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The British Fashion Council's 2017 Fashion Awards Nominees Are Here

The big event will be held on December 4 at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Karlie Kloss at The Fashion Awards 2016 at Royal Albert Hall on December 5, 2016 in London. Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

Karlie Kloss at The Fashion Awards 2016 at Royal Albert Hall on December 5, 2016 in London. Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

The British Fashion Council's Fashion Awards — which was the subject of a major international overhaul last fall — is coming back to London's Royal Albert Hall on December 4, and right on schedule, the nominees are officially in. 

As announced by the BFC on Monday, 2,000 members across the fashion industry in fields ranging from media to retail (and throughout 38 countries, to boot) cast their votes for this year's swath of honorees. 

While the roster of nominations contain the usual suspects — we're talking Alessandro Michele, Demna Gvasalia and Raf Simons, among others — there's also a fleet of newcomers, too. Kaia Gerber, who only completed her first runway season earlier this month, received a nod for Model of the Year alongside Adwoa Aboah, Winnie Harlow and the sisters Hadid; elsewhere, Fenty Puma by Rihanna and Supreme both received first-time nominations in the Urban Luxe Brand category opposite Gosha Rubchinskiy, Off-White and Vetements. The British talent resonates throughout the list, too, featuring such familiar names as Sarah Burton, Christopher Kane, Erdem Moralioglu, Jonathan Anderson and Roksanda Ilincic being nominated for British Designer of the Year, for womenswear.

Read on for the full list of Fashion Awards 2017 nominees, and stay tuned for the big event kicking off on December 4.

Model of the Year: Adwoa Aboah, Bella Hadid, Gigi Hadid, Kaia Gerber and Winnie Harlow

Urban Luxe Brand: Fenty Puma by Rihanna, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Off-White, Supreme and Vetements

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