PARIS - With a unisex collection inspired by film noir characters all wearing giant wigs, Latvian duo Marite Mastina and Rolands Peterkops swept two of the main prizes at the 24th International Festival of Fashion and Photography, held in Hyères in the south of France over the weekend.
The jury, presided by Belgian designer Kris Van Assche, alongside film director Zoe Cassavetes and photographer Nan Goldin, picked the two designers from among nine other competitors during the three-day event, which in the past has catapulted such designers including Viktor & Rolf on to the international stage.
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