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Image Gallery: Burberry and Mulberry scoop Walpole Awards

Luxury fashion brands Burberry and Mulberry took two of the top prizes at last night’s Walpole Awards.

More than 500 people from the luxury industry, and a smattering of celebrity names, attended the awards at Banqueting House, Whitehall.

Mulberry picked up the best British Luxury Brand award, fighting off competition from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Harrods and Stella McCartney.

Burberry won best British luxury brand online, beating Aston Martin, Jimmy Choo, Orlebar Brown and Tiffany & Co.

Swimwear brand Orlebar Brown won best emerging British luxury brand, fending off Monica Vinader, Mr. Hare, Roksanda Ilincic and Zoe Jordan.

Olympic rower Katherine Grainger and Paralympic sprinter Jonnie Peacock were awarded the Medal of Excellence.

Walpole chief executive Julia Carrick said: “This year’s Walpole award winners represent some of the most talented organisations from across the luxury industry and we are delighted to recognise their exceptional achievements.”

Full list of winners

British Luxury Brand - Mulberry

Emerging British Luxury Brand - Orlebar Brown

International Luxury Brand - Ferrari

British Luxury Design Talent - Gerry McGovern for Range Rover and Land Rover

British Cultural Excellence - Royal Academy of Arts

British Luxury Brand Online - Burberry

British Luxury Brand Overseas - Jaguar

Best Luxury Service - Brown’s Hotel

Best Luxury Craftsmanship - Theo Fennell

Corporate Social Responsibility - IWC Schaffhausen

 

 

 

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