The photography prize celebrates a more global view on art and documentary-style photography and links rarely to fashion.
There is the People’s Prize from the city of Hyères. Another prize is an artist residency in Beirut courtesy of the Lebanese designer Elie Saab and €6000.
New partnership with Memories Lab, Chine offers support for one winner and also sponsors the Grand Prix of jury with €7500.
JOJAKIM CORTIS & ADRIAN SONDEREGGER // Memories Lab winner
ANAÏS BOILEAU // Prix de public & Ellie Saab winner
FLEUR CAN DODEWAARD
VENDULA KNOPOVA // Grand Prix 2016 Winner
WILLIAM KLEIN // American-born French photographer and filmmaker
JEAN-MICHEL BERTIN // set designer
SUSAN BRIGHT // British writer and curator of photography
PIERRE-LOUIS DENIS // photographer
JEAN-PAUL GOUDE // graphic designer, illustrator, photographer, advert film director
CHRIS LITTLEWOOD //
LESLEY MARTIN //
HEVAL OKCUOGLU //
GARETH PUGH // British fashion designer
CLARE STRAND //
CHANTAL WEBBER //
Premiere Vision Grand Prize of €15 000 comes with high level of visibility at both Première Vision New-York and Paris shows , is matched by sponsored company’s budget of the same amount to create the collection pieces in collaboration with specialist manufacturers.This year it is a collaborative project with some of CHANEL’s Métiers d’art, up to 15,000 euro and a collaboration with Petit Bateau on one or more of its products.
There is also a €15 000 Chloe prize.
Chloe president Geoffroy De la Bourdonnaye said; “we tend to stay in touch with our winners’. Maison Chloé reserves the right to market the winner’s design, in which case, a percentage of the sales earned will be shared with the designer”.
The selected ten finalists are supported with materials and for the manufacture of their collections. Festival prize winners are further supported with a ‘formers’ showcasing opportunity for several seasons afterwards.
JULIEN DOSSENA // Creative Director Paco Rabanne
PIERRE HARDY // French shoe & accessory designer
LOLA RABAN OLIVA