Woolmark announce the judges line-up (Photo:blue prom dresses uk)

The list includes some famous faces.

Ahead of the global final held in Paris on January 23, The Woolmark Company has announced who will be judging the 2016/17 International Woolmark Prize for both menswear and womenswear.

The panel for the womenswear prize is not only catching fashion's most loyal followers eyes but also fans of '90s pop culture with Victoria Beckhammaking her debut appearance on the list.

Other notable fashion insiders joining the singer-cum-designer include Christiane Arp, the editor in chief of Vogue Germany; Anita Barr, the Group Fashion Buying Director, Harvey Nichols; Damian Burke, the General Manager Womenswear, David Jones and singer-songwriter Lou Doillon.

Rounding out the panel are Miroslava Duma, Founder, Buro 24/7; Joanna Gunn, Chief Brand Officer, Lane Crawford; Bouchra Jarrar, Creative Director, Lanvin; Suzanne Koller, Contributing Editor, Vogue Paris; Dame Natalie Massenet, DBE, Chairman, British Fashion Council; Stuart McCullough, Managing Director, the Woolmark Company; Virginie Mouzat, Fashion and Lifestyle Editor in Chief, Vanity Fair; Suzanne Timmins, Senior Vice President and Fashion Director, Hudson’s Bay Company; Lena Jabbour Matta, Co-Founder and CoCEO, Boutique 1 Group; Elizabeth Von Guttman, Founder, System Magazine.

Iconic Australian label Macgraw will represent Australia in the womenswear category going head-to-head with Faustine Steinmetz for the British Isles, Tim Labenda for Europe, Nachiket Barve for India, Pakistan & the Middle East, Gabriela Hearst for the United States of America and TOTON representing Asia.Read more at:prom dresses uk