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Winners of WGSN Global Fashion Awards revealed

The WGSN Global Fashion Awards took place in New York on Thursday night with H&M, Acne, Erdem and Net-a-Porter all scooping prizes.

A total of 21 awards were presented to brands, retailers and designers at the ceremony at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall.

Founder of Biba, Barbara Hulanicki, was honoured by industry peers with the Outstanding Contribution to Fashion award.

Below is the full list of winners:

Swarovski Elements Grand Prix Award: Net-A-Porter
Global Style Icon: Daphne Guinness
Outstanding Contribution to Fashion: Barbara Hulanicki
Most Influential Womenswear Designer: Erdem
Most Influential Footwear & Accessories Designer: Acne
Most Influential Design Team: Topshop
Clover Group Outstanding Fashion Innovator: Manish Arora
Outstanding Fashion Collaborator: Opening Ceremony & Partners
TNT Global Brand or Retailer: H&M
Outstanding Brand Mix: Matches
Best E-tailer: Net-A-Porter.com
Most Innovative Marketing Campaign: Target
Outstanding Customer Experience: my-wardrobe.com
Most Sustainable Brand or Retailer: Stewart+Brown
Outstanding New Store: La Boutique Palacio, Mexico
Breakthrough Brand or Retailer: Pretty Green
Breakthrough Designer: Michael Cinco
Lycra Style Emerging Talent Award: Eudon Choi
Most Creative Student Collection: Estee Anna Lindley, University of Central Lancashire
Swarovski Student Award: Alison Richardson



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