Celine creative director Phoebe Philo is among those to be recognised on the New Year’s Honours List.
Philo has been awarded an OBE, or an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, for her services to fashion. Philo, who joined Celine from Chloe in 2008, has previously been credited with transforming the French label into one of the most influential I the industry today.
Julia Carrick, former chief executive of Walpole and now a global ambassador for the luxury trade body, has been given an OBE for her services to the British luxury goods industry.
Bradford Textile Society director Paul Whitaker has also been given an OBE for his services to the textile industry.
Textile designer and print tutor at Central Saint Martins Natalie Gibson has too been recognised for her services to the fashion and textile industry with an MBE.
Keith Musto, founder of the Musto clothing brand, has been made an OBE for his services to the economy.
Alison Carnwath, chairman of property firm Land Securities, has been made a Dame of the British Empire for her services to business.
An OBE has also been awarded to David Shaw, head of the Regent Street portfolio of The Crown Estate, for services to the retail industry and for his voluntary service.
Pat McGrath, the celebrated make-up artist, has been made an MBE for her services to the fashion and beauty industries.
A British Empire Medal goes to Anne Phillips, manager of the Peacocks Restaurant within the independent department store, McEwen’s of Perth, for her services to business and tourism in Perthshire.