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WGSN Global Fashion Awards: Shortlist announced

The shortlist for the WGSN Global Fashion Awards has been announced.

The WGSN Global Fashion Awards will take place at New York’s Waldorf Astoria on 10th November 2010 to celebrate innovation and excellence across the global fashion arena.

The Shortlist

  • Outstanding Visual Merchandising: Harvey Nichols, Lane Crawford, Nicole Farhi, Macy’s, Melissa, Nike Town - London (Millington Associates), Selfridges and Target & Liberty of London
  • Outstanding Customer Experience: Farm, Les Néréides, Luisa Via Roma.com, Melissa, Net-a-Porter.com, and Zappos
  • Outstanding New Store: American Eagle Outfitters, New York, USA; Levi’s Flagship Store, Regent Street, London, UK (Checkland Kindleysides); Monki 3 Sea of Scallops, Oslo, Norway; New Balance, Beijing & Shanghai, China; and Topshop, Knightsbridge, London, UK, Forever 21 - Times Square, New York, USA
  • Outstanding Brand Mix: Curve, La Rinascente, Liberty, Matches, NK Store, Opening Ceremony, Project 8, and Shopbop
  • Most Influential Design Team or Retailer: Acne, Animale, Club Monaco, Cos, J Crew, Reiss, and Uniqlo
  • Most Influential Designer - Womenswear: Alexander Wang, Nicolas Ghesquière - Balenciaga, Christopher Bailey - Burberry, Phoebe Philo - Céline, Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana -Dolce & Gabbana, Isabel Marant, Alber Elbaz - Lanvin, Phillip Lim - 3.1 Phillip Lim, Miuccia Prada - Prada, and Vivienne Westwood
  • Most Influential Designer - Menswear: Giorgio Armani - Armani, Italo Zucchelli - Calvin Klein, Kris Van Assche - Dior Homme, Dean & Dan, Caten - DSQUARED², Kim Jones - Dunhill, Paul Smith, Thom Browne, and Tom Ford
  • Most Influential Designer - Footwear and Accessories: Albertus Swanepoel, Frida Giannini - Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Miuccia Prada - Miu Miu, Emma Hill - Mulberry, Nicholas Kirkwood, Stefano Pilati - Yves Saint Laurent, and Jimmy Choo
  • Most Creative Student Collection: Cora Isabel David, Kunsthochschule, Weißensee, Germany; Alice Early, Kingston University, London; Lilly Heine, Central Saint Martins, London; Michael Kampe,Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp; Natalie Rae Richardson, London College of Fashion; David Ferron, Parsons the New School for Design
  • Global Brand or Retailer: Guess, Harvey Nichols, Karen Millen, Topshop, True Religion Brand Jeans, and Vente-privee.com
  • Emerging Brand or Retailer: Atelier-Mayer.com, Bolongaro Trevor, JSFN, Lascivious, Maya Negri, Nicholas King, William Tempest, and The Loot (India)
  • Outstanding Etailer: ASOS, Gilt Groupe, My-wardrobe.com, Net-a-porter.com, THECORNER.com, Vente-privee.com, and Zappos
  • Most Sustainable Brand or Retailer: Ecoist, George, People Tree, Prophetik, and Sobral
  • Best Marketing Campaign: De Bijenkorf (Selmore Creative Agency), Diesel, El Palacio de Hierro, Harvey Nichols, MCD, Old Navy (Crispin Porter + Bogusky), Topman, Wrangler (VF Europe), and Warner Bros Consumer Products & Colette
  • Most Innovative Digital Initiative: Dotti, FashionPlaytes, Gap (Crispin Porter + Bogusky), Oasis, Old Navy (Crispin Porter + Bogusky), Wrangler (VF Europe)
  • Outstanding Contribution to Fashion: Harold Tillman CBE
  • Global Style Icon: To be announced at the Global Fashion Awards 

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