A’ Fashion, Apparel and Garment Design Award Winners 2022-2023

Crash Womenswear by Meng Ling Chung

A’ Design Award & Competition is one of the world’s leading international annual juried competition for design. The A’ Design Accolades are organized in a wide range of creative fields to highlight the very best designers from all countries in all disciplines. Entries to the competition are peer-reviewed and anonymously judged by an influential jury panel of experienced academics, prominent press members and established professionals. A’ Design Award & Competition promises fame, prestige, publicity and international recognition to all A’ Design Award Winners through the A’ Design Prize which is given to celebrate the awarded designs.

The “A’ Design Prize” is a coveted and comprehensive winners’ kit for awarded designs. “A’ Design Prize” includes but not limited to: international design excellence certificate in metal frame, invitation to the exclusive gala-night in Italy, online + offline exhibition of awarded projects, poster of awarded projects, hardcover printed best projects’ yearbook publication, special 3D printed metal award trophy in luxury black box, project translation to 108+ languages in order to truly reach international audiences, an exclusive interview with the winner, press release preparation and distribution, license to use “A’ Design Award Winner Logo” in your communication, promotion of awarded works to thousands of other publications, media appearances through our press partners, inclusion in World Design Rankings as well as access to further marketing and PR tools, all without contractually obliged further fees. 

The A’ Design Award & Competition has been established to promote and recognize the best design works in all countries and in all creative disciplines. The primary aim of the A’ Design Award & Competition is to create a global awareness and understanding for good design practices and principles by highlighting the best designs in all countries and in all industrial fields. The ultimate aim of the A’ Design Awards is to push designers, companies and brands worldwide to create superior products and projects that benefit the society.

The A’ Design Award & Competition has a philanthropic goal to advance society by pushing the frontiers of science, design, creativity and technology forward by creating incentives for innovators to come up with better ideas. The A’ Design Competition aims to create incentives that ignite and reward creativity, original ideas and concept generation in all industrial sectors. The “A’ Design Award  Winner” logo, given to award winning designs, signifies original, functional and efficient designs that help the world become a better place.

Every year, projects that focus on innovation, technology, design and creativity are awarded with the A’ Design Award. Entries are accepted annually till February 28th and results are announced every year on April 15. Designers worldwide are called to take part in the accolades by entering their best works, projects and products. Entries are accepted as long as they were designed in the last 10 years. Register today.

The Shape of Old Memory Womenswear Collection by Bingrou Chen

The creation of this series of works comes from the my thinking on the innovative application of traditional craft culture in contemporary design and its innovative application value. Traditional craft culture is like a treasure sunk in the deep sea. We can perceive its existence and value, but rarely touch it. If we do not try to salvage it, we will only see it fade away and disappear, which is regrettable.

Blue Ants Clothing by Yi Yin

Blue ants, was inspired by the famous historical event in China, the “Cultural Revolution”. During this decade, people regardless of gender and age, completely spontaneously wore uniform blue overalls, so they were called “blue ants” by people in other countries. During this decade, clothing no longer only has the function of keeping warm, but has completely become a political tools of fanaticism and blind obedience.

Zen Explorer Clothing by Kuan Lu

The design is inspired by exploring the depths of blue. Indigo textile culture with a long history, blue is the ocean, the universe, and the central mind. Natural reincarnation is the exploration of Zen, and it is also a sustainable fashion practice in the present. From a point of view that old and new, gain and loss, useless and useful, trend and eternity are infusing. This project explores and balances the possibilities of design. Using the traditional culture and crafts to combine with modern design elements to create unique practices and new inheritance.

Gaofan Black Gold Goose Down Garment by Wu Kunming and Zhang Chuangui

The overall black-gold embellishment with a glossy effect is both versatile and high-end. The leg can be well protected in length, matching with various types of pants and shoes can be fashionable and domineering, creating a different aura. Equipped with a freely adjustable design, the waist can be tighter up in one second, so that it is no longer fat and strong in winter. It is the best choice for the new era and new fashion.

Bannou Raincoat by Bywater Goodie Inc.

The two conditions for wearing a raincoat are 1) It is raining and 2) You have a raincoat at that time, but since 2) You have a raincoat at that time cannot be satisfied, we thought there would be few opportunities to wear a raincoat. Therefore, we thought if we could wear it on usually without getting steamed up, it would be convenient when it comes time to wear a raincoat. An outdoor jacket would satisfy the requirement, but there are not many stylish and formal types on the market.

Peacebird Outdoor Techwear System by Ningbo Peacebird Fashion Co., Ltd.

Considering outdoor activities during polar exploration, this down jacket is designed to provide users with a fashionable, flexible and warm wearing experience. Based on that, the product innovates the structure of three layers, by which users can freely select combination schemes as needed to ensure comfort and heat retention.

Skin Lift Bra by Kitty Saarloos

I wanted to find a solution for women’s most universal beauty problem;sagging,wrinkled and dimpled skin.I was inspired by an Oprah tv program with Sarah Blakely who invented Spanx,a shape garment and how she came up with a solution for improving shape on the body.Her story and ultimate success inspired me to find a solution for improving skin texture,as well as shape,without the constrictiveness of most shape garments

Self Defense Mechanism Garment by Yi Tung Hung

In the era of information explosions, humans are stimulated by various environments. The messages that make us receive in one day actually are far more than one person could undertake. Consequently, these clothes are aimed to consider as a protective layer for ourselves to stabilize in this world. Using neuron and mesh geometry on prints symbolizes the spread and blur which makes us can’t see what the outside world looks like and maintain our mind clear.

Interactions 2021 Interchangeable Textile Panels by Marina Kolarova

As a designer I am looking for solutions to make sustainable and responsible fashion and empower people to express themselves through garments. Archigram’s Plug-in City concept and the idea of the construction of Centre Pompidou,Paris inspired the adaptability of the garments to each person and the constantly evolving construction.

Ivau Apparel and Baby Wrap Collection by Chance Xie

If a woman gives birth to three children, that is 10 years in her life when carrying an infant and nursing take centre stage. The fourth trimester should be one of the most beautiful moments in motherhood but it is currently overlooked. Yet, newborn bonding is vital in every family relationship. There is no apparel collection that is tailored to address the need of style-conscious mothers to carry a child fashionably after birth. So we pioneer fashionable babywearing with matching apparel and carriers to rediscover the most beautiful moment in motherhood, bonding with your newborn.

Crash Womenswear by Meng Ling Chung

Designer, Meng Ling’s computer was apparently not functioning anymore, and all the files were broken up into unintelligible graphics. She took screenshots of them one by one, trying to recognize the original picture from the blurry scene. There are obviously traces of my memory in each photo. So she started piecing together these enigmatic patterns like a jigsaw puzzle and putting them in prints to commemorate my old creations.

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