The Scottish Style Awards in association with Moët & Chandon take place amid the breathtaking grandeur of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow on the evening of Saturday 9th November, 2013.
Established as the nation’s foremost celebration of creative endeavour, the Scottish Style Awards salute inspirational individuals and enterprises that enrich society through their distinguished activities in fashion, music, the arts, stage, screen, sport and popular culture.
This year's spectacular ceremony, before a celebrity-studded VIP audience, will begin with a soundtrack of popping corks at a glittering Moët & Chandon reception. Chambord, the iconic French Black Raspberry Liqueur, will also present a French Martini serve, after which a gala dinner will follow. The Awards, spanning thirteen prestigious categories, commence in a suitably stylish fashion thereafter.
The nation’s leading names in fashion will feature in the much anticipated Designer of the Year runway show, with the coveted awards for Womenswear Designer of the Year and Menswear Designer of the Year accorded immediately after.
Categories, assessed by a panel of illustrious judges, range from Scotland's Most Stylish Male, Female and Band or Musician to Breakthrough Star of the Year. Headline accolade Tastemaker of the Year salutes those Scots whose creative endeavours impact on our cultural life and define or redefine our understanding of style and creativity. The ceremony culminates in two major acknowledgments: Special Achievement, accorded this year to a Scottish company whose creative impact places them globally at the very top, and Outstanding Contribution, the finale award honouring an individual or enterprise that has made an outstanding and enduring contribution to Scottish style.
Scotland's Most Stylish Retailer is named too along with the cream of the hospitality industry via the Most Stylish Bar, Restaurant, Hotel and Entertainment Venue.
In every respect, the Scottish Style Awards 2013 will be the most stylish night of the year.