London-based designers Tolu Coker and Eleanor McDonald each took house 3 awards at the 16th ITS occasion in Trieste last week.
For nearly 20 years, International Skill Support, a platform for emerging designers, has been digging out young imaginative talents from all over the world to take part in its yearly contest. The effort works as a springboard for the winners, who receive funds and mentorship to more establish their brand name, along with internships and task opportunities with the similarity Example and OTB– which owns brands including Diesel and Maison Margiela.
Although the contest was on a quick hiatus in 2015, for 2018 it was back in the Italian city of Trieste (where founder Barbara Franchin was born and raised) to award a series of finalists rewards across fashion, accessories, and jewelry design. Read More via ChannelThreeSixFive.