DUA LIPA AND BILLY WALSH TO RECEIVE INAUGURAL COLLECTION OF THE YEAR AWARD AT THE 36th ANNUAL FNAAs
Christian Louboutin to Receive Prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, Presented by Idris Elba
WHAT: Footwear News will present the winners of the 36th annual Footwear News
Achievement Awards (FNAAs), the footwear industry’s highest honor. For 36 years, the FNAAs— often called the Shoe Oscars — have celebrated the hit makers, style stars, best brand stories, ardent philanthropists, emerging talents, and industry veterans in footwear.
WHO:The 2022 FNAA winners are:
Lifetime Achievement Award: Christian Louboutin
· Collection of the Year: Puma x Dua Lipa Flutur Drop 2
· Retailer of the Year: Kith
· Designer of the Year: Amina Muaddi
· Shoe of the Year: Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 by Virgil Abloh
· Person of the Year: Dr. D’Wayne Edwards
· Brand of the Year: Jordan Brand
· Collaboration of the Year: Manolo Blahnik for Birkenstock
· Emerging Talent Award: Jessica Rich
· Company of the Year: Skechers USA Inc.
· Hall of Fame: Scott Meden
· Launch of the Year: Lululemon
· Hall of Fame: Diane Sullivan
· Brand of the Year: Merrell
· Sustainability Leadership Award: Puma
· Social Impact Award: Brandice Daniel
WHEN: Wednesday, November 30, 2022
4:30 PM Media Check-In
5:30 – 7:00 PM Red Carpet Arrivals & Cocktails
7:00 – 9:00 PM Dinner & Awards
WHERE: Cipriani South Street
10 South Street
SOCIAL MEDIA: #FNAA2022 @footwearnews
*More announcements on the event and talent forthcoming.*
The event is supported by presenting sponsor Nordstrom.
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