Held in London at the Corinthia Hotel last night, the Scottish Fashion Awards marked the organisation's 10th anniversary. Christopher Kane, Pringle of Scotland, Topman and more were among the bigger winners...

Kane was honoured with the coveted 'Scottish Designer of the Year' award, whilst Hunter was awarded the 'Scottish Accessory Designer of the Year'. High street giant, Topman took home the 'International Designer of the Year' award for its Autumn/Winter 15 collection, which incorporated tartan prints.

Massimo Nicosia and Katy Wallace of Pringle of Scotland were bestowed with the 'Founders Award', honouring Scottish heritage and design. The fashion house's anniversary campaign featured Scots including Stella Tennant and was shot by Scottish photographer Albert Watson.

“Our aim was to highlight Scotland’s contribution to the wider U.K. and international fashion industry and I think this evening’s nominees do just that,” founder Tessa Hartmann told WWD. “We’re so proud that over the last 10 years this event has become a benchmark of success for the Scottish fashion industry. Long may it flourish and grow along with the incredible talent that it aims to represent.”