UN Orange Label Project – the winners and social media takeover
Today marks the launch of the Orange Label Project – a collaboration between LCF and the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women (UN Trust Fund). The project marks their 20th anniversary, and engages the issue of violence against women with new audiences, particularly young people, through a series of creative activities.
Working with students from LCC the project’s identity was born, and in October we launched a competition open to fashion students around the globe and across disciplines, to produce a piece of work incorporating the project colour, orange.
There were hundreds of applications from students across the world, who entered their work into one of six categories: beauty, fashion design, film, journalism, illustration and photography. Today we are happy to announce the competition winners and runners up in each category.
1st place: Su Jun Fang and Sin Tung Cheung – Fashion Image Design, Hong Kong Design Institute
2nd place: Rebecca Fletcher, Jodie Hardwick, Abi Cotter, Tamsin Carins and Sharna Mcphillips studying Extended Diploma Fashion and Textiles, Plymouth College Of Art
3rd place: Angel Pui Shan, Sham Yandy, Lik Yan Fung Bo, Po Yee Tai Miki and Ki Mang Wong studying Fashion Image Design at Hong Kong Design Institute
1st place: Midori Hibarino studying Creative Design at Bunka Gakuen University in Japan
2nd place: Sho Nagahama studying Creative Design at Bunka Gakuen University in Japan
3rd place: Cary Aiken studying Fashion Design at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia
1st place: Chantelle Anonuevo studying Fashion Design at Falmouth University
2nd place: Abhineet Dang studying at the Pearl Academy in India
3rd place: Candice Lo studying BA (Hons) Fashion Styling and Production at LCF
1st place: Sumedha Chandra Sekhar studying Fashion Media Communication at the Pearl Academy in India
2nd place: Sophie Chittock studying Fashion Communication and Promotion at Norwich University of the Arts
1st place: Stephanie Rotz, Sydney Allen-Ash and Jacqueline Ashton studying at Ryerson University, School of Fashion in Canada
2nd place: Shalini Gupta studying Fashion Styling and Image Design at the Pearl Academy in India
3rd place: Lily Hewes, Jhestry Familara, Jenn Parker, Sue Gamesby, Yin Gan, Stephen Donald, Sarah Walker, Chanel Kabwebwe, Neesa Din from Teesside University.
1st place: Arshti Narang and Bhavnoor Minocha studying Fashion Media Communication at the Pearl Academy in India
2nd place: Olivia Mc Carthy, Savannah Avery, Abbey O’Toole, Izabela Niemiec studying Diploma in Buying and Range Planning for Fashion Retail at the City Of Liverpool College
3rd place: Esmee Joinson Evans studying BA Fashion Marketing at Falmouth University
Congratulations to the winners who each receive a prize of £500, and thank you to everyone who entered and supported this worthy cause.
Today, we are encouraging the fashion industry to show their support too, by uploading an image featuring the colour orange to social media using the hashtag #OrangeLabelProject. Last year the campaign even turned the White House orange!. Please join us in uploading an image to your social media accounts on 25th, and wear something orange to work that day.
- Remember, this is a positive image to convey the message ‘Fashion Says No to Violence Against Women’ and it must use the colour orange!
- Use the hashtags #Orangetheworld #UNTF #16days #Orangelabelproject
- Find out more about the UN Orange Label Project