Ramzen, a luxury brand headed by designer Abdul Al-Romaizan, won the Emerging Designer Award at Monte-Carlo Fashion Week, under the patronage of Princess Charlene of Monaco.
A new collection, founded less than a year ago with the aim of becoming a lifestyle in the name of made in Italy, which opened the event with the most representative items of spring-summer 2022, entitled Gioia di Vivere, together with look part of a capsule collection created with the Principality and its feminine style icons in mind, with the word Je t’aime Monaco as a distinctive element.
A selection of models, together with the looks of the see now, buy now capsules, is available at the pop-up store at the Fairmont Monte-Carlo.
Other awards went to Edward Enningful Obe (editor in chief of British Vogue and European Editorial Director of Condé Nast), to the photographer Kristian Schmidt, to the Italian sustainable startup Verabuccia, who created a new material made from pineapple peel waste, and to Regenesi, a brand that is in turn a friend of the planet. The Polimoda was also awarded the Educational Award, while the Made in Monaco Award went to the Crisoni brand.