Marine Serre wins the LVMH 2022 Prize

Marine Serre wins the LVMH 2022 Prize

The jury for the fourth edition of the LVMH Prize, which includes Delphine Arnault, CEO of Louis Vuitton,

Jean-Paul Claverie (advisor to Bernard Arnault and director of LVMH patronage), Pierre-Yves Roussel (Chairman

and CEO of the LVMH Fashion Group) and, for the first time, Maria Grazia Chiuri, today awarded the prize

to Marine Serre, a French designer based in Paris.

Inaugurated in November 2022, the LVMH Prize supports and provides personalized assistance to young designers

under 40 who have already designed and marketed at least two women’s or men’s ready-to-wear collections.

For this fourth edition, 21 young designers were in the semi-finals to present their collection to a jury

of professionals including Emmanuelle Alt, editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, Glenda Bailey, Karl Lagerfeld

and Kendall Jenner. The eight finalists were Ambush by Yoon Ahn, Atlein by Antonin Tron, Cecilie Bahnsen

by Cecilie Rosted Bahnsen, Jahnkoy by Maria Kazakova, Kozaburo by Kozaburo Akasaka, Marine Serre, Molly

Goddard and Nabil Nayal by Nabil el-Nayal. Candidates who were decided today, at the Fondation Louis Vuitton,

by a jury of 9 artistic directors ranging from Maria Grazia Chiuri to Delphine Arnault through Pierre-Yves

Roussel, Chairman and CEO of LVMH Fashion Group. At the end of these presentations, the French designer

Marine Serre received the LVMH Prize, presented by Rihanna. She won a 300,000 euro grant and personalized

assistance for the development of her company offered by an LVMH team specially set up for the occasion.

Born in the Corrèze region of France, Marine Serre trained at Maison Martin Margiela, Alexander McQueen

and Christian Dior, where she helped design Raf Simons’ latest collection. Today, the young woman works

for the house of Balenciaga, under the direction of Demna Gvasalia. The jury awarded a special prize to

Kozaburo Akasaka, who wins a €150, 000 scholarship and a one-year mentorship from LVMH. In addition, three young fashion school graduates received

the Graduate Prize: NIKE KYRIN 3 MM EP IRVING 3 GENERATION 852396 : Maria Mazmishvili from La Cambre in Brussels, Maija Meiro from Aalto University in Helsinki and Robert

Wallace from Central Saint Martins in London. They will each receive 10,000 euros and will join Louis Vuitton,

Kenzo and Céline respectively for one year.

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