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SILVIA VENTURINI FENDI, DEMNA GVASALIA, AND LOTTA VOLKOVA CROWN MAYAKO KANO QUEEN OF FASHION’S EMERGING TALENT

Held in Trieste, the majestic city on the northeastern corner of Italy’s Adriatic Coast, the annual International Talent Support (ITS) Fashion contest is the real deal. The 15-year contest, held this past weekend, is a closed circuit face-off between emerging fashion talent, cherry picked from the world’s top schools, headhunters, key brands, sponsors (Only the Brave, Swarovski, Swatch, and YKK) and select members of the press.
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Parson’s grad Mayako Kano from New Zealand took home the big cash prize of €10,000 in the Fashion category; London’s Royal College of Arts Niels Gundtoft Hansen from Denmark and University of the Arts Bremen’s Anna Bornhold from Germany won the OTB Award and € 5,000 with the possibility of an internship in one of the group’s prestigious brands; and Britain’s Helen ******kum won the Accessories Award, which also included a cash prize of €10,000.

It’s a nice chunk of change, but the prize money isn’t the real draw here. The prize at ITS is the audience and star-studded jury on the lookout for talent, including this year’s judges Demna Gvasalia of Vêtements and Balenciaga (who won ITS back in 2004), Silvia Venturini Fendi, Lotta Volkova, and FIT’s Valerie Steele. The angel behind it all is ITS founder Barbara Franchin, who reviews hundreds of student portfolios each year and assembles the ITS archive of key pieces from past editions, which functions like a museum of trends, including the early work of celebrated winners like Peter Pilotto and Demna Gvasalia.

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