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Scotland's most stylish

High street chain Topshop, indie boutique Brazen and designer Amiee McWilliams, have won accolades at the Scottish Style Awards.

For the first time there was a week of fashion shows prior to the event, which awarded Best Designer to Amiee McWilliams.

McWilliams has already worked with fashion leading lights including Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney, while The Rolling Stones and Oasis are said to have worn her clothes on tour.

Topshop won the award for best high street shop, with Brazen winning the prize for best boutique.

Octogenarian textile designer Bernat Klein walked away with the award for outstanding contribution to Scottish style. Klein is known for his work with cutting edge tweed design in the 60s and 70s.

The girl who first kissed Harry Potter, actress Katie Leung, and the actor who played the faun in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, James McAvoy, took home the award for Best Female and Best Male at the event.

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