Top international content creation studio The Mill is sponsoring the prestigious Best Commissioner award at this year's UK Music Video Awards 2018.
UK Music Video Awards 2018: i-D sponsoring Best Styling in a Video at the UKMVAs
Leading international fashion magazine and website i-D is partnering with the UK Music Video Awards once again by sponsoring the Best Styling in a Video award at this year's UKMVAs later this month.
This is the fifth year in succession that i-D has come on board to sponsor the award that honours the greatest work in wardrobe and hair and makeup styling in music videos over the past 12 months. Previous winners have included Rihanna's Bitch Better Have My Money (2015), Beyoncé's Formation (2016), and The Blaze's Territory (last year).
Matthew Whitehouse, arts & culture editor at i-D, says: "i-D is proud to support the styling category and celebrate the very best of fashion in film. In this age of media overload, styling has become one of the most important professions in the entertainment industry. Creative gatekeepers to brands eager to connect with celebrities, these days a stylist doesn’t just style. They literally make or break an artist.”
The UK Music Video Awards 2018 takes place at The Roundhouse in London on Thursday October 25th - the nominations for this year's awards are here – and tickets are selling fast to the ceremony and aftershow party. You can book your place for the biggest night of the year for music videos at the UKMVAs website now.
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