International fashion trade show Premium has proclaimed the winners of its Young Designers Award in the four established categories –womenswear, menswear, accessories and activewear.

Besides an individual stand to display their spring/summer 2017 collections in the soon-to-be-held edition of Premium to buyers, the winners will also showcase their creations to end consumers in the shopping windows of Galeries Lafayette in Berlin once the order season is over.

Here’s a list with the lucky winners in each category:


Ksenia Schnaider (Womenswear)
. Independent studio founded in Kiev (Ukraine) in 2011 by fashion designer Ksenia Marchenko and graphic designer Anton Schnaider.

Ksenia Schnaider fall/winter 2016-17
© Ksenia Schnaider
Ksenia Schnaider fall/winter 2016-17
 
Verena Schepperheyn (Menswear)
. Verena Schepperheyn launched her own label in Berlin, after graduating with a master's degree in menswear from ArtEZ in Arnhem, the Netherlands. She has been nominated for the German Design Award 2016 and the WSGN Future Award 2016 in the category 'Avery Dennison Emerging Brand'.
Verena Schepperheyn fall/winter 2016-17.
© Verena Schepperheyn
Verena Schepperheyn fall/winter 2016-17.

Nadine Eismann (Accessories)
. Based in Stuttgart, she takes care of all the creation steps of her designs, most of them inspired by traveling, photography and nature.
Brazo del Cobre minibag by Nadine Eismann.
© Nadine Eismann
Brazo del Cobre minibag by Nadine Eismann.

Dresp (Activewear). Founded in 2015 by designer Sandra Dresp, her eponymous label intertwines activewear, bodywear and swimwear with high-fashion elements.
Dresp fall/winter 2016-17.
© Dresp
Dresp fall/winter 2016-17.

You can check out these collections at Premium’s new hall [‚PƐ:PI] STUDIO in June 28-30; Dresp will be present in hall 2. The Young Designers Award winners from last season will display their fall/winter 2016-17 collections at Galeries Lafayette in Berlin from June 27 until July 18.