She lives in Copenhagen, is 28 years old and is graduated from London College of Fashion, the young designer Stine Riise, who won the H & M Design Award, a competition designed by the famous brand of Swedish clothing for promote and support the research and the new talents .
Riise Stine, founder of her trademark "RIIS" in 2011, has managed to surprise and engage the jury, who had chosen six finalists from 14 different countries, earning a deserved victory at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in
Stockholm, where she seen some of her clothes on the catwalk.
The designer has won in this way € 50,000 and the opportunity to collaborate with H&M, placing items of her collection in stores of worldwide.
The jury has chosen Stine, for the ability to use different materials and colors, creating effects and curious and original compositions.
Her creations are inspired by the sculpture, by the posh French fashion of the 50s and by the simple lines of 90s,in a mix very well chosen. Her creations are in this way very chic and trend but also simples.
The fashion designer, however, had already won in the past several awards and prizes, including the "Biddle Sawyer Silks Award" for its innovative use of fabric, and was chosen by Vogue as "Best Student Of The World" in 2011.
At the same time H&M has opened a contest on facebook, where to vote were the users straight through the "I like". To win was in this case the Dutch Anne Bosman, who has win a collaboration for a month with the London firm of Christopher Kane.