The fourth annual Scottish Fashion Awards went off with a glamorous bang last night at a star-studded event at Stirling Castle.
Graeme Black scooped the top award and was crowned Scottish Designer of the Year in the face of stiff competition from the likes of Christopher Kane and Jonathan Saunders.
The event celebrates the best of Scottish fashion talent from designers and stylists to models and fashion writers, and was judged by an elite panel including supermodel Kirsty Hume.
Cult designer Pam Hogg (pictured) was inducted into the Scottish Fashion Awards Hall of Fame and was accompanied by her old pal and queen of punk Siouxie Sioux as she went to collect the honour.
Guests including Jade Parfitt and Lisa Butcher were treated to a champagne reception and a catwalk spectacular before dancing the night away at an exclusive after-party.
By Anna Goumal