Rhode Island Design School’s XuYuki won this year’s Design Award. Supima, Cotton cashmere at the awards ceremony hosted by Loroche.
Xu was impressed with her idea of biomorphological modeling mode in an annual competition for fashion college students across the United States. Winners will bring back $ 10,000 in prize money and industry recognition and recognition.
Roach, a prominent stylist and image architect, announced the winner of this year’s Supima Design Competition after a joint show in Midtown Manhattan during New York Fashion Week.
Supima is a non-profit organization that promotes the use of American Pima cotton around the world and has hosted the event for the past decade. Xu and five finalists from top design schools across the country showcased a collection of evening wear capsules entirely made of Supima cotton at a live runway presentation at 608 Fifth Avenue. All the finalists were asked to create five looks using five different Supima fabrics: shirts, twill, denim, jersey and velveteen.
The award’s elite jury included a roach. Nicola Formichetti, Fern Maris, Edward Barsamian, Luke Meagher, Kelly Augustin, Godfrey Deany, Freyja Drohan, Gianluca Longo, Emilia Petrarca, Avril Graham, Jerome Lamaar, and 2016 SDC winner Jeffrey Taylor.
The other five finalists this year were Cat Pfingst at Drexel University. Jiarui (Ruby) Cai of Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising; Lee Yitao of Fashion Institute of Technology; Alana Tolliver of Kent State University and Bora Kim of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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RISD’s Xu Yuki wins Supima Design Competition 2021
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