Paris — French designer Charles de Villemorin, Creative Director of Rochas, has been selected as head of the fashion jury for the 38th Hyères International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories.
The announcement was made Wednesday at the Museum of Decorative Arts.
The accessories jury was led by London-based jeweler Alan Crosetti, who recently collaborated with Parisian brand Ami, while Berlin-based Dominican-American photographer and dancer Luis Alberto Rodriguez Received the 32nd award.nd Festival editions lead photography.
A major highlight of this year’s edition, scheduled for October 12-15, is the festival’s historic modernist house, built by Charles de Noailles and Marie Laure de Noailles, patrons of art and friends. It’s the 100th anniversary of the founding of a certain Villa Noailles. to many influential artists.
This anniversary will be “a great reminder of that.” [the couple]It wasn’t like one was a fashion designer and the other an artist, but all the artists they loved were part of the same family,” said festival founder Jean-Pierre Blanc at the 2022 conference. , a one-hour opera performed during the festival.
This year’s exhibition at the Villa in Hyeres brings together renowned fashion houses and emerging designers to Marie- Revisit the Rolle de Noailles wardrobe. At the Institut Français de la Mode.
To pick a fashion winner, de Vilmorin can turn to ‘Emily in Paris’ star Camille Razat. Antoine Gaget, managing director of Jean Paul Gaultier. Lesage’s artistic director, Hubert Barrère. The founder of Numéro, he is Babeth Djian. Fashion critic and author Sophie Fontanel. TV host and actress Daphne Burki. Photographer and director Alice Moitier, and singer-songwriters Flora Fischbach, Pierre de Maeret and Bilal Hassani. As always, Finnish designer Jenny Heitnen, 2022 Premiere Her Vision Grand Prize winner, will also join the fashion jury.
They compete for the major fashion award, the Premiere Vision Grand Prix. 19M Chanel Metiers d’Art Award. The Mercedes-Benz Sustainable Collection Award and the “Atelier des Matières” Award introduced in 2022.
19 million Chanel watches created under Chanel’s control and supported by the “Atelier des Matières” (a social and environmental responsibility initiative that works to give new life to virgin materials and unsold finished products) The prize is for a selection of fabrics and leathers worth €10,000. A designer using upcycled materials to impress the judges.
Since its creation in 1985, the Hyeres Festival has been considered a major starting point for designers. Saint Laurent Artistic Director Anthony Vaccarello. Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh, who design his Julien Dossena for Paco Rabanne and his brand Botter for men.
New donations will be added to the main fashion awards in the form of a year of mentoring by recruitment specialists Sterling International.
Crocetti’s jury will include Serhat Işik, Co-Creative Director of GmbH and Trussardi, to help select this year’s winning accessories, including Hermès leather accessories. Chanel in-house model Amanda Sanchez. Beka Gvishiani, commentator on Instagram account @stylenotcom. Tyrone Dylan, fashion designer and stylist for Rick Owens. Designer and sustainable consultant Maria Bernard. Eyewear designer Mauricio Stein. Laura Vandal; Nono Vasquez, fashion director of men’s magazine ICON El Pais, and last year’s Grand Prize winner Joshua Cannone.
From this edition, the Photo Awards will be known as the 7L Photo Awards. This is because I love the library that Karl Lagerfeld founded in Paris, [him]”
The award-winning photographers will therefore be supported in the creation and publication of Editions 7L edited books, as well as in the production of exhibitions. Chanel will also support the winner with a purse of €20,000.
Tasked with evaluating this year’s top photographers, Rodriguez will have a jury with him that includes 2022 winner Lala Choi. Marni’s creative his director, Francesco Risso. Edward Buchanan, founder and artistic director of Sansovino6. Photography Curator and Writer Song Chong; Adam Murray, Academic, Curator and Pathway Leader for the Master of Arts in Fashion Communication and Promotion at Central Saint Martins;