The Who’s Next x Citadium Winners List of French Designers Is Out

The Who’s Next x Citadium Winners

Does Fashion make you smile, in love with emerging French designers?  The check out the The Who’s Next x Citadium Winners List for up and coming French fashion talent.
Discover the profiles of the 10 new urban French labels who could be the leading brands of the future.  There was a huge amount of success for the Who’s Next & Citadium project, with more than 170 applications sent in by young urban.

The Who’s Next

It was above all the quality of the applications that impressed the Who’s Next and Citadium jury who got to together on the 19th of December in order to select the 10 young urban French labels who would continue on this adventure.
Discover here the profiles for this new wave of designers. Urban French creation is beautiful, imaginative, ambitious.  Get your dose of positive energy for the start of 2017 and go and meet the 10 winning labels.
Reminder: In January 2017, Who’s Next and Citadium are taking a unique and never-before-seen initiative in order to support new urban French talent: the opportunity for the top 10 to exhibit to French and international professionals during Who’s Next from the 20th to 23rd of January 2017, Porte de Versailles in the Urban area. Then afterwards, going directly to the “market” and public in the form of a pop-up store within the Citadium Parisian flagship.

About the author

Charlotte is an urban New Yorker who has lived in London, Paris & Morocco. She has an MBA in Management and Economics of Luxury Brands and Fashion and her BFA from the New School. She calls herself the dyslexic writer living between London & Paris. Digital Fashion & Lifestyle Architect ?:ChaChaNyc007


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