The final presentation of Fashion School in Metzingen, recently took place at the Audi Center in Reutlingen, Germany. The promising collections presented by the award winners at the function, were made possible with Stoll’s world-renowned innovation and technology. Stoll is a manufacturer of flat knitting machinery, which recently had great success at ITMA.

The model of Lea Stach Du Ich reached an outstanding 2nd place out of 16 competitors. The dress was knitted by Stoll’s trainees off the ADF 530-32 W in gauge E 72. Additionally, third place was awarded to Sara Jasmin Rohlfs for her topic, ‘future being’ – for which Stoll’s SC department knitted the arm protectors off the same ADF 530-32 W in gauge E 72, said Stoll in a report.

The 5-member, high-profile jury consisted of: Anna Eichmann, Ferdinand Hauber GmbH, René Lang, Association of German Fashion and Textile Designers, Walter Wählt, adidas, Richard Gihr, Marc Cain and Emanuel Seeburger, Bazlen.