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Entries Invited From Seven UK Design Schools For The H&M Design Award 2019

Winner 2018: Stefan Cooke

Winner 2018: Stefan Cooke

The H&M Design Award is an annual design prize for graduating students. The prize, which underlines H&M’s strong commitment to the future of fashion, was established in 2012 to support young designers’ as they begin their careers in fashion.

The H&M Design Award 2019 is open for 2018 BA or MA graduating students from over forty Design  Schools world-wide, but including  seven selected UK fashion design schools.

1.     London College of Fashion

2.     University of Westminster

3.     The Royal College of Art

4.     Kingston School of Art

5.     Edinburgh College of Art

6.     Central St Martins

7.     Brighton School of Architecture and Design

Students are welcome to participate by submitting their portfolios (SIGN UP NOW).

The winner will be awarded a prize of €25,000 as well as a 6 months long paid internship at H&M’s Head Office in Stockholm, working alongside the design team that develops our most fashion-forward collections. The paid internship includes a monthly salary, accommodation in Stockholm, as well as other benefits. In addition, all finalists, including the winner, will be awarded €5,000 for making it to the final.

The final will be held at the end of November or the beginning of December 2018.

Previous winners:

Stefan Cooke (2018) Central Saint Martins, London, UK
Richard Quinn (2017) Central Saint Martins, London, UK
Hannah Jinkins (2016) Royal College of Arts, London, UK
Ximon Lee (2015) Parsons School of Design, New York, USA
Eddie Anemian (2014): La Chambre, Brussels, Belgium
Minju Kim (2013) Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
Stine Riis (2012) London College of Fashion, London, UK