Doublet Wins 2018 LVMH Prize

The Jaden Smith-approved label was selected by top fashion designers.

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With competition from the likes of A-COLD-WALL* and Eckhaus Latta, emerging Japanese label Doublet took home the 2018 LVMH Prize. Selected by a panel of judges that included Marc Jacobs, Clare Waight Keller, Karl Lagerfeld and J.W. Anderson, along with executives from Louis Vuitton and LVMH, Doublet designer Masayuki Ino will receive a €300,000 EUR grant and year of dedicated mentorship from LVMH’s team. Brand ambassadors Emma Stone and Jaden Smith were on hand to congratulate the winners, which included Rok Hwang’s Rokh, which picked up a Special Prize.

Take a look at LVMH’s Doublet page for a full biography on the brand, which was also selected as one of our key brands of 2017.

Most recently, Doublet joined Japanese retailer MIDWEST for exclusive plastic tees.

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