07 July 2011

The moment you’ve been waiting for – the Fash Factor winners are…


Now that we are all quite recovered from Tuesday’s Fash Factor – yes, it has taken us this long – we are ready to announce the winners!

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Hang on, first we would like to say a big, big, BIG thank you, well done and congratulations to everyone who took part. We didn’t give you much time at all to get your wares together and get to London, but that didn’t stop the first designers in the queue who came from Liverpool and Ireland. And the standard was incredible!

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Oh, and a huge thank you to all the judges – Henry Holland, Jonathan Saunders, Tom Chapman, Jane Shepherdson, Caren Downie, Susie Bubble, Liberty London Girl, Jackie Dixon and Donna Air, who all took time out of their very busy schedules to critique the round-the-block queue of jewellery, shoes, hats, clothes, scarves and all the other weird and wonderful things you took along.

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And so, with no further ado, the winners are…

Fashion runners up:
Kate Wallis – Feathers and fur dress
Laura Joyner – Green sparkle + latex

The winner of the Fashion category was ELIZABETH MORLING!

The judges loved her bright Mexican folk inspired prints, and thought it was slick, totally original, and even though it was bright and challenging, it was totally wearable.

Accessories runners up:

Zoe Sherwood – Silver beak jewellery

Ali Mapletoft – Bondage Doll scarves

The winner of the Accessories category was HOLLY VICTORIA RHODES!

The judges loved the bleached 'Cosmos' duffle bag. It was very well executed. It was easy to imagine buyers snapping it up, and because it was so simple, it was really confident, a great idea, and everyone could imagine wearing it.

Congratulations to all the winners!

Check out Grazia magazine this Tuesday to read all about the day, and find out everything there is to know about the winners.


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