Norwegian designer Siv Støldal has won this season’s highly coveted +46 Award in fashion design. The graduate from Central Saint Martins was chosen from a jury of elite professionals, including Diane Pernet, Jean Pierre Blanc, Elisabetta Berla, Laird Borelli, Daniel Bjork and Gaspard Yurkievich.

Støldal will go on to show her current project, “Three Wardrobes,” inspired by three Norwegian men and their wardrobes, at the opening of +46 in Stockholm (Aug. 13-15) as an installation co-created by artist Andreas Nilsson and architects Boys Don’t Cry.

Støldal is known for her photographic prints, bold checks and fabric blends. She has shown twice at Fashion East and collaborated with top stores and designers including B Store and Fred Perry.