Pam Hogg was inducted into the Scottish Fashion Awards Hall of Fame last night.
The designer – who is best known for her outrageous 80s fashion collections, which featured catsuits and metallic leggings – was praised by a host of celebrities for her dedication to the fashion industry.
Pam was joined onstage by punk musician Siouxie Sioux, while Blondie star and style icon Debbie Harry paid tribute through a video message.
The Scottish designer – who has dressed Kylie Minogue, Roisin Murphy and Rihanna – announced her return to fashion last year and has since received rave reviews for the Autumn/Winter 09 collection of her new label Hogg Couture.
Meanwhile, newcomer Graeme Black scooped the top prize of Scottish Designer of the Year.
Editor of Vogue.com and award judge Dolly Jones said: “Despite the incredible talent of his competition, it was a pleasure to see Graeme win. His is a classic style infused with modern details, often inspired by his Scottish heritage, so it seems fitting that he should take this year’s prize.”
The judging panel at the Catwalk Caledonia event at Stirling Castle included supermodel Kirsty Hume, Swarovski crystal‘s creative director Nathalie Colin and Vogue’s Kate Phelan.
Scottish Fashion Awards 2009 winners list:
Scottish Designer of the Year – Graeme Black
Scottish Model of the Year – Gillian Cook
Scotland’s New Face 2009 – Christina Chalk
Scottish Young Designer of the Year – Holly Fulton
Scottish Textile Brand of the Year – Harris Tweed
Scottish Communicator of the Year – Nick Ede
Scottish Fashion Awards Fashion Icon – Jenni Falconer
Scottish Retailer of the Year – Ulitmo
Scottish Accessory Designer of the Year – Joyce Paton
Best Use of Scottish Fabric (by an international designer) – Paul Smith
Scottish Fashion Awards Hall of Fame induction – Pam Hogg