Harris Tweed Hebrides’ Creative Director Mark Hogarth was named Scotland’s most stylish male at last week’s Scottish Style Awards in Glasgow.
Mr Hogarth beat off competition from tennis star Andy Murray and actor Adam Sinclair to win the award.
Describing his style, the judges said: “With the world’s most iconic yarns at his disposal and a raft of international Harris Tweed fashion collaborations to his credit including Alexander McQueen, Dries van Noten and Topman, Hogarth never fails to display exceptional personal style.”
The awards in association with Moet & Chandon were attended by many famous faces from film and TV and also many fashion designers.
The event featured a runway show showcasing international labels from Gucci to Chanel to Vivienne Westwood which paid homage to the 30th anniversary of the Scottish-founded designer retailer Cruise.
The award for most stylish female went to Scottish supermodel Amanda Hendrick.