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Victoria Spruce, Vogue Talents Award

Mark Goldenberg, Vogue Talents Award

Ichiro Suzuki, Fashion Collection of the Year winner

Marius Janusauskas, winner of the Diesel Award

For the eleventh time in a row, the Italian city Trieste was all about ITS, International Talent Support, a platform dedicated to the scouting and support of young creative talents from all over the world. If there is one thing in fashion that I absolutely love, it is seeing young talent, real talent. This year’s concept was all about the duality between GOOD and EVIL and everyone visiting ITS, whether as a jury, contestant or as press, had to choose for one of the opposite poles.

Over the past few years I have seen the work of many fashion students and graduates, but I have never been so impressed by anyone until Ichiro Suzuki. He got inspired by the works of Bridget Riley, Escher and Vasarely and English classicism and his collection was nothing like any other collection I have seen recently from such a young designer. Mind. Blowing. The young Suzuki says to create his alter ego when designing, which was clearly visible when he entered the catwalk in an easy white t-shirt, jeans and flipflops.

Apart from attending the jewelry and accessory exhibition and the fashion show, I was lucky to discover the beauty of Trieste as well, with its amazing architecture, beautiful sea and of course delicious food. I mean seriously, Italy is the only country where I gain weight easily.


Fashion Collection of the Year
Ichiro Suzuki

Diesel Award
Marius Janusauskas

Fashion Special Prize by EVE
Luke Brooks

Avery Dennison Brand Innovation Award
Mark Goldenberg

Saturday Night Fever Award
Isabel Vollrath

Vogue Talents Award
Mark Goldenberg

Modateca Award
Shengwei Wang

D-La Repubblica Award
Marius Janusauskas


Accessories Collection of the Year
Ana Rajcevic

YKK Award
Benjamin John Hall

Vogue Talents Award
Victoria Spruce

ITS Jewelry

Swarovski Elements Jewelry Award
Xiao Zi Yang

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