LVMH Prize Young Fashion Designer 2018: let’s discover the finalists! The prestigious jury of the LVMH Prize Young Fashion Designer has chosen. Nine designers selected for the June 6 final at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, where the winner of the LVMH Prize Young Fashion Designer will be announced. For him, a scholarship of 300,000 euros and the great opportunity to be followed for 12 months in the development of its brand by a specific team of the Group. Very high quality, very high standards and diversity of talents were the words used by Delphine Arnault, LVMH executive vice president, as well as the founder of the Award, to describe the projects of the semifinalists of the fifth edition of the LVMH Prize. But let’s get to know the protagonists of the very last round: A-COLD-WALL by Samuel Ross, British menswear, based in London; BOTTER by Rushemy Botter & Lisi Herrebrugh, Dutch menswear, based in Antwerp; ROKH by Rock Hwang, London-based womenswear but with South Korean blood, a recognizable aesthetic that climbs over the seasons and becomes timeless; MATTHEW ADAMS DOLAN by Matthew Adams Dolan, a high fashion workwear, a brand born of a cosmopolitan American, traveler and in the years of many cities, now in the Big Apple; LUDOVIC DE SAINT SERNIN by Ludovic De Saint Sernin, French brand and designer with genderless lines and forms; CHARLES JEFFREYLOVERBOY by Charles Jeffrey, womeswear and menswear, which has already conquered the London catwalks with its high creative impact; DOUBLET by Masayuki Ino, a style project based in Tokyo without letters and declinations, purely unisex; ECKHAUS LATTA by Zoe Latta & Mike Eckhaus, a combination of fashionable fashion, a mix of womeswear and menswear with a home in New York and Los Angeles;KWAIDAN EDITIONS by Léa Dickely & Hung La, a London-based womenswear that parades in Paris. The founders? A French and a Vietnamese American. Talents that challenge talents!