Last night, Scotland’s best in fashion had their time to shine at the annual Scottish Fashion Awards. The cream of the fashion crop was honored at the ceremony last night, with Christopher Kane taking home the big prize, being crowned Designer of the Year. Of course, Kane wasn’t the only one to win big last night at the so-called “Scotland’s Fashion Oscars.”
Topman recieved the International Designer of the Year prize for its Fall 2015 collection. Viva London’s Misha Hart, whom you might recognize from the Louis Vuitton, Giles and Burberry runways (and many more, of course), nabbed the honor for Model of the Year. U.K. pop band The Vamps’ Connor Ball took home the Fashion Icon trophy, the only award voted on by the public. Pringle of Scotland’s Massimo Nicosia and Katy Wallace got the Founder’s Award. Hunter Boots walked away with the prize for Accessory Designer of the Year and Barrie Knitwear is the Scottish Textile Brand/ Manufacturer of the Year.
You can check out the full list of winners over at the Scottish Fashion Awards website.