The UK & Scottish Interiors & Fashion Industry turned out in force for Scotland Re:Design’s 2017 Private View, Runway & Awards on Thursday 9th November at SWG3 in Glasgow.
Attendees included over 300 media and industry leaders, including over fifty Scottish designers and makers of repute exhibiting within the programme, plus international designers such as Clements Ribeiro and industry leaders Hilary Alexander OBE, Gemma Hare of Harvey Nichols, Martyn Roberts Managing Director at Graduate Fashion Week & Fashion Scout, Holly Fulton, Sarah Murray of Jane Davidson, & Edinburgh’s Kestin Hare. Hosting a sparking award runway & award ceremony plus the biggest step-and-repeat affair of the year, Scotland Re:Design recognised excellence in the realm of fashion, textiles, art and interior design.
Glasgow’s own Model Team including Connor Newall and his newly signed brother Andrew dawned the runway in dynamically sculpted hair by Rainbow Room International and daring beauty looks provided by the team at The Academy of Make Up. The runway featured exaggerated pom-pom crochet’s, heritage Paisley knitwear from Pringle of Scotland, Hawick Knitwear collaborations, and oversized 3D printed jewellery from Lynne MacLachlan.
The runway was followed by Scotland Re:Design’s prestigious awards ceremony hosted by musician Helen Marnie. The awards are an intrinsic part of SRD:s event programme that has seen Scottish design taken to New York, Chicago and most recently, Hong Kong. Considered one of the most influential accolades in the Scottish design world, the awards provide the deserving winners with the recognition they deserve.