Bottega Veneta brand of the year at BFC Fashion Awards
Daniel lee for Bottega Veneta receives the Designer of the Year Award from Naomi watts. Pic: British Fashion Council
Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action Award recently received the award for positive change at the British Fashion Council’s (BFC) The Fashion Awards 2019 in London. The brand of the year award went to Italian luxury goods and high fashion brand Bottega Veneta, whose Daniel Lee received the award for the designer of the year.
The award for business leader was bagged by Remo Ruffini for Italian apparel and lifestyle brand Moncler, while Daniel Lee of Bottega Veneta was declared the accessories designer of the year.
Hairstylist Sam McKnight received the Isabella Blow award for fashion creator and Giorgio Armani received the outstanding achievement award.
The award for the British emerging talent for menswear was received by Bethany Williams and that for the British emerging talent for womenswear was bagged by Rejina Pyo. Both have their namesake designer labels, according to a BFC press release.
Kim Jones received the British designer of the year menswear award for Dior Men and Daniel Lee bagged the same for womenswear for Bottega Veneta.
The trailblazer award was received by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen label.
Each winner was given a unique Swarovski crystal trophy, designed by Welsh artist Ross Lovegrove.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)