The European Fashion Award FASH is viewed as one of the world's most prominent award for the students who study fashion. It is a yearly competition held by the non-profit driven German Fashion Industry Foundation, Stiftung der Deutschen Bekleidungs industrie, in short SDBI. On account of the European Fashion Award FASH, its correspondence, distributions and broad industry system SDBI assumes a pivotal part for students, design and fashion industry. Klaus Steilmann, at the time Europe's biggest producer of ladies' style, established SDBI in 1978.
SDBI award winners have great professional future. Today, a large portion of them work at universally famous organizations, for example, Adidas, Akris, Craft, Drykorn, Esprit, John Galliano, Girbaud, Gore, Hugo Boss, Mango, Quiksilver, Puma, Schumacher, Strenesse, for planners like Lala Berlin, Wolfgang Joop, Ross Lovegrove, Antonio Marras, Vivienne Westwood or Bernhard Willhelm – some of them even at boss or senior fashion manager level. Moreover, large portions of them have been regarded with extra honor
Six design graduates got the European Fashion Award FASH 2015 on the eve of the Berlin Fashion Week.
The non-benefit Stiftung der Deutschen Bekleidungsindustrie (German Fashion Industry Foundation or SDBI), exhibited the grants esteemed at a total of 80,000 Euro at the amazing Neue Museum (New Museum) in Berlin, one of UNESCO's reality legacy locales, SDBI said on its site. The ceremony was attended by 250 visitors.
The six graduates utilized motivations like documents, dreams or craving for something new to approach the subject of the European Fashion Award FASH 2015, "Freedom".
Their collections are different from the classic, Euro-driven male picture and set new guidelines of fashion.
The general estimation of all prizes is 80,000 Euro. A high-gauge jury chose the victors from the tasks put together by 141 members from 27 nations. The assessment was performed namelessly.