Coty Award - Recipients of The Award - 1980-1984

1980-1984

  • 1980
Winnie
Michaele Vollbracht
Special Awards
Jeffrey Aronoff (handwoven fabrics)
Stewart Richer for Reminiscence (retailers)
Menswear Award
Jhane Barnes
Menswear Special Award
Ron Chereskin
  • 1981
After Beene, Klein and Lauren all rejected their awards, it was decided that all nominees would receive awards.
Winnies
Calvin Klein
Perry Ellis
Geoffrey Beene
Special Awards
Barry Kieselstein-Cord (jewellery)
Alex Mate & Lee Brooks (jewellery)
Fernando Sánchez
Fabrice Simon (beaded evening wear)
Hot Sox (hosiery)
Robert Lee Morris (jewellery)
Laura Pearson at Tijuca (knitwear)
Menswear Award
Jhane Barnes
Alexander Julian
Ralph Lauren
Menswear Special Awards
Andrew Fezza
Nancy Knox
Robert Lighton
  • 1982
Winnie
Adri
Return Awards
Norma Kamali
Donna Karan & Louis Dell'Olio (of Anne Klein)
Special Awards
Susan Bennis & Warren Edwards (shoes)
Jay Lord Hatters
Patricia Underwood (millinery)
Ted Muehling (jewellery)
Jackson Allen & Tim Veness
Special Award Citation
Geoffrey Beene (fifth Coty Award citation)
Menswear Award
Jeff Banks
Menswear Return Award
Sal Cesarani
Menswear Special Award
Robert Comstock
  • 1983
Winnie
Willi Smith
Hall of Fame Award
Norma Kamali
Special Award Citations
Perry Ellis (womenswear)
Bill Blass
Alexander Julian
Carlos Falchi (handbags)
Susan Horton
Selma, John & Barbara Weiser of Charivari (retail store)
Menswear Award
Alan Flusser
Menswear Return Award
Perry Ellis
  • 1984
Winnie
Adrienne Vittadini
Hall of Fame Award
Donna Karan & Louis Dell'Olio (of Anne Klein)
Special Awards
Milena Canonero
Robin Kahn (jewellery)
Barry Kieselstein-Cord (jewellery)
Michelle & Janis Savitt (jewellery)
Menswear
Andrew Fezza
Hall of Fame Award (Menswear)
Perry Ellis
Menswear Return Award
Jhane Barnes

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