ANDAM x Swarovski
Grand Prize Winner
Nouchi’s designs reference literature, while also incorporating natural dyes, recycled plastics, and fabrics with a low environmental impact. His winning collection offered a new take on male sensuality, inspired by Christopher Isherwood’s novel, A Single Man.
Pierre Bergé PrizeTitle:
Tradition dictates that the winners of the ANDAM Grand Prize are invited to design the following year’s trophies, in collaboration with Swarovski. For the prize’s 34th year, a series of distinctive trophies was devised by menswear label BOTTER and crafted from reignited Swarovski crystals.
“We feel honoured and proud to have been selected by ANDAM and Swarovski to design this year’s trophy. We wanted to transform Swarovski crystals into melting ice to create awareness for global warming. Sustainable design is the future, it is very important to move everything forward in the right direction, all together. Therefore we used reignited Swarovski crystals and gave them new life and meaning.” Lisi Herrebrugh & Rushemy Botter
Swarovski ANDAM trophies created by past winners EGONLAB (2022) and Marie Serre (2021).
The Award Ceremony
A Day to Remember
Pictured alongside Swarovski CEO, Alexis Nasard, Riccardo Bellini, and Nathalie Dufour, the six prize winning designers received their awards at a glittering ceremony held on the terraces of the Palais Royal in Paris.
World of SwarovskiTitle:
Illuminating the many facets of Swarovski from heritage to lifestyle and beyond.