"I welcome this opportunity to help invigorate the brand with new ideas, while also focusing on instilling a sense of social purpose into our work," he said.
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In his own words, the Pyer Moss designer details being "gaslighted" and "used" by 'Business of Fashion.'
For the final installment of Kerby Jean-Raymond's "American, Also" series, the designer took inspiration from Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Celebrities, designers and models lived it up in pastel leather, metallic jewel tones, grand ball gowns and shimmery sheath dresses.
The Brooklyn-native's designs were most recently seen on Kerby Jean-Raymond and Lena Waithe at the 2019 camp-themed event.
The Pyer Moss founder was presented with Pratt's 'Visionary Award' by the legendary Dapper Dan at the school's "Really Good" fashion show.
The winners will be announced on June 3 and the ceremony will return to Brooklyn Museum.
With Jonathan Cohen and Emily Adams Bode named as the runners up.
Plus, Y/Project will show its Fall 2019 menswear collection at Pitti Uomo next year.
The designer made his triumphant return to the runway for Fall 2018 — complete with a Reebok collaboration — marking a whole new beginning for his company.