Three fashion design school graduates have been awarded with a LVMH Prize in 2014, for the inaugural edition: Peter Do, Teruhiro Hasegawa and Flavien Juan Nunez. They each win 10 000 euros and joined a different LVMH fashion house for a one year job contract. The school they graduated from also received 10 000 euros to symbolize the group’s support to education and establishments that allow fashion to renew itself in order to reach a higher level of excellence. But what has occurred was not anticipated for Flavien Juan Nunez.
What was it like to win the 2014 LVMH Prize as a fashion school graduate?
The first winners of the prize in 2014 were little more than test subjects. The LVMH Prize initiative was created by Delphine Arnault, who devoted herself entirely to the project. The Fondation Louis Vuitton was also launched around the same time. As a result, everything was rushed to fit into the new communication strategy of “reputation...
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