Designers Phoebe Philo and Kerby Jean-Raymond also signed up to help choose the 2021 winner.
The collection is made up of five genderless pieces.
Guillaume de Seynes, Jean-François Palus and Sidney Toledano of LVMH join 10 representatives from public and private sectors.
The independent designers are carving out space for sustainable fashion — keeping it stimulating and taking it online.
Christelle Kocher’s fall collection was the first since her Koché label joined forces with Renzo Rosso’s fashion group OTB, and it showed.
The French designer is leveraging her Italian connections to propel her Koché label into a new phase of expansion.
The collection will bow for fall 2020 and include all product categories, including ready-to-wear, footwear, handbags and small leather goods, for women and men.
Winners of past editions joined founder Nathalie Dufour to celebrate the prize’s 30th anniversary at the French Ministry of Culture.