The Orange Label Project

This week the winners of the Orange Label Project were announced. The competition, run by the United Nations and London College of Fashion, aims to end violence against women through a series of creative practices, connecting the issue to a wide range of audiences.

The competition has used social media as a launching platform, encouraging those who support the Fashion says No to violence against women campaign to upload images that are orange to support the #orangelabelproject.

This project and competition marks the 20th anniversary of the UN’s Trust Fund to End Violence against Women (UNTF) by encouraging fashion students to get involved, whether that be through beauty, photography, journalism, film or design.

Take a look at the winning entries below.

Beauty Winner: Su Jun Fang and Sin Tung Cheung from Hong Kong Design Institute

Beauty Winner: Su Jun Fang and Sin Tung Cheung from Hong Kong Design Institute

Design Winner: Midori Hibarino, Bunka Gakuen University

Design Winner: Midori Hibarino, Bunka Gakuen University

Illustration Winner: Arshti Noor and Bhavnoor Minocha, Pearl Academy, Delhi

Illustration Winner: Arshti Noor and Bhavnoor Minocha, Pearl Academy, Delhi

Photography Winner: Stephanie Rotz, Sydney Allen-Ash, Jacqueline Ashton, Ryerson University School of Fashion, Canada

Photography Winner: Stephanie Rotz, Sydney Allen-Ash, Jacqueline Ashton, Ryerson University School of Fashion, Canada

 

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