Regent's alumna Gracey Owusu-Agyemang wins Sustainable Emerging Designer Award at Monte Carlo Fashion Week

Regent's alumna Gracey Owusu-Agyemang has been awarded the Sustainable Emerging Designer Award at Monte Carlo Fashion Week in Monaco. 

Gracey's spread in the award ceremony brochure

Gracey showed her work at Monte Carlo Fashion Week as part of a collaboration with Central Saint Martins, University of The Arts London x Pavillon Bosio.

The award celebrates Gracey's commitment to socio-ecological sustainable practices and regenerative fashion. 

Since graduating from Regent's, Gracey has had a series of successes in the industry. In 2022, she launched fashion label DIJÁGO with fellow Regent's alumna Khudija Zaib.

In 2023, the duo designed a bespoke gown for actress Sarah Niles (Ted Lasso, I May Destroy You), which she wore to the British Vogue and Tiffany & Co Celebrate Fashion & Film party.

Gracey receiving the award in Monaco

In early 2024 she was awarded the HUMANATURE Award for Responsible Design, as part of a London Fashion Week show by Central Saint Martins MA Fashion students. 

This year Gracey and Khudija returned to Regent's for a collaboration with HOFF which saw students submit designs for a new limited edition sneaker to celebrate the opening of their new Regent Street store. Gracey joined an expert panel of judges from across the fashion industry – including Louis Roe, Remy Farrell and Aberto Giménez – who named Macarena Yagüe, a current second-year fashion and design student at Regent's, as the winner.

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