Winners 2018

The Exhibition | 21 November 2019

Winners 2018

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Winner: The Shop at Bluebird

Category: Best Store Design under 50,000 sq ft

Judges said this beautifully designed store uses the building’s historic elements to display product in a striking way and enhance the shopping experience in a stunning environment.

Winner: John Lewis

Category: Best Store Design over 50,000 sq ft

Judges praised this retailer’s thoughtful blend of product and customer experience, making it a great lifestyle store.

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Winner: Zalando

Highly Commended: Lipsy

Category: Best Place to Work

Judges praised this retailer’s ability to retain its company ethos despite its size, encouraging an entrepreneurial spirit, new ideas and giving multiple opportunities to learn new skills.

Winner: Miss Pap

Category: Best Fashion Marketing Campaign

This relatively small brand has managed to create a clever, unique campaign at very little cost, demonstrating a clear understanding of their customer. Judges said the results are seriously impressive.

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Winner: Primark

Category: Best Use of Influencer Marketing

Judges said this impressive campaign was innovative and seamlessly executed, extending its product offer in an aspirational way to its customer base.

Winner: Fashion Concierge

Category: Best Innovation in Fashion Retail

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Winner: Barbour

Category: Mainstream Brand of the Year

Judges praised this brand’s ability to transform into a multi-category brand with a clear commercial offer, quality products and impressive year on year growth.

Winner: Gym King

Category: Young Fashion Brand of the Year

This brand has a clear strategic focus on their customer, great product and strong financials. Judges said the figures simply speak for themselves.

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Winner: Rixo

Category: Premium Brand of the Year

This brand has found a gap in the market for vintage inspired pieces at accessible price points. Judges said it has really hit a sweet spot.

Winner: Knomo

Highly Commended: SkinnyDip

Category: Accessories Brand of the Year

Judges praised this brand’s thoughtful, functional product and said its interesting collaborations really make it stand out from the crowd.

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Winner: Bluebella

Highly Commended: Spanx

Category: Lingerie Brand of the Year

This brand has grown its customer base exceptionally over the past 12 months with a focus across social media and stores resulting in impressive sales growth.

Winner: TCA Showroom

Category: Agency/Distributor of the Year

This agency offers a range of facilities to deliver a stand out service and make sure they are where the customer is, at all times. Judges said its impressive testimonials tell a really compelling story, making it a clear winner.

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Winner: Carmel Clothing

Category: Fashion Supplier of the Year

Judges said this winner is consistently successful in a tough market and has impressive UK growth.

Winner: Carol Kane and Mahmud Kamani, Co-Founders, Boohoo

Category: Fashion Leader of the Year

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Winner: H&M

Category: Sustainability award

This retailer’s sustainability strategy is fully embedded into the business and it has kept up every aspect of it despite tough trading conditions. Judges said it had to be recognised for delivering great progress against ambitious targets in its sector.

Winner: Kilver Court

Category: Shopping Centre of the Year

This centre has developed a customer centric proposition with a local offer for local customers. Judges said it is an inspirational place to shop with a great range of catering options to draw the customers in.

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Winner: Quiz Clothing

Category: International Fashion Retailer of the Year

Judges said this business has grown internationally at an impressive pace in a short space of time.

Winner: Marks & Spencer

Category: Retail Consumer Choice

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Winner: Jojo Maman Bebe

Category: Fashion Retail Business of the Year (between £30m and £100m)

Judges said this is an impressive business on so many fronts, putting its customers and its people at the heart of everything they do.

Winner: Joules

Category: Fashion Retail Business of the Year (between £101m and £500m)

Judges praised this retailer’s impressive growth and creative approach in a tough sector of the market.

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Winner: Primark

Category: Fashion Retail Business of the Year (over £500m)

This retailer has excellent stores, a clear marketing strategy and a product offering that is perfect for its customer base. Judges said it is simply spot on.

Winner: Sir Stuart Rose

Category: Lifetime Achievement

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