CLIO Image announces jury; entries now open to creatives in fashion, beauty, retail + accessories

drama_panel1.jpgThe CLIO Awards, esteemed international advertising, design and communications competition, today announces jury members for its global awards program, CLIO Image, in partnership with WWD.

Honoring creative excellence in fashion, beauty, retail and accessories, the first deadline for submissions is January 30. The annual event will take place on Tuesday, May 5 in New York City.

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The CLIO Image award recognises work that pushes creative boundaries and demonstrates an innovation and evolution for the industry. Grand CLIO Image awards are presented to truly exceptional projects - 2014 winners included Wren's viral "First Kiss" short form film. An Honorary CLIO Image award is presented to someone for a distinguished body of work and creative contributions made to their industry. Last year, Sarah Jessica Parker received the inaugural Honorary CLIO Image award. Finally, the Lifetime Achievement Award celebrates an outstanding career and an individual who has paved the way for new industry talent.

Says Nicole Purcell, executive vice president CLIO Awards: "Launching CLIO Image last year, we recognized the need to salute creatives across the globe working behind-the-scenes in the fashion, beauty, retail and accessories industries.

"With our expert jury pool at the ready, we are already seeing amazing entries and know how strong this year's batch of award winners will be; we're excited for May."

Exemplifying CLIO Image's creative spirit, an elite panel of industry executives serve as this year's jury. All submissions undergo a rigorous review process and are accepted across entry types including fashion, beauty, retail, accessories, media, as well as student category. Listed by medium, judges this year include:

Design, Print & Out of Home:
    • Eran Cohen, Chief Marketing Officer, DVF
    • Patrick Ramsey, Creative Director, AERIN
    • Tim Tareco, VP of Visual Merchandising, Industrial Design, Special Events, MAC
    • Dave Peterson, Creative Director/Owner, PMH
    • Catherine Walsh, Chief Communications Officer, COTY
    • Michael Morelli, VP of Advertising & Group Creative Director, Ralph Lauren
    • Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Fashion Photographers
    • Patti Cohen, EVP Global Marketing & Communications, Donna Karan International
    • Doug Lloyd, Founder & Creative Director, Lloyd & Co.
 
Digital/Social
    • Ginny Chien, Executive Director, Global Consumer Marketing, Smashbox
    • Isabelle Harvie-Watt, CEO &  Country Manager, Havas Media Group Italy
    • Joe Zee, Editor-in-Chief, Yahoo Style
    • Piera Gelardi, Executive Creative Director & Founding Partner, Refinery29
 
Film/Video
    • Melissa Coker, Founder & Creative Director, Wren
    • Joe Feczko, SVP, Integrated Marketing, Macy's
    • Matthew Frost, Director, Iconoclast
    • Giovanni Bianco, Founder & Creative Director, Giovanni Bianco GB65
    • Seth Farbman, Chief Marketing Officer, Gap Inc.
    • Shruti Ganguly, Executive Producer, fictionless
 
Engagement, Integrated Campaign, Partnerships/Sponsorships & PR
    • Dan LaCivita, President, Firstborn
    • Robin Derrick, Executive Creative Director, Spring Studios
    • Sara Rotman, Founder, CEO& CMO, MODCo Group, Inc.
    • Gillian Gorman Round, President, The Lucky Group
    • Susan Duffy, Chief Marketing Officer, Stuart Weitzman

For more information on the 2015 CLIO Image awards, visit clioimage.com.

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