ISKO I-SKOOL™ 4th edition participants judged on sustainability at the world’s largest event on sustainability in fashion.
On 14th May, the talented 2017 ISKO I-SKOOL™ competition finalists had their submissions judged on sustainability. The expert jury included Fabio Di Liberto, Brand Director, ISKO, Kai Margrander, Fashion Director, Harper’s Bazaar Germany, Peter Copping, fashion expert, Henriette Pieszak, CEO, Pieszak and Tomorrow, Rebekka Bach, Women Design Manager, G-Star Raw and Bandana Tewari, Editor-at-Large, Vogue India.
An inspirational movie was created for the summit to showcase the 2017 finalists’ collections.
Each year, a forward-thinking theme is selected to inspire students to address the major challenges facing society. The 2017 theme of GENDERFUL sought to support ideas of inclusion and freedom of expression. The movie celebrated the students’ vision for the future, as tomorrow’s game changers.
The ISKO I-SKOOL™ participants selected to take part into this special competition:
The three winning projects.
1st Place: Morine Uramoto (Japanese) – “UNTITLED”
“Her authentic approach to the legacy of denim was remarkable. Her ability to inject clothes with the ideas of modern, urban living is what makes her designs relevant for today. But it is her clever designs nuances-for instance turing a skirt into a jacket, a pant into a top- that makes her clothes timeless and genderless.”
2nd Place: Da An (Chinese) – “FREE LOOP”
“His ability to transform work-wear denim and bring it to the luxury premium space, brings his creative dialogue at the forefront of fashion. His embellishments coupled with the use of lightweight denim, gave his design a sophisticated, high-end fashion appeal.”
3rd Place: Massimiliano Mucciarelli (Italian) – “THREE DIFFERENT ONES”
“The simplicity and versatility of his design brings traditional workwear elements into contemporary culture where funcion becomes sexy and style-effortless.”