By  on February 6, 2019

PARIS — French fashion prize ANDAM is celebrating its 30th anniversary by going back to its roots and tapping Martin Margiela, the winner of its inaugural award in 1989, to sit on the jury of this year’s edition.

In a statement, Margiela recalled that Nathalie Dufour had decided to found the prize for young designers after seeing a waistcoat made of broken plates in his second collection, shown in March 1989. The prize money helped him to launch his Artisanal collection, made with recycled materials.

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