The annual Scottish Fashion Awards 2014 kicked off the global fashion season (countdown to New York Fashion Week? Two days!) with a gala party at London's Northumberland Avenue Monday night, hosted by Laura Whitmore with a surprise acoustic set from newly confirmed Strictly contestant Pixie Lott.
The singer looked stylish in a two-tone colour-blocked pencil dress with a ruched pale blue satin top and white skirt (showing just a hint of toned tummy), teamed with holographic heels, as she attended the event with dapper-looking boyfriend Oliver Cheshire.
Big winners of the night - MyDaily editor Sara McCorquodale was shortlisted for the Scottish Communicator of the Year award - included Dame Vivienne Westwood, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame for her loyalty to Scottish textiles and fabrics, Christopher Kane, who was named Scottish Designer of the Year and singer Amy Macdonald, who took home the prize for Scottish Fashion Icon.
Simone Rocha was named International Designer of the Year, 16-year-old Burberry model Jean Campbell was crowned Scottish Model of the Year and Hayley Scanlan won the Scottish Young Designer of the Year mantle.
Male model David Gandy (who made a tartan blazer look ridiculously appealing), took home the Founders Award for his support of Scottish and British fashion over the years.
Click through the slideshow below for more photos from the Scottish Fashion Awards 2014...