The Best Street Style From Hyeres Festival 2019
Each spring, the oldest resort town on the French Riviera plays host to the oldest fashion festival in the world: the Festival d’Hyères. Officially known as the International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Accessories, held within the modernist interiors of the Villa Noailles, it gathers designers, artists, international press and the public for five days of shows, exhibitions and workshops. The goal? To discover the creative talents of the future through a series of prestigious competitions: one that showcases the work of young photographers; an accessories prize sponsored by Swarovski; the longstanding Première Vision Grand Prize; and Chanel’s new Métiers d’Art prize, awarded to the best collaboration between a finalist and one of the brand’s 10 métiers d’art ateliers.
For its 34th edition, which ran from 25 to 29 April, the fashion jury was led by Chloé’s creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi. Meanwhile, Craig McDean and Charlotte Chesnais presided over the photography and accessories prize juries, respectively.