Swarovski Names Their 2012 Scholarship Winners
近日，两位中央圣马丁艺术与设计学院学生Lucy Offen 和
Benita Gikaite 赢得了施华洛世奇年度奖学金大赛。时尚设计专业的Lucy 设计了炫丽独特的数字化分层花卉图案，并打算采用闪亮的水晶去完成整个作品。而学习珠宝设计的Benita则通过专业插图来设计精美的黄金和亚宝石的首饰，非常有独创力。“她们真的太棒了！我已经迫不及待的想看到她们的设计最终成品了”评委Alexander说道。通过本次大赛，两位同学将会得到一大笔奖学金来支持她们的学习和生活，大家也期待看到她们新的作品吧！
SWAROVSKI has named fashion design student Lucy Offen and jewellery design student Benita Gikaite as the winners of the brand's 2012 scholarship. The pair will receive a bursary to support them through their final year at university and to help realise their design visions.
Each year the scholarship - in collaboration with Central Saint Martins - selects two BA degree students for the prize, one from fashion and one from jewellery design. This year's recipients were selected by a panel including Hilary Alexander and Nadja Swarovski, as well as their respective course directors.
"Benita Gikaite presented well and gave a precise and brilliantly detailed explanation of the concepts behind her designs," Hilary Alexander told us. "Her portfolio was full of exquisite drawn-to-scale technical illustrations of extremely fine jewellery in gold and semi-precious stones, while her finished pieces, inspired by a Bauhaus project, were ingenious and extremely well-made."
The famed fashion critic had equally high praise for the fashion recipient, too.
"Lucy Offen dazzled the panel with her individual and exciting approach to print and textiles, which worked upon layering of digitalised floral prints (taken with her iPhone in Kew Gardens), layered both under and over shimmering crystals or enlarged versions of the same floral motifs on chiffon," said Alexander. "The grant will enable her to translate her work into finished designs and I can't wait to see the results."
Last year's recipients Scarlett Tull and Stephanie Bila are now firmly establishing themselves within the industry: Tull is working for Roberto Cavalli in