Grace Weller, from Bath Spa University was chosen as the winner of the George Gold Award.
Now, Grace has won £10,000, as well as £2,000 for her university alongside a paid design placement with George and the opportunity to have a collection produced with George. "I’m already looking forward to translating my collection for George. It will be great to redesign it for a wider audience and see the pieces from a new angle, keeping the collection unique to my own style.”
STUART PETERS VISIONARY KNITWEAR AWARD-REBECCA SWANN
NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY
Rebecca Swann of Nottingham Trent university won the Stuart Peters Visionary Knitwear Award.
For GFW 2014, Swann was named winner for her creation of a directional and innovative knitwear collection that showed an appropriate use of colour, texture, yarn and silhouette. Her collection was chosen for its creativity, fashion forward approach and excellence in construction.
Camilla Grimes of the Manchester School of Art was awarded the Creative Catwalk Award.
Demonstrating an extraordinary level of originality, creativity and conceptual understanding, as well as garment construction executed with impressive skill, innovation and workmanship, she won £1,000 for herself and £250 for her university.
Stephanie Ambridge of Northumbria university was chosen as the winner of the Ethical Award.
Being told she had created a business model that was going to "change the way we buy and make fashion," as she collected her work, the judges were nothing short of impressed. Creating an ethically aware and eco-friendly based product that was relevant in today's economic climate, Ambridge's work showed clear understanding and delivery throughout her developments.