Welcome

Welcome to the 2021 Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize, Denmark’s leading award for young Danish designers. The four finalists competing for this year’s prize are:
A Roege Hove, Berner Kühl, (di)vision and Louise Lyngh Bjerregard. The winner takes home an honorary grant of 300.000 DKK (approximately €40,000 euros)

Vote now for the audience award at the Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize for emerging Danish talent. Pick your favourite designer from the four finalists. The competition closes on October 27 and you have one vote. The winner receives 50.000 (approximately €6,500 euros).

The nominees are:

A. Roege Hove

A. Roege Hove is a conceptual knitwear brand founded in 2019 by Amalie Røge Hove. A graduate of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Amalie’s work challenges tradition with a modern artistic approach to craftsmanship and silhouettes that are both effortless and strikingly original.

Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard

The Paris-based atelier works across seasons and the boundaries between ready-to-wear and couture. Founder Louise Lyngh Bjerregard has built her womenswear brand on a love of craftsmanship, textiles and a meticulous attention to details, unifying art, fashion and subversion.

(di)vision

(di)vision is a Copenhagen based design and fashion label founded in 2018 by the siblings Nanna and Simon Wick. Together the pair create unisex collections inspired by classic silhouettes with a conceptual and multifunctional diy-aesthetic.

Berner Kühl

Berner Kühl is a menswear brand established in Copenhagen in 2019, born out of a desire to redefine the codes and connotations of fashion. The brand is built on an examination of concepts such as utility, nature, and serenity, expressing a sense of emotion without being dramatic.

 

Introducing the Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize finalists

Introducing the Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize finalists

Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard
A. Roege Hove
(di)vision
Berner Kühl