"London is not only the home of menswear, but there are now more exciting menswear designers in Britain than ever before."
- Dylan Jones OBE, Editor of British GQ and Chair of London Collections Men.The grand prize sees the winning designer receive a £150,000 grant, with which they are free to provide necessary infrastructure and development to their business. They further receive a high level mentoring support programme over a twelve month period with esteemed industry experts. Following in the footsteps of Patrick Grant’s superb E Tautz label and Christopher Shannon before him, Craig Green was announced as the winner of the third BFC/GQ Designer Menswear Fund with his A/W16 collection. Dylan Jones further commented on Craig's winning collection: "Craig demonstrated a unique ability to build commercially on the incredible awareness driven by his high-profile shows during London Collections Men. It was a unanimous decision, as he showed a seemingly innate ability to understand the demands of growing a small business." Visit the British Fashion Council for more information about the Designer Menswear Fund