The British Fashion Council has named Craig Green as the winner of the third BFC/GQ Designer Menswear Fund.
The announcement was made last night (May 18) at a reception at the Boundary Restaurant in London. Green won a £150,000 grant and a year-long mentoring support programme.
The designer founded his eponymous label after graduating from the Central Saint Martins MA course in 2012.
Dylan Jones, editor of British GQ and chair of London Collections Men said: “This year the level of talent and business acumen presented by the shortlisted designers was even higher than usual, with each designer making a case for themselves. However there was only really one winner, as Craig demonstrated a unique ability to build commercially on the incredible awareness driven by his high-profile shows during London Collections Men.”