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Drapers Footwear Awards winners announced

Designer Terry de Havilland picked up the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Drapers Footwear Awards 2010 last night at London’s Grosvenor House.

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

Schuh won the Multiple Retailer of the Year award and Pam Jenkins in Edinburgh picked up Independent Retailer of the Year.

Brand of the Year went to Ugg Australia and etailer of the year was won by Schuh.

See the full list of winners below:


Independent Retailer

Winner: Pam Jenkins, Edinburgh

Highly Commended: Robert Carder Shoes, Surrey


Multiple Retailer of the Year

Winner: Schuh


Best Footwear Offer in a Fashion Multiple

Winner:River Island


Best New Store

Winner: Cloggs, Birmingham


Comfort Footwear Retailer

Winner: Footwise


Family Footwear Retailer

Winner: The Golden Boot, Maidstone


Buyer of the Year

Winner: Helen Povey, Office


Brand of the Year

Winner: Ugg Australia

Highly Commended: Fitflop


Etailer of the Year



Kids’ Footwear Retailer of the Year

Winner: Donaghys


Store Manager of the Year

Winner: Joy Davies, Shoe Zone, Rhyl

Highly commended: Lee Geraci, Clarks, Marble Arch


Student Designer of the Year

Winner: Chloe Stanyon

Lifetime Achievement Award

Winner: Terry de Havilland, designer

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