revealing this year’s nominees this morning, Stephanie Phair, BFC Chair commented: “I would like to congratulate all the nominees of The Fashion Awards 2019. Each and every one of them is being recognised for their creative excellence and innovation.”

So who’s up for the big gongs?

Unsurprisingly for those with their finger on the sartorial pulse, Daniel Lee finds himself nominated in most categories for his work at Bottega Veneta.

Ubiquitous on every fashion-fan’s Instagram feed, he is behind the cloud-like Pouch bag loved by everyone from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to Rihanna – who both have it in endless colourways – which is no doubt a huge reason behind his Accessories Designer of the Year nomination.

Bottega is also up for Brand of the Year, while Daniel is up for British Designer of the Year – Womenswear as well as Designer of the Year (the latter being a global award).

Adesuwa Aighewi joins previous nominees Adut Akech, Adwoa Aboah, Kaia Gerber and Winnie Harlowin the Model of the Year category, forming what is the most diverse line-up to date.

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Here is the full list of nominees for the 2019 Fashion Awards

ACCESSORIES DESIGNER OF THE YEAR

Alessandro Michele for Gucci

Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

Jonathan Anderson for Loewe

Kim Jones for Dior Men

Simon Porte Jacquemus for Jacquemus

BRAND OF THE YEAR

Bottega Veneta

Gucci

Jacquemus

Loewe

Prada

BRITISH DESIGNER OF THE YEAR – MENSWEAR

Craig Green for Craig Green

Grace Wales Bonner for Wales Bonner

Kim Jones for Dior Men

Martine Rose for Martine Rose

Riccardo Tisci for Burberry

BRITISH DESIGNER OF THE YEAR – WOMENSWEAR

Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

John Galliano for Maison Margiela

Jonathan Anderson for JW Anderson & Loewe

Richard Quinn for Richard Quinn

Simone Rocha for Simone Rocha

BRITISH EMERGING TALENT – MENSWEAR

Ben Cottrell and Matthew Dainty for Cottweiler

Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

Kiko Kostadinov for Kiko Kostadinov

Phoebe English for Phoebe English

Sofia Prantera for Aries

RITISH EMERGING TALENT – WOMENSWEAR

Laura and Deanna Fanning for Kiko Kostadinov

Matty Bovan for Matty Bovan

Phoebe English for Phoebe English

Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

Rosh Mahtani for Alighieri

BUSINESS LEADER

Alexandre Arnault for Rimowa

José Neves for Farfetch

Marco Bizzarri for Gucci

Marco Gobbetti for Burberry

Remo Ruffini for Moncler

DESIGNER OF THE YEAR

Alessandro Michele for Gucci

Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

Jonathan Anderson for JW Anderson & Loewe

Kim Jones for Dior Men

Miuccia Prada for Prada

MODEL OF THE YEAR

Adesuwa Aighewi

Adut Akech

Adwoa Aboah

Kaia Gerber

Winnie Harlow

URBAN LUXE

Alyx

Fenty

Marine Serre

Martine Rose

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Moncler Genius

Check back on this page on December 2 to find out who snapped up each award…





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