Designers assemble at the Scottish Fashion Awards
Hall of Fame
The fashion designer and icon, 73, who has influenced clothing design since the mid-70s, was honoured on Monday for making an immense contribution to Scottish fashion and industry.
Following in the footsteps of previous Scottish honourees such as supermodel Stella Tennant and photographer Rankin, the awards' founder, Tessa Hartmann, said that Vivienne Westwood had shown an "undeterred loyalty and unparalleled love and passion for Scottish textiles and fabrics."
Among those attending the stylish awards were designers Christopher Kane - who received the Scottish Designer of the Year award - and Holly Fulton, as well as pop star Pixie Lott and Scottish TV presenter Jenni Falconer.
Hayley Scanlan was named Young Scottish Designer of the Year for the second time, as the International Designer title was taken by Simone Rocha. Model David Gandy was also given the prestigious Founders Awards for his support of Scottish and British fashion over the last nine years.