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Home » » Winner: Francisco Costa
Calvin Klein Collection, Fall 2009. Designer: Francisco Costa, Women's Director, Calvin Klein Collection. Photo: Dan Lecca

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The three main criteria for the jury are excellence, innovation, and enhancement of the quality of life. What do you think?

Visitor comments

  1. Francisco Costa is the best. All the hard work that develops in the Calvin Klein is splendid.
    Your imagination is unparalleled. He dresses the woman according to a woman, and not for nothing that deserves this great award.

    — Diego · May 11, 10:28 AM

  2. i am 12 years old and i wish i could be making choths with u guys i am into fashion an i like to draw choths

    — erica goodwin · Jun 18, 11:46 PM

  3. I absolutely love this

    — Arabia Woolfolk · Oct 21, 03:14 PM

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Francisco Costa

Francisco Costa has worked since 2002 as creative director of Calvin Klein Collection for women. Named Womenswear Designer of the Year in 2006 by the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Costa has worked directly with Calvin Klein as well as with other top design houses of Gucci, Balmain Couture and Oscar de la Renta. He worked briefly at Susan Bennett Studio before being recruited by the HE-RO Group as designer of Bill Blass dresses and knits. In 1993, Costa began a five-year collaboration with Oscar de la Renta that included the designer’s signature collection as well as Pierre Balmain haute couture, prêt-a-porter luxe and the launch of Oscar de la Renta Pink Label. Tom Ford recruited Costa in 1998 to join his Gucci design studio, where Costa was a senior designer concentrating on eveningwear including custom designs for select clients and celebrities.