Creative and Undiscovered Awards
Giving recognition to future talent today. The 2014 Creative Awards were developed to compliment work based learning objectives and help students explore their creative skills.
Split into 3 criteria: Design, Craft and Communication, the awards offer fantastic educational bursary prizes for students and schools alongside work experience placements.
All finalists were invited to our Creative Award Ceremony held at the Clothes Show Live to see their work showcased.
See the winners of our creative awards below
Award: Young Artist of year
Winner: Eilee Ezatpour
Brief: Reinvent your favourite outfit or model look from the Clothes Show Live 2013 Fashion Theatre show to produce a striking fashion illustration to appear in a marketing poster campaign.
Age Group: 13 - 16 years
Award: Young Designer of the Year in association with So...?
Winner: Safa Tayebi
Brief: Design an outfit bringing to life the style of a fashion city such as London, Paris, NYC, or Rio. Using the new So...? Couture fragrance themes pick your favourite city and produce an outfit worthy of the catwalk.
Age Group: 17-25
Award: Young Fashion Photographer of the Year 2014
Winner: Theo Williams
Brief: Bring together femininity and power with photography
Age Group: 15 - 22 years
Award: Young Handbag Designer of the Year 2014
Winner: Allegra Cook
Brief: 2D Design: Bring together ethical resources and creativity in a backpack design that would be a must have at any festival.
Age Group: 15 - 18 years
Award: Young Journalist of the Year in association with What’s On Live
Winner: Sadie Hale
Brief: Discuss the issue of body confidence and the place it deserves in society today
Age Group: 18 - 21 years
Read Sadie's entry here
Award: Made in Britain Award in association with British Christmas Jumpers
Winner: Amy Jordan
Brief: Reinvent and refashion the traditional British Christmas jumper to produce an on trend, innovative and highly creative, limited edition garment for an Autumn/ Winter collection.
Age Group: 15+