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Drapers Footwear Awards winners revealed

Former Clarks chief executive Peter Bolliger picked up the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Drapers Footwear Awards 2011 last night at London’s Grosvenor House.

The footwear industry gathered together to see independents, multiples and brands specialists awarded for their performance over the past year.

Selfridges won the Best Footwear Offer in a Fashion Multiple award and Spice London picked up the prize for Independent Retailer of the Year.

Brand of the Year went to Fitflop and Etailer of the Year was won by Cloggs.

See the full list of winners below:


Best new store

Winner: Commonn, Northampton


Best Footwear Offer in a Fashion Multiple

Winner: Selfridges

Highly Commended: Marks & Spencer


Brand of the Year

Winner: Fitflop


Comfort Footwear Retailer

Winner: Footwise, Kensington, London

Highly Commended: The Footings, Worthing, West Sussex


Family Footwear Retailer

Winner: McKillens of Ballymena, County Antrim, Northern Ireland


Independent Footwear Retailer

Winner: Spice London, London

Highly Commended: Strolling 4 Shoes, Keswick Cumbria


Footwear Etailer of the Year

Winner: Cloggs

Highly Commended: Clarks


Kids Footwear Retailer of the Year

Winner: Shooligans, Harrogate

Highly Commended: Doogies, Marlow, Buckinghamshire


Student Footwear Designer

Winner: Meghna Kapoor, Isil Kusoglu, Fotini Pierroutsakou, Ulku Caglayan, London College of Fashion

Readers' comments (2)

  • Nigel Carr

    Well Done Damian and all at Cloggs for winning best Footwear Etailer!


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  • Thanks Nigel! We're over the moon : )

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